Where did you get the name for the site?
When I began searching for a name for this site I wanted a ".com" address. I started thinking of things and nothing seemed to fit. Then I came up with the name "TweakHound"
What exactly is a TweakHound?
Since I made it up, I get to define it.
tweak - to change slightly, esp. in order to make something more effective or correct
hound - One who eagerly pursues something.
So we get...
TweakHound - n , English-American (twi:k-haund)
1 - A subspecies of homo sapien caught frequently using and tweaking computers. Often sighted banging head against wall after conversations with other humans.
2 - One who is never satisfied with the efficiency of a computer.
syn. geek, nerd
Chances are, if you made your way here, you're a TweakHound too!
What this site is:
A computer enthusiast site.
This site is just a hobby of mine and I've managed to help some people along the way. I've no dreams of becoming the next big tech portal. I do this because it's fun. When it ceases to be, I'll shut the doors. When an idea strikes me I write about something. If I buy a computer part that I feel someone may be interested in, or that I have a different take on, I write about it. When I see a news item of interest, I post it. Pretty simple really.
What this site isn't:
A "hardware" site. A "review" site. A free tech support service. By using the links on this site, search engines, and forums, you can find the answers to just about everything.
To the hundreds of thousands of different people who have found there way here, thanks for stopping by!
To those who don't like the site...goodbye!
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