I Think You Can Win This Quizzler
David and I record the InDesignSecrets podcast every couple weeks, and we write posts to the blog as well. So it’s easy for us to think our audience is the same for both, when to a large extent (except for you die hards out there … heh) it’s not. I mean, I know that I subscribe to about twenty different podcasts, but I very seldom go to their blogs. And my blog reader tracks dozens of RSS feeds but I’d be hard pressed to tell you if any of them have podcasts or not.
So I’m making a special post to you blog-readers-only out there, to please listen to the current podcast (episode 94). You can play it right on the home page in the upper right-hand corner, or go to the episode 94 post in the Podcasts section, which contains the audio recording plus all the Show Notes (sponsor discounts, links to sites or downloads we mentioned, and so on). Or maybe you already subscribe to it in iTunes but you just haven’t gotten around to listening yet.
Specifically, I want you to listen to the Quizzler, our occasional “on-air” contest, which comes in around 18:30 into the podcast. Then e-mail us your answer before the deadline of midnight on Sunday, Jan. 11 2009. It’s an easy one — it’s not even a true Quizzler, more like a raffle, where every answer we get is eligible for one of the five prizes. I’m loathe to actually state the Quizzler question here, though, since it wouldn’t be fair to the podcast audience. (I’m kinda bending the rules here with this post…)
We seldom have five great prizes to give away, and I gotta tell you, if you e-mail us your entry by the January 11 2009 deadline, your chances have never been better to be one of the randomly-selected winners of a Quizzler. I’m talking odds and statistical probabilities here.
The “grand” prize (to one randomly selected winner) is the Spyder3 Elite color calibration tool … I wish I could enter the Quizzler myself!
I’ll leave comments open on this post here, but for details on the other prizes, and the Quizzler itself, please listen to the podcast, or post your episode-related comments on its Show Notes page. (But podcast newbies, don’t post Quizzler answers as a comment — they have to be e-mailed to us with “Quizzler” in the subject line, as explained in the episode and in the Show Notes.)