For the past week I’ve had a nasty sinus infection I couldn’t shake, so today I finally got the doctor to give me some antibiotics. Hopefully they will bring me back to life soon.
Anyway, since lack of energy kept me from posting anything interesting lately, I decided to do something easy. :) Today I decided to offer thru the end of May 2004 a FREE Xtras.Net Developer Network (XDN) Professional membership to anyone who normally blogs about .NET on a frequent basis. Xtras.Net sells XDN Professional memberships for $99/year, but what the heck, my sinus infection has me feeling a little delirious so I though “Why not give away a few?“
If you are a .NET blogger, do the following and I’ll sign you up for a free XDN Professional membership:
- Post a blog entry something like the following telling others about the offer (actually I’d prefer in your own words, but verbatim is fine of you aren’t feeling creative):
FREE XDN Professional for .NET Bloggers during May 2004
Mike Schinkel, president of Xtras.Net, made an offer on his personal blog of a free XDN Professional membership (http://www.xtras.net/xdn) during the month of May 2004 for anyone that blogs about .NET frequently. If you are a .NET blogger, see Mike’s post for how to get your free XDN membership.
- Post a comment on this page with your name, email address (you can “no-spam” encode it if you like), and a permalink to your blog entry about the offer so I can add your blog to my blog reader, and maybe my blogroll. :)
That’s it. I’ll give a free XDN Professional membership to anyone who normally blogs about .NET even a reasonable percentage of posts, and the offer’s good through end of May 2004. However, I do reserve the right to deny the offer to anyone, or to withdraw the offer for any reason (though I doubt I would. The little lawyer in my head told me to say that! :-)