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Way way back in July I ran a competition to give away 2 Microsoft Visual Studio 2010 Ultimate with MSDN subscription cards. I said I would announce the winners in September, but didn’t. You see the thing is, the response was pathetic. Only one entry who is of course now the proud owner of an MSDN subscription worth several thousand dollars.

I’ve got one more subscription card still to give away, so the first person to tell me which Pink Floyd song includes the lyrics “Is there anybody out there?” gets it.

 

The 12-month MSDN subscription has some restrictions with it being a NFR version (technical support benefits and MSDN Magazine are not included, and all software benefits, including Microsoft Office 2010 products, are for development and test purposes only).

The subscriptions need to be registered within 180 days of when I received them (that means you have until around the end of December 2010 to register, but I won’t be responsible for you neglecting to register—if you win a prize, register it straight away).


Posted 11-28-2010 11:07 a.m. by David Roys

Comments

David Roys wrote re: Is there anybody out there?
on 11-28-2010 12:53 p.m.

Wow! Apparently there is somebody out there. The prize has been claimed.

jrsantab wrote re: Is there anybody out there?
on 11-28-2010 12:54 p.m.

The song is "Comfortably numb" (The Wall)

Nuno Silv@ wrote re: Is there anybody out there?
on 11-29-2010 5:37 a.m.

those lyrics belong to the song "Is there anybody out there?”

www.youtube.com/watch

meispisces wrote re: Is there anybody out there?
on 11-29-2010 7:17 a.m.
David Roys wrote re: Is there anybody out there?
on 11-29-2010 3:40 p.m.

OK - just for the record, I was thinking of Comfortably Numb when I wrote the question. The lyrics are also in the song called "Is there anybody out there?" which is on the Wall and this is what you find if you Google the quetion. But jrsantab was correct and the prize has already been sent.

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