/ COMP: ShAFF Twitter/Facebook competition
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If you don't understand tweetering, it's UKC's most complex compeititon ever...
If you don't understand Tweetering here's the basic guide:
If you want to enter a draw for a Petzl Grigri 2 and a weekend pass for ShAFF set up a Twitter account (if you can set up a UKC account to post here you can set up a Twitter account) and copy and paste the suggested text into the box for your first Tweet. If you don't ever use Twitter again no problem. About 60 seconds effort.
There's a slight problem with that approach, as it says "The winner will be contacted directly via Twitter"! :-)
Twitter direct messages are emailed to the email account you used to set up your Twitter account by default. You can, of course, turn this off.
twitter is shitter
Sorry! Try again: http://www.facebook.com/note.php?note_id=197843630231332
Q.Where is the place Petzl?
There's a whole load of other competitions going on in conjunction with ShAFF (which don't require you to get a Twitter account).
After having used Twitter for a while and grown to despise it, I refuse to participate in anything that involves Twitter. I don't doubt that a lot of other people think the same way.
See my previous post for details of a bunch of competitions that you can enter that have nothing to do with Twitter :-)
A lot of people do use it though - I use it to keep in touch with lots of literary magazines, for instance...
Which you can google & answer easily...
...have a wee think why ShAFF would want people to Tweet instead on just ONE of the many competitions - variety is after all, the spice of any event no?
I have just become a tweeter to keep up with the cricket - works a treat for me!
Ten years ago I remember stating to my friends that I would never have a mobile phone. A few years later I remember promising to myself that I would never spurn new technologies or trends quite so quickly!
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