Win a Fujitsu ScanSnap & More!

Eleven days to go until our winter special event. Eleven days you may want to spend with DEVONthink and get the chance to win a Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M, S300M, and/or a DEVONtechnologies software license!

How to Participate?

Do one of the follwing and send us your creation (or a link to it):

  1. Write a user story about how you are using DEVONthink successfully
  2. Write a software review on our Facebook page or for your blog
  3. Create a stylish advertising banner for DEVONthink
  4. Make a video about how you use DEVONthink or with your best tips & tricks for it and upload it to YouTube
  5. Send a cool DEVONthink-related tweet (add the #devonthink hash tag)
  6. Create an example database that users with similar needs could use
  7. Write a really smart smart template or AppleScript script for DEVONthink

How to Win?

Among all submissions we select your creation as one of the five best creations, publish it on our special event web page, and send you one of the following prizes, alltogether worth more than US$ 1,333, depending on your place among the final five:

  1. The ScanSnap S1500M Bundle (worth US$ 569.00)
  2. The ScanSnap S300M Bundle (worth US$ 419.00)
  3. One license of the Infoworker’s Pro Office Bundle (worth US$ 169.95)
  4. One license of the Infoworker’s Pro Bundle (worth US$ 99.95)
  5. One license of DEVONthink Pro (worth US$ 79.95)

The last date for your submission is February 23, 2010, midnight (UTC).

Fine Print: We reserve the right use your submitted creation for marketing purposes (like linking to it, publishing it on our web site, or using a banner for our own advertising). We will not add your email address to our newsletter or any other distribution list.

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