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You can win your very own USB Sushi Drive

The March Community Credit prizes have just been posted.  Some pretty wacky ones made it to this month's mix.  You gotta love the grand prize. It is a  USB Sushi Drive.  Yep, you heard right, it is a USB drive that looks just like a piece of sushi.  The grand prize winner can take his or her pick of the piece of Sushi of their choice

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Among some of the other prizes that are my favorites are:

A Retro Cell Phone Handset

An iDog

and USB Mini Aquarium

 

There are a bunch of other prizes that are also very interesting and offbase.  How do you win these prizes?  It is simple, you log your contributions to the develoopment community.  These might be blogs of yours, discussions that you have been involved in, examples, articles, you name it.  There are alot of categories.  There are also alot of prizes this month so many geeks will win.

 

 

posted on Thursday, March 02, 2006 5:57 PM by admin

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