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TR Community scoreboard for October 1, 2010 - Defending Steve Jobs

In the hottest post this past week, Toni Bowers shares her perspective about Mike Krumboltz blog called "The grouchy side of Steve Jobs." You'll also find out what other posts created the top discussions of the week and which members were the most active on the boards.

In the hottest post this past week, Toni Bowers shares her perspective about Mike Krumboltz blog called "The grouchy side of Steve Jobs." You'll also find out what other posts created the top discussions of the week and which members were the most active on the boards.

Top 5 discussion threads:

  1. In defense of Steve Jobs' 'grouchy' emails (Toni Bowers)
  2. The truth about iPad: It's only good for two things (Jason Hiner)
  3. How do I make my Windows 7 desktop look and feel like a Linux desktop? (Jack Wallen)
  4. The 10 best choices for an e-reader (Jason Hiner)
  5. Poll: Does loving your operating system really make sense? (Mark Kaelin)
  6. The Purple Alert (TR member Darryl~)
TR members with the most total posts on the forums

  1. santeewelding (153 posts)
  2. seanferd (142 posts)
  3. Palmetto (90 posts)
  4. TobiF (87 posts)
  5. OH Smeg (80 posts)
TR members with the most Thumbs for answering Questions

  1. OH Smeg (8 thumbs)
  2. TobiF (6 thumbs)
  3. seanferd (5 thumbs)
  4. brian (4 thumbs)
  5. robo_dev (4 thumbs)
  6. SinisterSlay (4 thumbs)

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