Announcing the Fake Leopard Screenshot Contest
July 10, 2006
As the world collectively holds their breath until Steve Jobs unveils Mac OS X Leopard at the World Wide Developers Conference, Phill Ryu has decided to take things into his own hands.
Today, the Fake Leopard Screenshot contest officially began, and 18 Mac OS X Developers have joined as sponsors, also tired of waiting for the unveiling.A picture can be worth a thousand words, and in this case, a fake screenshot might be worth nearly $900 worth of free software for each of the three lucky winners.
The full prize package includes iPulse, IconBuilder, Xscope and a free StockIcon set of your choice by The Iconfactory, Delicious Library by Delicious Monster, ShapeShifter and WindowShadeX by Unsanity, NewsFire by Dave Watanabe, AppZapper by Austin Sarner and Brian Ball, NotePad, VoiceNotes and FTP Drop by Widget Machine, Menuet with bundled Art Collector by Specere, iClip by Inventive, Interarchy by Stairways Software, Podcast Maker and Voice Candy by Potion Factory, Soulver and World of Where by World of Worlds, Picture Framer and To Do Tracker by Monkey Business Labs, MacUpdate 1 Year Membership by MacUpdate, Catalog and PHP Studio by Neometric Software, DomainTracker by Icecold Software, Tag and Site Soap by Talacia, CSSEdit and DeskShade by MacRabbit and Awaken by Embraceware.
The entries, due at 12:00 PM EST on July 22nd, will be judged by a panel of developers and MacThemes.net staff members, including Wil Shipley of Delicious Monster Software, David Watanabe of NewsFire and Acquisition, Austin Sarner of AppZapper, Olivier Lanctot of Specere, John Casasanta of Inventive, Gedeon Maheux of the Iconfactory, Andy Kim and Jin Kim of Potion Factory, Jan Van Boghout of MacRabbit, and Phill Ryu, Johnny Komisar, Ricky Murray, and Adam Betts of MacThemes. http://www.phillryu.com/