The story about former SF net admin Terry Childs' felony conviction made this week's Hot 5 list. Does the TR community agree with the guilty verdict? Watch the video to find out the answer to this question and to view the other hot discussions of the week.
The story about former SF net admin Terry Childs' felony conviction made this week's Hot 5 list. Does the TR community agree with the guilty verdict? Watch the video to find out the answer to this question and to view the other hot discussions of the week. If you're not a fan of video, you can choose to just listen to the audio file.Hot 5 discussion threads:
- Should Ex-SF network admin have been convicted of a felony? (Bill Detwiler)
- Poll: Realistically, how fast should a PC boot? (Mark Kaelin)
- Tips for how hiring managers should act in interviews (Toni Bowers)
- Best and worst comic book movies (Mary Weilage)
- What SHOULD Linux be? (Jack Wallen)
- Ron K. (131 posts)
- santeewelding (109 posts)
- Deadly Ernest (92posts)
- ansugeilser (76 posts)
- NickNielsen (68 posts)
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- Broad patents are bad for consumers
- TechRepublic Questions of the Week - May 4, 2010
- TR member Garden Club gallery
- TR Member pet pics
- TR Member tattoo pics UPDATED!
- TR Member costume pics
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Have you RSVPed for "TechRepublic Live 2010: The Changing Face of IT?" This is the tech conference with a community twist that we're hosting from June 30 to July 2 in Louisville, KY. We hope you can attend! Please send a confirmation e-mail to trol at techrepublic.com.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!