Onezumi.com Contest â€“ Free Custom iPod shuffle, No Strings Attached
Submitted by harknell on March 24, 2005 - 00:25
The Onezumi.com Webcomic is giving away yet another item to a lucky reader of their webcomic. This monthâ€™s Giveaway is an Onezumi.com Customized iPod shuffle to the lucky winner of their forum entry contest. What better way to store your art files and also relax with a few tunes? The iPod and all of the iPod packaging materials will be hand customized to match the Onezumi.com website by Onezumi herself. Here is the official announcement and the Entry Rules are here.
There is no hidden catch or crazy marketing scheme. Click here to see the Onezumi.com privacy and usage policy. Onezumi and Harknell hate when they get spam, so they will never spam you or sell your information. As always, all you have to do is read their site and be creative. Click beyond the jump to learn more about Onezumi and Harknell.
The Onezumi.com Webcomic and the Onezumi Studios Store are owned and operated by Onezumi and Harknellâ€™s company, Onezumi Studios LLC. Their regularly updated tutorials and discussion forums cover everything from Photoshop 101 to advanced computer installation and maintenance. Everyone is welcome, regardless of skill level. Even if you donâ€™t consider yourself creative, you can still join in on the other discussions on the forum, or simply enjoy the Onezumi.com Webcomic.
Onezumi and Harknell have consistently made strong efforts to encourage and promote independent artists as an important demographic deserving of respect. Onezumi has worked professionally in high-profile corporate design, animation, and digital media. Using these skills, she has been active in the independent art scene since well before the beginning of Onezumi.com. Harknell is the other half of the creative team. He has been a strong voice in the IT industry since the late 80s, and specializes in custom computer arrangements for art and electronic music, as well as website design and maintenance.
Need help with something? They take tutorial requests. If that isnâ€™t enough for you, they periodically hold workshops at many east coast creative events.