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Kevin Murphy, August 11, 2011, 14:29:24 (UTC), Domain Services

Congratulations to Jim Davies, you’ve just won a free conference pass for worth $1,000 for entering the latest DomainIncite competition.’s random number sequence generator selected the winning order of tweets qualifying for the draw, and Twitter handle @PerthPom came top of the list.
That’s a second Australia-based winner, by the looks of things, after Michael’s win on Monday. I hope you guys can both afford the airfare.
Competition Day Three
I have two final tickets to give away.
To reiterate, they’re Full Conference passes for the conference in Munich, Germany, on September 26 and 27. Flights, hotels and Oktoberfest not included. Details here.
If you want a pass, just leave a comment here before 2359 UTC Sunday August 14, saying why you think you should get one. Make something up.
I’ll use again to pick the two lucky winners and announce the names on Monday.
All winners will be contacted by somebody from the conference organizer, United-Domains, next week.
UPDATE: Proving just how random is, the winning order it selected was 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. The winners are TAG and Daniel. I’ll be in touch.

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Comments (7)

  1. TAG says:

    I believe second generation domain investors who constantly post .FAIL comments about new gtlds should follow the pioneers in their industry and find a way to adjust to the new landscape and profit from it rather than post FUD.

  2. Daniel Negari says:

    It will be interesting to see how new TLD’s are accepted

  3. JP says:

    It would be great for me to meet with the organizers in Munich.

  4. Anirudh Kumar says:

    Since it’s a random number generator, randomness is a good enough reason 🙂
    On a serious note, I believe new TLDs are fundamentally going to change the way we view the internet. It’ll be great to discuss what other people have to say about this.

  5. Alfredo says:

    Third time lucky, I hope.
    I usually go to domaining events, mainly in Europe. So I want to include in my list.

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