How to Really Win an iPad 2


If you’re looking to get your hands on a brand new iPad 2, don’t get bamboozled by spammers, look to Intel to hook you up.
As you may (or may not) be aware, over the past two quarters we’ve been working with Intel to put together some tech tips for their My Life Scoop website.

Some of the most popular articles we’ve written are:
Top 6 Sites that Break Modern Design Trends
Top 6 Sites To Stay Current On Art and Culture
Top 10 Sites to Help Develop Your Creative Side

My Life Scoop is giving away THREE iPad 2s over the next two weeks. Here’s the easy way to enter.

Just 3 Simple Steps:

1. Follow Lifescoop on Twitter
2. Find your favorite Lifescoop post on the My Life Scoop website (hey, we gave you some already)
3. Retweet your favorite post with #lifescoopfreeipad2 included in your tweet

Best part? You’ll want to follow Lifescoop, anyway, because they’ll keep you up-to-date on the best tips for a connected lifestyle.

What’s LifeScoop?
It’s practical, real-time tips, tricks, advice, conversations and how-tos to help you do hundreds of things faster, smarter and better — with technology. Their editors are all about bringing you useful stories on family life, personal/ lifestyle issues and entertainment.

My Life Scoop website



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Intricately Detailed Plates Made With Hundreds of Tiny Painted Dots

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