My other blog Speed Force has teamed up with online jewelers Arroba Silver to sponsor a contest: Design and win your own Flash Ring! The winner will get a free copy of the ring they designed, and the chance for it to be produced as a limited edition. The contest is open now through April 26.
I’ve been frequenting a couple of nearby smoothie shops this summer, including Jamba Juice. Lately they’ve got an interesting contest:
OK, it’s a sweepstakes promoting a book on “Hundreds of ways to live to be 100,” but the way the promo is phrased makes me think of a different kind of contest entirely. I mean, it seems pretty clear who wins: anyone who enters, then lives to be 100, wins.
So what do you give the lucky 100-year-olds as prizes? A lifetime supply of smoothies?
The BBC has posted an interesting article on the US Military’s plans for Internet operations. But that’s not what I want to write about here. What I want to write about is this accompanying photo of Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld:
The article mentions that messages put out for psychological operations in foreign markets are making their way back to American audiences. I’m not sure this photo qualifies as PsyOps, but I think it does qualify for a caption contest.*