Caption this Photo for a Free Ticket to Under The Radar

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There are basically three types of tech conferences I attend every year. There are conferences where the actual event isn’t particularly exciting, but the people at the event make it worth being there. There are conferences where the content is good because it’s compressing a bunch of information into a short amount of time. And there are the conferences where you can’t decide whether to participate or sneak out into the hall because there’s too much great stuff happening everywhere.
Under the Radar is one of the few conferences falling in that last category. They hand pick relatively unknown companies with great products and give the companies a chance to present their product to a room full of dealmakers looking for upcoming competition, potential investments and future partnership opportunities. The people in attendance are often as interesting as the companies making presentations. I’m a little biased this time around because I was part of the selection committee (Chris has the full list) , but I think there’s some great stuff to see on June 28.
As part of the selection committee, I’m authorized to help you save $100 on the price of admission to Under the Radar at the Microsoft Mountain View campus on 28 June 2007. All you need to do is click the coupon below:

One lucky individual can join me at Under the Radar for FREE by providing the best caption for the photo below. I’m sweetening the pot by throwing in a free copy of Office 2007 Ultimate to go along with the ticket to Under the Radar. The copy of Office 2007 Ulitimate will be hand delivered to you at the event.
Caption This Photo

The deadline for entries is Friday 8 June 2007. I’m the sole judge of the best caption. The final decision of who has the best entry will be determined by me. Winner will be announced on Saturday 9 June 2007. Please submit your caption in the comments below.

80 comments

  1. Throne 2.0
    Multi-Mode Commode
    Flushmaster 2000
    Toilet Paper Not Included
    Ludington MFT – We provide the input, you provide the output.
    Crapmaster 3000 – When being out of touch isn’t an option.

  2. The “Final Solution”! No more time wasted taking bathroom breaks, or smoke breaks (why else have an exhaust fan).

  3. Head Programmer
    Please Fax me, some toliet paper
    I am dumping in hex
    Raw computing
    Where is the bedit
    I need a faster download speed
    Where is that Playboy url
    Rootkit revealed
    I need to empty the recycle bin

  4. “I should have known this was a ‘Shitty’ job when I applied… They said all I had to do was to ‘use my head’.

  5. i’ve got the phone, fax, computer, printer.and the best seat in the house to work it out but where is the toilet paper

  6. My new AWA (Australian Workplace Agreement) entiltles me to unlimited bathroom breaks. This was subject to the “No Disadvantage Test” and found to be a “valid and fair”employer demand.

  7. They told him if he accepted this position, he’d get a “head”. Little did he know . . .

  8. “The home office for the worker on the go.”
    or how about
    “I don’t think this is what Senator Stevens meant when he said “the internet is a series of tubes.'”
    or if I may add one more Senator Stevens caption
    “But Senator Stevens said ‘the internet is not something you just dump … on.'”
    Somebody with a better sense of humor than me has to win with a Senator Stevens comment.

  9. What to do if the paper runs out.. use the backup system
    This office space for short term lease only
    All I said was “I hate open plan offices”
    I work best under pressure

  10. 1. I cant seem to get shit done today.
    2. All we need are wheels and thus completes the new Mobile Macroshat Office
    3. Where do you want to go today?
    4. Has anybody seen the hand sanitizer?
    5. Alright, who has been eating chocolate?

  11. Room for one more thing… Hmmm… which do i need more, Toilet Paper or Microwave.
    OR
    Finally, no more Bio Breaks during Warcraft Raids.

  12. In the age of downsizing…
    The new Executive washroom
    And you thought your time was precious…

  13. Upon rubbing the magic lamp with his wish securely in mind, Stewart Little realises he didn’t think through his last wish thoroughly.

  14. Those adult diapers I used to use had limited capacity, even if they were the “Niagara” model, I had to change them every 2 weeks.

  15. LIVE – 24/7 – Typically Talking Tech
    You’ll never have to miss anything again!

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