Friday, October 16, 2009

TBs TechPoll 15 - 2009, 3rd Quarter - Favorite week TechVideos

The summer has ended and with it another quarter. So it's time for another poll, about the videos here weekly featured at TBs , in the last three months.

During the next two weeks, vote your favorite video(s), among those highlighted under the 3rd quarter (2009, Q3) 'Week Techvideo' tag.

Bellow is the list with the videos posted within this period:

This was one of the rare quarters, where I manage to highlight one video work, every week.
As usual, you can vote for more than one video!

- This video poll does not aim to select the best MOC, but rather well done videos featuring one LEGO Technic construction, a nice video reportage from part of a community event, something interesting for the Technic community, or something cool and somehow innovative.
- Please notice, this is a poll taken for the fun. The authors of the videos here featured are not rewarded, independently of their achieved rank position.


Al said...

Strange, the percentages in the poll add up to 189% ;^)

TechnicBRICKs said...

It is not strange! ;)

These percentages are not meant to sum 100%.

For each poll entry, they indicated the amount of votes it got, from the total number of voters.

For instance, at the moment we have 74 votes and the leading entry has 39%, which corresponds to those 29 that voted for this entry.

Hope to have made it clear now.
It is the behavior for all this kind of polls.

Al said...

Ah now I get it. I didn't realise the number of votes represented the number of people that voted. I thought that if somebody voted for two videos then that would be two votes. Silly me!

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