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Have you noticed all those faceless robots popping up on our new Social Network? If you're one of them, consider personalizing your profile with a photo that represents you.

 

So far my favorite profile photo is Panama Jimmy's. Those very erect hairs look like they are amped up on steroids and minoxidil 105% solution. Sure beats looking at rows and rows of faceless robots :-):eek:

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Pat,

 

Panama Jimmy's avatar (or personal photo) is great! Also, I agree that members should look into personalizing their profile with a unique, interesting image!!!


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Don't be shy guys! Customize your profile and change your default face to your own face :-). Or for those who are truly camera shy, upload your favorite photo that you feel represents you :-).

 

Best wishes,

 

Bill

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Pat,

Great idea and i like the format of what you have done.It will just take a little time for me to work it all out.To all those who keep inviting me as a friend, i promise i am not ignoring you.It's just that i am a little slow with navigating it all out.

Mick


Patient coordinator for Dr. Bessam Farjo who is an esteemed member of the Coalition of Independent Hair Restoration Physicians

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Mick,

 

Don't hesitate to let us know if you need any help. I think it's time that you share your mug with the world by updating your profile picture :-)

 

Bill


The Hair Restoration Social Network Admin

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I concur Mick - initially its a little info overload - but with a little time it all starts to make sense. The new site is certainly growing on me.:)

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Spex and Mick,

 

No doubt there's a lot to chew on and digest when you're trying to get acclimated to a new system. However, like you, I'm really starting to love this new community and all its features, especially now that we've finely tuned everything. Of course, there are always more ehancements and fine tuning to come. We're still working with the programmers on a few isolated bugs and enhancements.

 

I'm glad you're enjoying the new community :-)

 

Bill

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I like the look of the new site I have uploaded my photo so I am not a default face.Going to spend some time looking around to see what else has changed


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