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Erik Kalviainen is one of the founders of ProductWiki. He is obsessed with A/V equipment (especially receivers and speakers), but lacks a good setup at the moment. He's really into the modding, and life hacks, with the best example being the Xbox softmod tutorial he wrote.
Omar Ismail is another one of the founders of ProductWiki.He is obsessed with video games, and likes to play Xbox 360 in his spare time. He's also a big technology nut, so he's also interested in televisions (mainly HD sets), computers, and high-end cell phones none of which he can really afford.
Amanie is another one of the ProductWiki founders. She is really into girly things like dresses, handbags and shoes, but works from a very casual office so doesn't have much need for anything other than jeans, a backpack and runners.
Dialupinternetuser, also known as dialup or duiu, has been a member of ProductWiki since September 2006, when he came across the article How to go from Xbox to Xbox Media Center in 30 Minutes, through a reference in Popular Science. Dialup is also in to emulating the Nintendo64, and is not a fan of Microsoft except for the Xbox. He does not like Sony's game system's.
Silence Omo7 here, or just silence for short. I've been a member since September '06 after I came across Omar's article Why the Wii Won't Sell. I am completely obsessed with music, and spend most of my time listening to music, collecting CD's, and playing the drums. I also have a soft spot for Psycology, the outdoors, and video games.
I am one of the original ProductWiki users and I like to try and share the things I purchase and other cool stuff as I come across it. I believe in simple pleasures and the Yeti.
I am a Technology enthusiast.
I found this site in the middle of working on my English term paper, which was, incidentally, about the need of such a site. Following my titanic ego, I joined up, and started contributing, I especially enjoy writing the cell phone articles, and deleting shills. It's all, shazam! And their comments never existed.
I'm a geek on a budget. Found this site and thought it was the greatest thing since sliced bread (or a bread slicer if you are picky). I lend a hand when I can and try my best to produce articles that help to inform about the product. Someone poked me with a sharp stick to post this - No really it was sharp! Community projects like this one really get my support and I'm glad to be here.
I came across this site seeking reviews on a motherboards. I joined and ended up contributing. I enjoy writing reviews on everything I use in my life. I like diversity.