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Top five TR Dojo episodes of 2010

From deleting Flash cookies to dumb IT mistakes, Bill Detwiler counts down the five most popular TR Dojo episodes of 2010.

2010 was another amazing year for TR Dojo. We won Gold at the Azbee awards for the second year in a row and we aired our 100th episode. Now, within all those tweaks, tips, and best practices there were a few episodes that really stood out.

On this episode of TR Dojo, I count down the five most popular episodes of 2010 and thank everyone who made the year so successful.

Once you've watched the countdown, you can check out each of our top 10 TR Dojo videos with the following links:

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Bill Detwiler is Managing Editor of TechRepublic and Tech Pro Research and the host of Cracking Open, CNET and TechRepublic's popular online show. Prior to joining TechRepublic in 2000, Bill was an IT manager, database administrator, and desktop supp...

5 comments
hawet
hawet

As always I am very grateful to you and to your team for bringing this informative and entertaining series to my home. I wish you and your team every success and happiness in 2011

ndveitch
ndveitch

Just want to say a big thank-you to Bill and everyone else for the amazing, informative and extremely humorous video's. I have thoroughly enjoy watching the video's and the best part of it is I always learn something new and 9 out of 10 times an easier way to do something. Thank-you again for all your hard work and effort that goes into making the video's for us. I can't wait to see what is install for 2011. Keep up the brilliant work Nathan

thisaintmyemail
thisaintmyemail

Congrats on the award! I always look forward to seeing these vids, especially the bloopers. :D

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You have earned the Gold at the Azbee awards. Your videos have been very helpful in keeping me abreast of new technology and how to use it. But Bill, sometimes your humor has me falling out of my chair in the workplace office. Thanks for the great videos and congrats again. Best regards, James