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OPPORTUNITY FOR WINDOWS XP DEMO EXPERTS
Think you're an expert in Windows XP and can present in front of small (5-10) or large (100-300) people? Be part of the Windows eXPerience Tour! From now till January 7, we are looking for students who are full of energy (and patience) to demos the latest, the greatest, and the coolest features of Windows XP.
PLUS! If you are graduating college senior, get a chance to OJT and Intern at Microsoft.
All those who are interested. Please e-mail me at email@example.com
Hmm. I want to do something similar, but for Linux. (Naturally.) We don't need to wait for conferences or other formally-organized events; we can (and should! =) ) do Linux demos for our friends. It doesn't have to be anything fancy. Show people how you can surf the Net without popups while still enjoying Flash and Java. (I play Scrabble all the time.) Show Gimp's Script-Fu. Talk about the free software you've tried out and liked. =)
E-Mail from Mark Punzalan