Are you a YouTubing, Facebooking, overall Internet-loving SolidWorks fan? Would you like to get into SolidWorks World 2010 for free? Well, here's your chance.
Starting today, you can enter to win our SolidWorks World 2010 Official Internet Correspondent contest. Just leave a comment in this entry telling us why we should pick you to cover the show. Is it because you think you know SolidWorks World better than anyone else? Do you really know how to get those left-brained developers to open up on camera? Or do you just want to show the guys back home what they're missing?
The winner will meet up with me before the show starts, and I'll give you a camcorder you can use to document the event. You'll get full press access and use of the press room, so start thinking about who you want to talk to. I'll also set you up with a blog account and YouTube access, so you can share your updates with your adoring public. And naturally, you'll be sending out tweets with the #SWW10 hashtag.
Get creative–you can post a video on YouTube and include the link, or
maybe start a petition. It's up to you. The contest ends on November
13, and when we get back in the office the following Monday, we'll look
through all of the responses and pick the most creative, funny, or
plain-old interesting one as the winner.
You can click here to read the full terms and conditions of the contest. In a nutshell, you have to be 21 or older to enter, and citizens of Brazil, China and Quebec aren't eligible (sorry). And if you slack off on your correspondent duties you'll face the unending ridicule of your peers, and no one wants that.
So do you think you have what it takes to be the Official SolidWorks World 2010 Internet Correspondent?