Plugg 2009: Win a free ticket!

Update (Feb 24): One of our free tickets goes to Oscar, congratulations and have fun at the conference! Apparently, nobody else was ready to share his or her story after Oscar told his sad story. We’ll give our second free ticket to whoever is next to tell us his/her Doodle story in the comments section.

This year’s Plugg conference will take place on 12 March in Brussels. Doodle is a Plugg media partner and is giving away 2 free tickets! Here’s what you have to do to win one of the tickets:

  1. Organize an event with Doodle.
  2. Take a screenshot of the resulting Doodle poll.
  3. Take some pictures of the event.
  4. Upload the screenshot and the pictures to some freely accessible web space (e.g., your personal web site or blog, our friends at Wuala‘s space, Flickr,  PBWiki, Wikispaces, …).
  5. Tell your story as a comment to this blog post and include the link. Don’t forget to enter your correct e-mail address (it won’t be shown with the comment). Deadline: 23 February 2009 24:00 EST.

The Doodle team (at its sole discretion) will then choose the best (most original, funny, touching, …) 2 stories and announce the winners until 27 February 2009.

(Any comments that are illegal, infringing, libelous, defamatory, obscene, pornographic, abusive, offensive, profane, or otherwise objectionable will be deleted and disqualified.)

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3 comments on “Plugg 2009: Win a free ticket!

  1. My story starts 8 months ago when my mother got diagnosed with a serious form of cancer. –I know with a first sentence like this, you probably think another sucker trying to get some sympathy for some free tickets, unfortunately it is like that–
    I got stroke by her way of cooping with the fact she knew what was coming and still made a feast out of every day. I made a documentary of it. Some nice people who also felt the story needed to be told helped me. We started filming. After a month she died.
    As a gift to my father and sister we made a first ‘directors cut’ especially for them, lets say a family version. We also used that version on a test-audience, so we would know what the documentary needed so it could be shown to a broader audience. (Because we believe it is a useful and supporting document for all people who have to deal with loss, grief and stuff a cancer.)

    Now as you know it is very hard to get everyone around the table at the same time. So when we had to meet we always used doodle. Really. I discovered it as a solution to our when-do-we-meet-i-don’t-know-i-didn’t-brought-my-agenda- problem.

    Here’s the doodle event we organized last week.

    I didn’t took picture of our meeting. I did write a blogpost about it :

    It is in Flemish dough.

    I don’t know if this a story that applies to what you are looking for. It is however how i discovered the usefulness of doodle. Without it we would still be calling and checking agenda’s.

  2. Oscar, thank you for sharing this. Please accept our sincere condolences.

  3. thank you

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