April 16, 2007
Win a Ticket for the Flashconference in Stuttgart

Yes, it's that time of the year again where you have the big chance to win one of two tickets (worth €100 each) for the fmx & 9th flashconference in Stuttgart, Germany on Friday, May the 4th and for the Electronic Arts party in the evening.

This year the lineup is packed with great speakers from all around the globe: I'm really looking forward to meet Peter Elst, Holger Eggert, Claus Wahlers, André Michelle and Marcos Weskamp just to mention a few.

In order to win a day pass for May 4th (which will also give you access to the fmx) you have to answer two questions this time:

Question 1: From how many different countries do this years' ten flashconference speakers come?

A: 2
B: 6
C:10


Question 2: Which German filmmaker who lives in L.A. will have a talk on the fmx this year?

A: Roland Emmerich
B: Wolfgang Petersen
C: Uli Edel


Send the answer until April 27th via email to: flashconference2007@quasimondo.com - on April 28th I will throw all correct answers in a pot and draw the two lucky winners.


The obvious legal stuff: the day-passes in the raffle can not be payed out in money and you will have to take care yourself for your travel and accomodation needs.

Posted at April 16, 2007 11:17 AM | Further reading
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