TR Community scoreboard for Feb. 18, 2011 - Internet kill switch

In this weekly recap, you'll get a quick look at the top discussions and members on the TechRepublic forums.

Michael Kassner's post about creating a kill switch for the Internet created quite a stir in the discussions forums. Find out what other posts and TechRepublic members were the most active on the boards.

Top 5 discussion threads:

  1. What the experts think about the viability of an Internet kill switch (Michael Kassner)
  2. The happiest and unhappiest cities in which to work (Toni Bowers)
  3. You can do more for less with the Coby Kryos tablet (Donovan Colbert)
  4. Microsoft-Nokia deal: The challenges and opportunities (Jason Hiner)
  5. It's Microsoft Patch Tuesday: February 2011 (Mark Kaelin)
TR members with the most total posts on the forums

  1. AnsuGisalas (145 posts)
  2. seanferd (62 posts)
  3. Neon Samurai (54 posts)
  4. robo_dev (49 posts)
  5. apotheon (47)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Discussions forum

  1. AnsuGisalas (46)
  2. Palmetto (36)
  3. Neon Samurai and Maxwell Edison (23)
  4. Sterling "Chip" Camden (22)
  5. seanferd (21)
TR members with the most Votes Up in the Q&A forum

  1. OH Smeg (12)
  2. seanferd (9)
  3. robo_dev (8)
  4. Mehul Bhai (5)
  5. CG IT, Peconet Tietokoneet, and Tony Hopkinson (4)
Top spam busters

  1. PurpleSkys (13)
  2. seanferd (7)
  3. Mehul Bhai (6)
  4. Palmetto and Michael Jay (5)
  5. AnsuGisalas and Hal 9000 (4)

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