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  Reply # 31939 31-Mar-2006 23:56
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Now up to 290 unanswered questions and 64,384 views! 3,000 more views in the time I took to read the Q&A. Awesome stuff!

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  Reply # 31947 1-Apr-2006 07:37
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310 unanswered questions and 99,585 views.

Is Ben still alive or did he die typing? Money mouth




 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 31948 1-Apr-2006 07:41
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I'm still here.  Just.  Maybe we should start a pool to guess the final pageviews?

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  Reply # 31949 1-Apr-2006 07:47
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Hmm... has it been /.'ed? Boing-boinged?

Maybe you'll end up in the news as the h4x0r wot DDoS'ed TradeMe with his joke auction. :)




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  Reply # 31971 1-Apr-2006 15:35
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This would have been a great April Fools' Day Joke.

However, SkyTV decided to pull the April Fools' stun 2 days ahead. hehe..



so I wonder, how popular is Geekzone today after the Optus B1 news get debutted 2 days, it is on Google and several other big news sources too. And also, how well is the Trade Me auction too? :-D




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  Reply # 31972 1-Apr-2006 15:59
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The cokemaster's blog on geekzone is the most popular story on Google New New Zealand at the moment http://news.google.co.nz/nwshp?tab=wn&ned=nz&topic=po

The auction page has 126,000 views so far.

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  Reply # 31974 1-Apr-2006 16:55
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"Optus planning and strategy manager Mark Harwood confirmed the company had lost control of the satellite during the attempted realignment. It is understood technicians battled for some time to regain control, and concerns have been expressed about the amount of fuel lost during the rare event."

from http://www.stuff.co.nz/stuff/0,2106,3623112a1860,00.html 

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