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Say Welcome back to James Falconer, our new Mobile Nations Community Manager!


Clean James... click here for a current photo of James' dirty Movember 'stache.

On a day when our Mobile Nations family of sites surpassed the 10 Million Monthly Readers milestone, it gives me great pleasure to re-welcome James Falconer to the Mobile Nations team in the role of Community Manager.

Longtime readers may remember James, as he was one of CrackBerry's co-founders and a regular voice on the site and force behind the scenes from 2006 to 2010. James left for a while -- got stronger, smarter and faster -- and now he's back and he's here for YOU.

All of our sites, including Android Central, CrackBerry, iMore, Windows Phone Central and webOS Nation are known for having the BEST forum communities - comprised of the the most passionate, knowledgable and dedicated members you'll find anywhere. We're not ones to settle for being the best though. James' new mission is to make our communities even better and members even happier, and he'll be spending every waking minute (and some of his sleeping ones too) doing just that.

You may see James drop in for the occassional post on the blogs, but where he'll spend the majority of his time is within our forums. He'll be active within the communities engaging with members and will be working with all of our forum volunteers to make sure things are running smoothly and that the forums are getting all of the support and attention they deserve.

I'll leave it to James to further introduce himself and unveil all of his awesome plans. In the meantime, join me in saying Welcome Back!

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Say Welcome back to James Falconer, our new Mobile Nations Community Manager!

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Sure am. Have had the pleasure of talking with Daniel, Dave and Rich here at Windows Phone Central... am ramping up on everything Mobile Nations. The team and community have been extremely welcoming!

Welcome back.. !! Dont know you to be honest since I joined since 2010.. :-P But am can't wait to see how you are planned to improve Mobile Nations.. :-)

Ok... I might be sleeping for SOME of those hours... but not many. :) If you ever have any questions, comments or concerns, you know where to find me.

I don't know you, but an extra pair of hands with Windows Phone Central is always an advantage! Welcome back!

James, I really don't remember you either, but hopefully I'll get to know you now.

I've been around awhile. I was a regular on Crackberry from June 2009 till March 2012. Now I'm a Wpcentral regular.

I still post occasionally on the other Mobile Nations sites, except for WebOS.

James what kind of phone do you use daily? If its anything other than a windows phone, we're starting off on a bad note... JK

lol
I actually DO have an iPhone (amongst others), but will be test driving the 920 shortly. I'm not as much of a device junkie as I used to be, but now that I'm back here with you guys... I have a feeling I'll have 2 or 3 devices on me at all times :P