Take our survey, win prizes!

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Do you have three minutes to spare? Take our short survey and you could be entered to win one of ten prizes: a "May the Source Be With You" T-shirt for US entrants, or a 2010 Linux Journal Archive Disc for those outside the US.

http://www.surveygizmo.com/s3/475971/hpcsurvey

Thank you!

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Paranoid

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I have complete it but did not finish it. It is not a good idea for me to give my home address to 3rd party BEFORE I actually win something. Sorry, the old way of doing surveys was more buggy but more secure also.

It is not a good idea for me

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It is not a good idea for me to give suggerer my home address to 3rd party

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