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Win Free Passes to Web 2.0 Expo [Caption Contest]

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Thanks to our friends over at Technorati, I’ve got my hands on a couple of full passes to next week’s Web 2.0 Expo to give away to two lucky Technabob readers. The show runs from April 22-25 in San Francisco, CA and is a great opportunity to learn about the latest Internet trends and technologies, and to interact with thousands of members of the community that is shaping the future of the Web.

Web 2.0 Expo Caption Contest Photo

Valued at up to $1,895 a piece, each pass will get you into the entire show, including:

  • All sessions (Wed – Fri)
  • Workshops on Tues, April 22
  • All keynote and plenary presentations
  • The Expo and all events held in the Expo
  • All conference networking events
  • Web2Open
  • Continental Breakfast & Lunch (Tues – Fri)

Here’s How to Enter:

Simply write a really clever or witty caption for the photo above (taken at a previous Web 2.0 Expo), and post it in the comments below. The best two entries (in my opinion) will win passes. That’s all you need to do. Be sure to provide a valid e-mail address so I can contact you if you are a winner.

Since the conference begins on Tuesday, April 22, and online registration ends this Friday at 5pm, this is going to be a very short contest. That said, entries must be submitted by 11:59pm Central time on Thursday, April 17th, 2008 to qualify. Each winning entry will receive a special code which can be redeemed for one full Web 2.0 Expo conference and workshop pass.

If you’re not able to get yourself to San Francisco for the conference, please don’t enter and let someone who can attend win and enjoy the show.






Comments (13):

  1. Jessica says:

    Entry:
    Maybe if we all close our eyes, huddle together, and concentrate hard enough, girls will think we are confident and cool and attractive and …oh, fuck it. Let’s all just pool for hookers back at the hotel like last time.

  2. the scholar says:

    okay, i’ve counted to 100. isn’t one of us supposed to be hiding?

  3. James Pawlik says:

    Would like to know more abouts Cert’s ultra high speed web!

  4. Lee West says:

    …and one two and then we burst up through the water three four and splash, splash, and twirl…

  5. hazel hunt says:

    NICE

  6. Vivek Bhaskar says:

    34,
    35,
    36,
    37…

    Hey… wait a second… if we’re all counting, who’s hiding?

  7. Kristen Maglione says:

    The men watched nervously, and wondered how they had gotten themselves into this most unconventional game of spin the bottle.

  8. Mike S. says:

    The Technorati team was devastated when they learned that Paris Hilton would not be the keynote speaker at web 2.0.

  9. betaBonnie says:

    Ok. Keep concentrating real hard. Now click your heels together 3 times and repeat after me, “there’s no place like home, there’s no place like home.”

  10. betaBonnie says:

    See!!! You all laughed at me when I said I figured out the code for the Vulcan Mind Meld.

  11. vanessa hunter says:

    Channeling the ghosts of computers past…..hmmmmmm…

  12. technabob says:

    The contest is now closed. (Sorry it was so short!)

    The winning entries are comments #1 and #5 above. Very funny.

    Winners will receive an e-mail notification with their prize information shortly.

    Thanks for the entries.

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