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After the first week of our Nexus One Challenge on IT Knowledge Exchange, our top 10 points earners are: OwenAmbroseRyan8613TechnochicCarlosdlTomLiottaSteveoasdfasdfMrdennySandeshSeguWhatis23MarkK Though one week has passed in the contest, there's still plenty of time to nudge your way into the top...