Date: Tues, 19 Jun 2007 21:36:48 -0700
To: Langkamer I.T.
Subject: Goldstream Cycles testimonial
From: Grant

     I use to hate computers because they always had problems. Then I
started using Langkamer I.T. I no longer hate my computer because
Ruairi fixes it right, so a lot less things go wrong.

~ Grant, Owner of Goldstream Cycles

Date: Fri, 1 Jun 2007 20:24:33 -0700
To: Langkamer I.T.
Subject: testimonial
From: Connie

     Ruairi Langkamer is a guide who walks beside me. He tutors at a
speed that works for me, supporting my learning and increasing my
knowledge. In carrying out projects, he shares as little or as much as I
want to know about how his expertise is used on my behalf. I appreciate
his respectful style and benefit from his effective results.

~ Connie, PhD

Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 08:34:42 -0700
To: Langkamer I.T.
Subject: wow
From: Karen

     I don't believe it. The whole computer works for the first time
since it's major melt down over a year ago. First I took it to
"Delta Tech Inc" on Quarry, who told me I needed a new motherboard
and cd burner, and never got my A: drive to work (they said I needed a
new one, but the wires where only in backwards?!). Then it went to
"Snickers PCs" after reformatting 2 months ago, and they couldn't get the
scanner to work, but did try to charge me for getting my dial-up modem
going (changed his mind after showing him on HIS work order that
stated I have a shaw highspeed connection).
     "John Doe" at "Snickers PCs" also told me I needed a new cable for
the scanner which is why it wouldn't work.
     And now everything works and runs smoothly, even the scanner.
So either you are a genius, or there are a lot of techies working out
there in these computer stores who have little or no clue; or both!
I think their first priority is to sell you new stuff instead of fixing
what you got.
     Many thanks and feel free to use this endorsement!

~ Karen

* names and places changed to shelter those easily hurt

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