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Autodesk Employee Halloween Contest

WINNERS ANNOUNCED: http://www.instructables.com/id/Winners-Autodesk-Employee-Halloween-Contest/

Want to win a Macbook Air for sharing a Halloween project?

Instructables, the DIY project-sharing robotic arm of the Autodesk Consumer Group, would like to invite all Autodesk employees to participate in a special internal Halloween Contest. We run contests all the time, and we wanted to make one especially for us (since Autodesk employees are ineligible for our public contests.)

All Autodesk employees are eligible to win something awesome just for sharing photos or a full step by step Instructable of your Halloween costumes, decorations, or food. The only requirement for entry? You must have done it yourself, and it must be Halloween-related.

To enter: simply create an Instructable, then send the Instructable link to halloween@instructables.com. Neutral third parties will judge, and may the best Autodesk project win!

Check out what has been entered so far!

Your Instructable must be published between October 11 - November 7 to be eligible for the contest.

Prizes Include:
Grand Prize (1 winner): 11" 64GB Macbook Air
First Prize (3 winners): the new iPad
Second Prize (6 winners): Dremel Rotary Tool Kit

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youngti4 years ago
What is the criteria on how the entries will be judged?
Kiteman youngti4 years ago
1. Be an employee of Autodesk.

2. Make the best project. "Best" will probably be an entirely subjective, but impartial, judgement by a group of non-Autodesk-employees.
ynze Kiteman4 years ago
What's with the moustache?
Kiteman ynze4 years ago
It's Movember.
You're up late again!
Nope. He's up early! (PST == UTC-8)
Ohh, I remembered it as UTC-6. :)
LR wrote, "Ohh, I remembered it as UTC-6." In your time zone, yes, but the time stamps on the comments are San Francisco based :-)
Herp a derp. :D

Ugh, off the subject entirely, but this "new and improved" comment threading is such a pain. I don't understand why only one level of reply is recognized.
LR wrote, "Ugh, off the subject entirely, but this "new and improved" comment threading is such a pain. I don't understand why only one level of reply is recognized." There's a whole forum topic on this subject. Basically, it avoids the problem of long skinny boxes which fall off the right-hand edge.
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