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Wednesday, May 06, 2009

Another chance to win an Acer with BT Myplace

So happy were BT MyPlace with number of entries coming from this blog in a competition a while back, the generous people there have decided to give you the chance to win another Aspire netbook.

BT Myplace Tube Ad

So you may have seen the on the London Underground about shrinking the city. They're all for a new "pocket concierge" service from BT, called BT Myplace. It's a free WiFi enabled directory in Westminster, so if you register your personal preferences (including favourite grub, hobbies, type of shops), you can find nearby recommendations based on those favourites and their location.

They want to know your recommendations for the best greasy spoon. Best public loo was also an option, but as there aren't that many on the Tube, I thought you'd be better off suggesting good cafes. All you have to do is register with BT MyPlace, which will take you to the competitions page, click "Enter" next to My Secret Westminster, and follow the instructions to get to the "Best Greasy Spoon" category, give your suggestion and why you believe it's the best.

By "Greasy Spoon" they mean best independent cafe, so no chains. Entries must be made before midnight on 7th May 2009, so get in quickly.

BT MyPlace will pick the winner and I'll announce who the lucky person is as soon as I know it. The best entries will also be profiled on BT MyPlace.com.

Good luck with the competition and congrats to Philip Feriss who was the lucky winner of the last Acer Aspire Netbook & a few other goodies.

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