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points for rspahitz for q. 'dot net or not dot net'

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rspahitz earned 200 total points
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Thanks so much for the discussion.
Glad to help out with the ideas.
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by:smegghead
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Cool... keep the comments coming, then maybe EE will realise that this isn't just a good place for q&a style questions.

We should get them to list the 10 most popular questions, then other people would find them and benifit from the findings.
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