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Drobe Launch Pad Prize Draw winners announced

Published: 15th Jan 15:15:33 | Permalink | Printable

Congratulations to the following lucky users who have won prizes in the Drobe Launch Pad Survey.

The survey, organised in conjunction with Cerilica Ltd., was designed to give you an opportunity to make comments and suggestions to the Editors about what you would like to see and read on Drobe Launch Pad.

We are planning to implement may of the hundreds to suggestions received in the very near future.

To be in with a chance of winning, users had to answer 2 questions correctly. Here are the questions and the correct answers.

  1. What will be a Nucleus? - The new computer from Cerilica Ltd.
  2. What does CYMK stand for? - Cyan, Yellow, Magenta and Key (or black). It's an acronym used by publishers to describe ink colours

Congratulations to everyone who answered these correctly. From the correct entries we have picked 9 winners based on the final tie-breaker question. We asked you to complete the sentence 'I use Drobe.co.uk as my Launch Pad to the Net because...' and here are the winners (picked mainly for their quality, originality or wit):

  • it presents a choice selection of RISC OS and other news carefully selected from the net, in a clear, functional and easily customisable format.
    Thomas McIntosh

  • it's easy, it's fast and for the latest in-depth news it's just sheer class!
    Rob Dennis

  • my day would not be complete without a visit to the best RISC OS portal.
    Nathan Atkinson

  • It brings together information from across the web in one convenient page, saving time and keeping me up to date with the RISC OS world.
    Stephen Courtney

  • It's the best for "D"aily news,the most "R"espected of sites,"O"n the ball with "B"ackground information and the best "E" site around!
    Doug Webb

  • I get to read the news I want, about what I want, when I want - it's designed Just For Me!
    Andrew Done

  • Updates are more regular than other RISCOS news sites; additionally, my knowledge shows those details are often far more accurate.
    Peter Naulls

  • I want to win a copy of RiScript Pro!
    David Brown

  • Most of the pages I go to regularly are as links, so my keyboard stays fresh for longer.
    Richard Prossnett

Congratulations to the winners who will each win a copy of RiScript Pro, the Cerilica Publishing Pack or a Cerilica MultiMedia Keyboard! Well done!

Winners: Drobe Launch Pad will endevour to contact you soon however to speed up the process please email winners@drobe.co.uk with your postal address.

Organised in conjunction with Cerilica Limited

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