Wondering how to commemorate your summer -- that amazing vacation, late afternoon barbecues, old friends, new friends? After all, it is the last one of the millennium. Salon.com and Intel want to make sure that you can relive and share your favorite memories again and again.
Now you can use your pictures in exciting new ways with an Intel. Email Postcard, on KODAK Picture CD. The Intel Email Postcard lets you send personalized postcards to friends and family around the globe. It's a fun new way to share your memories with the people you love. Best of all, it's easy. Just check the box next to KODAK Picture CD on the photo finishing envelope next time you get your pictures developed. Use the CD features to enhance your pictures and then follow the directions to start sending Intel Email Postcards with your personal photos.
Sound great? We'll get you started, all you have to do is say "cheese!"
Salon.com and Intel are giving away an Intel. Pentium. III Processor-Based PC, a KODAK ADVANTIX Camera and a certificate for a KODAK Picture CD to the individual with this summer's most impressive travel shot.
If you are among the first to enter using an Intel Email Postcard, we'll send you a Salon.com photo album upon request, while supplies last.
How to Enter:
Send us one picture using the Intel Email Postcard on KODAK Picture CD. Send the Email Postcard to firstname.lastname@example.org making sure to put "Memories" in the subject header. If you would like to request a Salon.com photo album, please put "photo album" in the body of the postcard. The photo albums will be sent out while supplies last. Contestant's name, mailing address, phone number and e-mail address must also be included in the body of the postcard.
Click here for more information on the Intel Email Postcard!
One finalist will be chosen each week and their photo displayed on Salon.com. At the end of six weeks one lucky winner will be selected to receive the grand prize. Check out the entries from our current winners.
We are pleased to have Paul Gerben and Ed Kashi as judges of the "Last Summer of the Millennium" promotion. Gerben is a New York based art director/photographer and design director, and Kashi is a highly acclaimed, award-winning, international photojournalist from San Francisco. Paul Gerben will select the weekly finalists, and Ed Kashi will determine which of the finalists' entries will receive the grand prize.
Click here for OFFICIAL RULES and complete contest requirements. Good luck!