#introductions As my bio says, I am an economist by education, IT engineer by trade and still lamenting that I didn't study physics instead. Currently working at a technomagickal makerspace on acid. Building the platforms and systems where others develop software for detector arrays and crunch the numbers that come out of the experiments at CERN and elsewhere. Sometimes I feel like I'm doing the most boring part of the work :)
@qcat Hi welcome :)
@bstacey Hi there. I am still trying to figure this out
@qcat So are we all, in a lot of ways. :-)
@bstacey Like how do I even see the messages I sent? Sorry if I enter into this with questions right away.
@qcat Your posts and your replies to others should appear in your "Home" timeline, the second-from-the-left column in the website.
@bstacey Cheers. I figured it out as well in the meantime.
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