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    Are Points Important To You?

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    by robbinsr ·

    Yes? / No? and Why?

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    • #3721925

      Are Points Important To You?

      by robbinsr ·

      In reply to Are Points Important To You?

      Point value changed by question poster.

    • #3721917

      Are Points Important To You?

      by robbinsr ·

      In reply to Are Points Important To You?

      Point value changed by question poster.

    • #3721907

      Are Points Important To You?

      by kirill lozovatsky ·

      In reply to Are Points Important To You?

      No, the main reason is ideas sharing, self-improvements and to find what users are looking for (it?s because of my job in Helpdesk, I?d to discover things we need to pay more attention). The points are a good idea ? just like a gambling game. When we passing thought some test like BrainBench or est. we doing it not because of certificate, but I think we all like this pieces of paper.

      Regards,
      Kirill Lozovatsky

    • #3721906

      Are Points Important To You?

      by syscokid ·

      In reply to Are Points Important To You?

      Hi, Rick. East Hartford, huh? I’m up near Boston.

      Are you bailing out too? Yours is the 3rd Q&A on this subject inside of a week. Not to mention the recent Discussions. I’ve already spoken my piece on this.

      I have recently learned, however, that points ARE valuable. If you donate 1,000,000 TechPoints to a hospital, they can turn them in for a dialysis machine. You can look it up!

      Cheers.

    • #3721900

      Are Points Important To You?

      by robbinsr ·

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    • #3721897

      Are Points Important To You?

      by ann777 ·

      In reply to Are Points Important To You?

      What’s with all the questions concerning points?

      Points are important for the person who has the problem and needs an answer. If you throw a lot of points into a question, then that’s a measure of importance to you (as the question poser); it’s a measure of how much you value the potential resolution to the problem.

      As a question answerer, the gathering of points is important if you ever have the need to pose a question. To accumulate points, just for points sake, is not important and should not have any value.

      To help is important. To interact… to learn and grow… all of these have importance.

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