Win a Free Pass to LISA '10
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I have 2 free passes to give away to LISA '10 (includes the technical program and evening events only). If you would like to win one of the free passes, here's what you have to do: Send me an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The catch: Your email message must be in either limerick or haiku form, and it must include the word "LISA" or "Linux Pro". The first 2 qualifying submissions will earn the budding poets a free pass to LISA '10 and a Linux Pro t-shirt (so you can arrive at LISA in style, of course). Winning submissions will also be posted here on my blog.
Happy Friday! And Happy Haikuing or Limericking!
UPDATE: Congratulations to our winners!
Julie Baumler submitted this gem:
I'd love to Lisa
So I can be a tr-ue
Linux Pro oh oh
and Jeremy Sands sent in this little beauty:
Free pass to LISA?
Nice, I'm not Daddy Warbucks.
I hate tuition.
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