This Just In: G.Skill Giveaway Goodiesby Anand Lal Shimpi on April 10, 2010 3:37 PM EST
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Before the new site launched I demoed a new feature I'd been toying with called This Just In. The idea is to give you guys a quick glance at what I'm working on (and eventually what the entire team is working on) as soon as something new arrives at our doorsteps.
I'll admit that there have been a few things that have arrived since my last post, however all of them are under NDA at this point. I do have good news though, more giveaways are coming.
I asked our ad reps to see if any of their clients wanted to provide any giveaways to commemorate the new site launch. G.Skill was eager to show their appreciation for you all and dropped off a big box of goodies to give away.
I haven't inventoried it all yet, nor have I decided how we're going to give it away but expect more details next week :) And congrats to our AMD/Lenovo giveaway winner Scott T. from Syracuse, NY. Scott and I have already been in communication and AMD is working hard to get him his brand new ThinkPad X100e asap!
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hybrid2d4x4 - Monday, April 12, 2010 - linkIt`s very cool that you have these giveaways but it`d be nice if you guys would expand the eligibility. Since we`re neighbors and all, (and also the shipping/duties across the border isn`t anywhere near as bad as shipping across the pond) maybe Canada could be phased in on a trial basis....
Also, I agree with the above posters RE: using the Just In on the weekends for those of us that check this site habitually, even on weekends, to give us something to look forward to...
The new site layout looks great, too. Keep up the good work!
sandylynnrn - Monday, April 26, 2010 - linkshare the stuff!
Fhistleb - Friday, July 9, 2010 - linkIs really nice looking.
bostonbob78 - Saturday, July 24, 2010 - linkthank you sir
realneil - Sunday, July 3, 2011 - linkI've been buying RipJaws Ram for a long time. Recently, I added Sniper RAM to my list of choices. I like that you get no sad surprises when you use GSKill. It works as expected and has no compatibility issues that you have to overcome. There is a lot to be said for something just working, every time.