Your Chance to Win Cool Opera Swag
Article by George Norman
On 22 Mar 2012
Fans of Norwegian developer Opera Software and its browser need to know that they have the chance to win some very cool Opera swag. Community Manager with Opera Software, Espen Andre Øverdahl, announced some very nice prizes will be offered to the Opera fans who share their first internet experience with the community. Obviously, only the most interesting stories will be rewarded.

“We know a lot of you have been active with the web for many years, and probably have many interesting stories to share. We want to hear about your first Internet experience, was it wrestling a 56k modem to get it to dial up or, sharing a 1k Internet connection in a public library?” said Espen Andre Øverdahl. “We know there are many good stories out there - and all of these stories are an important aspect of digital history.”

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If you think you have an interesting story to share, then there are two ways to go about it. The first approach is to visit this page on my.opera.com and post your story as a comment. The second approach is to post your story on your personal blog, then visit the aforementioned page on my.opera.com and post a link to your blog. Whatever approach you choose to go with, one thing remains the same: your story should be an interesting one if you want to have a chance of winning some cool Opera swag.

I mentioned above that Opera Software gives you the chance to win some cool prizes from time to time. A year ago, in March 2011, Opera Software ran a competition called Name the Band and put up a Samsung Nexus S, a Samsung Galaxy Tab, and $100 online gift certificates. The competition went something like this: in the press release that announced the launch of Opera Mobile 11 and Opera Mini 6, hints about 27 songs were included. Anyone who wanted to take part in the Name the Band competition had to correctly identify the 27 songs. Two participants won the Samsung Nexus S and the Samsung Galaxy Tab, 6 other contestants got $100 online gift certificates.




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