Photo Contest Deadline EXTENDED

Photo Contest Deadline EXTENDED

: Don’t put your camera away yet! We know you have good ideas about where IPv6 should be, but maybe you weren’t fast enough on the clicker. Or maybe you were so busy putting IPv6 stickers everywhere you didn’t have enough energy to take a photo. We have some good news for you though, TeamARIN is extending the deadline for submissions in the “Where in the World is IPv6?” photo contest by one week. That means you have one more week to submit photos of things you hope will IPv6 enabled in the next five years and the most unusual place to see IPv6.

All you have to do is put an IPv6 sticker (or anything that says IPv6) on something in one of the categories below, snap a photo, and upload it on Flickr by Midnight on 23 May 2011. Easy as pie! Hey, IPv6 pie, there’s an idea.

So far people have sent us pictures of furniture, people, telephones, and even an abacus, to name a few. Got a better idea? Show us!

:If your photo wins, you’ll get a $250 ThinkGeek gift certificate. Second place gets a $100 ThinkGeek gift certificate and third place gets a $50 ThinkGeek gift certificate.

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Post written by:

Jennifer Bly
External Relations Manager

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