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Comment: Do We Really Need 4K? - BobsView - 10/29/2014
Comment: Re: devices - BobsView - 10/27/2014
Comment: Terrestrial TV, Huh? - BobsView - 10/27/2014
Comment: Re: Your take? - BobsView - 10/7/2014
Comment: Re: Your take? - BobsView - 10/7/2014
Comment: Only in America? - BobsView - 9/15/2014
Comment: DSL for $15 - HOW? - BobsView - 8/4/2014
Comment: Re: economic damage - BobsView - 4/14/2014
Comment: Where's the Beef? - BobsView - 4/9/2014
Comment: A Real Tragedy - BobsView - 3/10/2014
Comment: This is Big! - BobsView - 3/3/2014
Comment: Impressive! - BobsView - 2/25/2014
Comment: Never Say Never - BobsView - 12/9/2013
Comment: Re: Poseurs vs doers - BobsView - 11/18/2013
Comment: Re: Nice Design - BobsView - 11/15/2013
Comment: Nice Design - BobsView - 11/15/2013
Comment: Screen Size - BobsView - 7/5/2013
Comment: re: Windows 8 hurting PC market - 4/15/2013
Comment: re: Windows 8 hurting PC market - 4/15/2013
Comment: re: Why canít China innovate? - 9/27/2012
Comment: re: Is social media worthless? - 6/21/2012


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