Want to win a vintage Apple t-shirt? Read on…
As you saw with our post earlier today, we have a major story coming out on Monday, by far the biggest we’ve ever worked on, and without a doubt the hottest Apple rumor out there (and it boggles our minds that no one is reporting on it!). As we hinted, it has to do with Apple (duh), more specifically, Apple software.
So, while we don’t want to let the cat out of the bag quite yet (come back Monday morning, probably around 8-9AM Pacific time for the big news), we thought it’d be fun to have a little Apple Recon Contest!
The full details, after the jump…to enter, you post a comment below for everyone to see with your guess for what the story is. Only one guess per person (so while you’re free to discuss the other guesses, you can’t post a hundred different guesses). Whoever gets closest wins. If two people guess the same thing, whoever was first, wins. If you guess several different things, like “iLife 2007 is built using Ruby, iTunes 8 has 3D hologram support, Safari is going to use the Firefox codebase”, then we’ll take the first one that you guess, so take some time and think about it!
Here’s a tip, when you enter your post, make sure you provide an email address so we can get in touch with you if you win, so we can make arrangements to get the t-shirt delivered to you. Obviously your email address doesn’t get posted here at the site, and hopefully by now you know we’re not the kind of a-holes that are collecting email addresses to spam people. But if you have your doubts about our intentions, feel free to use a spamgourmet address or similar.
Since the prize comes from a personal collection, we can’t really specify size and so forth, expect L or XL, depending on which one our editor is willing to part with. And yes, we know it’s not much, but the point is more to have fun here than to win some fancy prize (maybe if we ran a bunch of banner ads we’d buy iPods and give them away instead!)
So, put on your thinking cap and get your entry in, below!
As usual, we end with a plea to DIGG US! 🙂