Wednesday, April 9, 2008

TBs TechPoll 02 (Results) - 2008, 1st Quarter - Favorite week TechVideos

TBs 2nd poll finished today, after one week and 48 votes. Here it goes the results.
Poll objective was to let you choose your favorite videos, from those weekly presented here during 2008 1st quarter, at section 'Week TechVideo'.

So it seems everybody liked to see KKK playing like a child. ;) So do I!
It is not strange the result, since this is the most unusual or at least unexpected video we could imagine to find, related with LEGO and LEGO TECHNIC.
Well in fact "unusual, unexpected"... Why... ?? :P

Below as usual, the: 1st, 2nd and 3rd most voted videos.

#1 - "Week TechVideo, 2008 #02 - KKK also has fun with TECHNIC!"

#2 - "Week TechVideo, 2008 #08 - Kenworth W900L with PF RC and..."

#3 - "Week TechVideo, 2008 #06 - A Chain Pression Drive mechanism, applied to a 0-99 counter" and "Week TechVideo, 2008 #11 - 8660 raytrace animation"

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