The SCQ is pleased to announce that the winner of the last book was Alex Roger’s “Astro I Reference Notes.” To keep things rolling a little bit, we would like to present the next book up for grabs. This one is called “Follow the Line Around the World” by Laura Ljungkvist. We think every reader should submit just for the possibility of owning a book who has an author with such a marvelous last name. Anyway, like before any kind of submission will do, and please send on your good material to firstname.lastname@example.org (deadline is October 15th).
The Science Creative Quarterly
BUILDING A “SUSTAINABLE” GINGERBREAD HOUSE: THE CONTEST
(image source) O.K. So the deal is that it’s the holidays – and soon the whole merriment parade will be kicking into high gear. This includes a number of things that I bet many households end up going through. Things such as: 1. the strategic maneuvering of the mistletoe locale. 2. watching the antics of nasally sounding claymation elves, 3. arguing over the relative merits of putting raisins in the stuffing, 4. real tree, fake tree, or no tree. 5. debating the necessity of the feature length Grinch movie, 6. figuring out what did “my true love give to me”…
THE UNIVERSE OF IPOD CONTESTS: A SUMMARY AND CASE FOR OURS
Data obtained November 13, 2007 It seems obvious to most people that iPods are a ubiquitous part of culture. But for folks like myself who also look after a website, the notion of an iPod contest is just as pervasive. A good indicator of this is to simply google a few pertinent terms. In fact, when I did that with the phrase “Win an iPod” (in quotes) I was actually returned with an astounding 2,000,000 hits. More enlightening, is if you narrow down the search to limit the term mentioned within the last week (2570 results), or even the last…