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Rich2005
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Polls

Post Posted: Jan 21, 10 21:31

I just noticed, when having a quick look at the imaging poll on the front page of this site, that the polls don't appear to have any of the usual protection against multiple voting.
Now i'm not suggesting necessarily that the poll has been deliberately skewed, but that does seem like quite a lead for EnCase Wink  
 
  

Jonathan
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 21, 10 21:55

Hahaha! That is some lead!
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jamie
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 21, 10 22:08

Surely you're not suggesting that anyone in this industry would vote more than once?

Laughing Laughing Laughing

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Rich2005
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 21, 10 22:44

I feel this quote from a certain Blackadder episode is rather apt:
H: One voter, 16,472 votes -- a slight anomaly...?

E: Not really, Mr. Hanna. You see, Baldrick may look like a monkey who's
been put in a suit and then strategically shaved, but he is a brillant
politician. The number of votes I cast is simply a reflection of how
firmly I believe in his policies.  
 
  

jamie
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 21, 10 22:54

The perfect quote indeed Wink  
 
  

forensicakb
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 22, 10 01:34

Paraben has an imager, they should get a spot.  
 
  

Patrick4n6
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Re: Polls

Post Posted: Jan 22, 10 02:09

I think the margin of error on that poll should be +/- 110%. Not because it's statistically correct, but because according to many football captains, 110% is apparently the new 100% insofar as the measurement of human effort goes.

Which reminds me of a joke I recently heard:

Spinal Tap had amplifiers that went up to 11. A good engineer would point out that they could remain just as loud, and still go up to 10. A smart engineer would offer to make them one that goes up to 12 and bill them for the time.
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