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Mind-maping contest: we have a winner, and a new contest – Mind Map Your Love Life

Ok, so time for letting the world to know the name of our Mind Manager license winner. If you have trouble remembering – I admit I have, because I’ve made such a long pause from blogging – here are the details of the contest.

And the winner is: Simonne from AllTipsAndTricks. Congratulations, Simonne and please let me know what are your contacts (again) so I can put you in contact with the nice people from MindJet.

And now, time for the next contest, which is about love. Exactly, let’s use mind-maping in order to clarify your expectations, your availability, your dreams about your love life. Just start mind-maping with love in your heart and I’m sure you’ll come up with something amazing.

Here are the rules:

  • you must submit a map related to your (real or desired) love-life
  • you must submit real mind maps (can keep your copyirghts just state it somewhere)
  • you must have a blog
  • you must display a badge of 120×60 pixels in your blog, advertising your participation in this contest; and you’re free to make this badge as you see fit

The contest will be held from 15 July to 15 September. 2007, of course :-).

Good luck to everybody, and remember: even if don’t win a free license of MindManager (that’s 349 USD in value, by the way) you will still end up with a valuable experience: you’ll know how your love life must be.

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Running For My Life -from zero to ultramarathoner

This Post Has 4 Comments
  1. Wow! Thank you! I’ve completely forgotten about this contest. The Adobe guys were not impressed; they never called me for an interview (it’s their loss, anyway). I’ll use my prize to participate in your second contest (not that I need a second license, but for the fun).

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