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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

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Ben

I think your RSS feed doesn't work...had to find out about this post without it appearing in my netvibes account...

Adam Metz

I guess that makes me David Blumenthal (http://www.nba.com/playerfile/david_bluthenthal/index.html?nav=page)...

Sean Ammirati

I'd vote for Allen Stern personally ... I really think Center Networks is growing into a great property!

tom summit

It doesn't name what the criteria is, but if it is for useful/thought provoking insight, my vote goes to Umair Hague http://www.bubblegeneration.com/

tom summit

It doesn't name what the criteria is, but if it is for useful/thought provoking insight, my vote goes to Umair Hague http://www.bubblegeneration.com/

tom summit

It doesn't name what the criteria is, but if it is for useful/thought provoking insight, my vote goes to Umair Hague http://www.bubblegeneration.com/

adam isserlis

I'd say Mashable, Pete Cashmore.

Scott Schnaars

For the record, Barkley was the leading scorer for both the 1992 & 1996 Dream Team (Trivial Pursuit question the other night).

If there is an Arrington Poll vote for Barkley, you've got mine, Dave.

Allen Stern

two quick things based on your team players...

1. in the way the internet works - a player may be a player that might become another player on the team later on to which the initial player they were might become someone else.
2. barkley = me to begin with.

Mathew Ingram

I already said I want to be Magic. If I can't be Magic then I'm not playing :-)

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