This TechRepublic's Hot 5 takes a quick look at the most popular discussions of this past week and acknowledges the community members who have been the most active on the site. If you're not a fan of video, you can choose to just listen to the audio file.Hot 5 discussion threads:
- 10 ways you might be breaking the law with your computer: UPDATED (Debra Littlejohn Shinder)
- Letters to the editor about my breakup with Windows (Jason Hiner)
- Are users right in rejecting security advice? (Michael Kassner)
- The most disturbing geek movie (Edmond Woychowsky)
- The new Ubuntu look (Jack Wallen)
- santeewelding (98 posts)
- Deadly Ernest (97 posts)
- cmatthews (96 posts)
- NickNielsen (87 posts)
- Neon Samurai (80 posts)
Here are a few other links that you should check out:
- TechRepublic Live 2010: The Changing Face of IT
- If history repeats itself, Microsoft will dominate mobile platforms
- TechRepublic Questions of the Week - March 22, 2010
- TR member Garden Club gallery
- TR Member pet pics
- TR Member tattoo pics
- TR Member costume pics
If you'd like to contribute to the pics galleries, please send us your photos.
Also, don't forget to sign up for the TechRepublic Community Central newsletter!Addendum:
Just in case you didn't see the first link in the "other links" section above, we are holding another event this summer called "TechRepublic Live 2010: The Changing Face of IT," which is a tech conference with a community twist. We hope you can attend! To find out more information, click either of the aforementioned embedded links.TR Member contributions = swag We are collecting TR member submissions — photos, original video clips, and audio files — so that we can assemble them in a monthly community video. Our e-mail address is trol at techrepublic.com. If we don't receive enough submissions, that means there won't be a video for that particular month. However, for those of you who do contribute, we'll send you some free TR swag!
Sonja Thompson started at TechRepublic in October 1999. She is a former Senior Editor at TechRepublic.