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December 8th, 1999

[4:30 PM] Win A Free iMac!
by Staff

The good people of TechWorks have announced a new contest and the 1st prize is a free iMac with a PowerCDR already installed in it! All you have to do is guess who Dr. Memory is. According to TechWorks:

TechWorks is offering a free iMac with their internal PowerCDR installed. To enter the contest go to our web site and click on the mug shot that you think looks most like Dr. Memory of TechWorks Tuesdays (posted on MacDaily.com). TechWorks has 21 mug shots displayed and one of them is Dr. Memory. Your contact information will be used in the drawing, which will be at MacWorld 2000. Additional prizes include a FireWire Hard Drive, a USB Hard Drive, 10 PowerUSB 4-port Hubs, and many MacWorld T-shirts. Even losers are winners--all entries will get 10% off web prices for memory through the end of the contest.

To enter the contest, head over to the TechWorks web site where they have set up a special contest web page.

TechWorks



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