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  1. Tapatalk has been updated to work with our new forum software. They've gotten rid of the forums structure for our type of system and instead have the new content / activity stream type of structure. Let me know if you guys have problems with it. Btw we also have the Twitter widget on the mobile theme for phones and tablets. Just click the little Twiiter bird on the right just below the logo area to toggle it on and off.
  2. Top 5 NBA Twitter-Followed Teams (through 2/28/13): 1. Lakers - 2.980.694 2. Magic - 1,091,685 3. Heat - 1,072,661 4. Celtics - 980,781 5. Bulls - 680,573 Bottom 5: 30. Bobcats - 107,672 29. Bucks - 110.185 28. Kings - 114,363 27. HAWKS - 117,330 (https://twitter.com/ATLHawks) 26. Hornets - 118,407 Other ATL-area teams: Braves - 278,142 (MLB Rank, 5th) Falcons - 199.140 (NFL Rank, 16th) Also: "Winnipeg Jets" - 130,810 (NHL Rank, 16th) via: "Not Trending: #ArizonaCardinals", Wall Street Journal (http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424127887323478304578332450095722278.html) ~lw3