TechRadar has taken a look back at some of the highs and lows of 2011, in a tumultuous year for technology.
Quality, we at 7Doti believe, is so much more important than quantity. So although some other round-ups may get more traffic we'd like to think that the audience for this particular sub-sub section is both more important AND more refined.
Imagine if you can a time when the world was a very different place; Jonathan Ross was missing from our television screens, Sony were yet to release a netbook that cost £850 and only a handful of people had sampled the delights of Windows 7 Beta. Now try to give that scary, alien vision a name. We'll call it '2008'.
Sony's Sir Howard Stringer was the headline act for the second proper day of CES, and with debate raging over the £850 price tag of the eight-inch P-Series, distraction was duly served up by the likes of Tom Hanks, 3D TV and a folding OLED.
It's a Christmas special on TechRadar.com's seven days on the internet and as it's the time of year for appreciating ones friends and giving a little back, we decided that we should dedicate this column to the Digg community.
Here's the latest '7 days in AV', where we take the weird and wonderful from the world of home cinema and mash it all together into one semi-coherent, slightly irreverent blog.