My good friend, Patric… aka Mr. Noobie, is giving away a Nintendo Wii! Patric has been a great friend of my blog over the last year and we’ve had many a cup of coffee with our friends at The Bean Cup.
As excited as I get about the latest gadget or the newest technology, it’s important for me to remember that a good portion of the folks that visit my site don’t have a clue what I’m talking about. That’s where Mr. Noobie comes in! Whether you’re having issues understanding TiVo, a web browser, or the latest telephone, chances are that Mr. Noobie has written or created a podcast about it. He’s a great guy who’s doing an important job!
Help Promote Patric’s Giveaway
When Patric told me he was giving away a Wii, I told him I wanted to blog about it. For full disclosure, though, there’s also an incentive for me! Mr. Noobie is also giving away an iPod Nano and an iPod Shuffle!
- If the most signups come from your site you win an 8GB iPod Nano.
- If the winner of the Nintendo Wii came from your site, you win a 1GB iPod Shuffle.
Noobie is your technology education destination. Whether you want to get the most out of the latest gadget or learn new ways to make technology work for you, we can help. Noobie offers reliable and objective information in safe and understanding environments. Attend an event, read an article, browse the blog, or schedule a coaching session.
Who Should Enter?
Of course anyone who wants a Wii should enter to win. Additionally, though, be sure to get the word out on Noobie to all your friends and family who are a bit challenged. Even if it’s folks in your office, Patric can come out and do some on site coaching. He’s a great guy with a large following and an even bigger heart for helping those around us that tend to get intimidated, instead of excited, about technology.
Enter now for your chance to win a Nintendo Wii from Noobie!
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