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Latest quiz results (yes, the Kinect IS hotter than the iPod)

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FrankCF   4/6/2011 6:36:32 PM
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No April 1st quiz? Is this the end? What will I do with my Saturday afternoons?

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Silicon_Smith   3/26/2011 8:12:05 PM
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This is a good initiative. I feel sad to have missed out on participating earlier. Is there a link to the leaderboard? Also, how many weeks has this quiz been running since?

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Brian Fuller2   3/23/2011 10:31:28 PM
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Sheetal, here's a link to the current quiz form; new one comes on Friday: https://spreadsheets1.google.com/viewform?hl=en&hl=en&formkey=dG1xTlkxb3p5ZUZHemEwMlhjcGQxQkE6MQ#gid=0

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re: Latest quiz results (yes, the Kinect IS hotter than the iPod)
Sheetal.Pandey   3/22/2011 1:42:09 AM
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Really appreciate this activity. Will thi week's quiz come in next article? I dont see it here.

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