Microsoft Offers $10K Makeover
Prove your "disconnected" lifestyle, and you could win a king's ransom in geek toys.
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Win Microsoft’s Digital Makeover, and you could insert your photo here.
March 25, 2008 by Rachel Cericola

They may not know anything about wardrobe or pickup lines, but Microsoft wants to offer someone a digital makeover.

To celebrate and plug the release of its Extenders for Windows Media Center, Microsoft is running a Digital Makeover Contest. The $10,000 prize package will include a new Windows Media Center PC, the aforementioned Extenders, a flat-screen TV, and wireless home network.

“Connected entertainment is all about enjoying high quality digital content both on your PC and on TV sets around the home,” said Ron Pessner, general manager for Windows Media Center. “We are excited to bring that vision to life today with the technology behind Windows Media Center and Media Center Extenders.”

To enter, you’ll need to submit a 2-minute video showing your how “disconnected” your digital lifestyle is now. OK—so maybe most of you won’t qualify, but sign up your parents, siblings and/or friends, and snag some of the booty when they are knee-deep in wires trying to hook everything up.

Entries are being http://www.windowsmediacenter.com/contest ” title=“accepted online”>accepted online from now through April 18. A winner will be announced by April 30.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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