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  1. #1
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    Tutorials

    Excellent site guys, Keep it up!

    The tutorials section helped me out a lot. But it would help even more if were updated. How about a monthly update of selected topics, targeted at newbies like me.

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    Getting NO for an answer is better than being ignored.

    As an example: an article on the latest memory types (PC133 SDRAM, DDR RAM, PC600, PC800, PC2100 etc.) would be great.

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    Area52,

    Sorry I overlooked your post -- and to be honest, I haven't done much more than overlook the Tutorials section in the 3 weeks I've been here. It's not the only one that has some slightly aged content ...

    I think more tutorials and newbie glossaries would be cool -- some on HwC, some (with more build-your-own and gaming topics) probably shifting to Sharky as Housen and I continue our work to distinguish the sites -- and I'll put them on, well, maybe not _the_ front but one of the front burners as we continue our plans for redesign, refreshment, and improvement.

    While we're at it, what would you (anybody) like to see in terms of new / merged / dropped sections (e.g., does anybody care about the distinction between Editorials and Opinions)? Feedback, as always, is welcome ...

    Thanks,
    Eric

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    Originally posted by Area52:
    Getting NO for an answer is better than being ignored.

    As an example: an article on the latest memory types (PC133 SDRAM, DDR RAM, PC600, PC800, PC2100 etc.) would be great.
    You've managed to put the biggest smile on my face. I'll make sure to look over this forum more often.

    Cheers

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    Originally posted by egrevstad:
    Area52,

    Sorry I overlooked your post --

    Thanks for our reply.

    I really like the site, especially the Weekly Platform Trends are great.

    Cheers!

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