It takes all of 10 minutes. You answer five questions about literature (it’s an open book test) and present a 50-word essay about what the future of reading will be like. You can do it 10 times in 10 days (actually only 9 days left). And each day there will be three winners of a Sony Reader. Not a bad deal.
Here’s my first 50-word entry:
Sony Reader is like the Franklin stove. Multimedia will rule in 100 years. Hyped up hypertext coded in a now unknown language with three-dimensional video and audio. Readers will have a Library of Congress size multimedia platform in the palm of their hands. With a kung fu grip.
Beat that. Be a hero. Win a Sony Reader.