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Romantic opportunity It's that time of year when the daffodils are bursting forth from the cruel earth, the sap is rising, and a young man's thoughts turn to romance.

For today is Valentine's Day - a time to celebrate matters of the heart. It's also, by an amazing co-incidence, an ideal moment to stock up on computer reference books, courtesy of IT-minds.com bookstore.

Go on - you know you want it

Sadly, we can't offer you two dozen red roses. But what we can offer you is a whopping 20 per cent off two dozen selected IT titles from Reg associate IT-minds.com and the chance to win one of three "chocolate laptops". What on earth, you are doubtless thinking, is a chocolate laptop? Well, according to our resident confectionary expert, the spec includes a state of the art array of chocolate components, together with an external mouse attachment (includes a back-up mouse in case the first one gets tired!).

Incredible. Who said romance was dead? Now, all you have to do is proceed directly to IT-minds, buy one of the discounted titles and you'll automatically be entered for the chocolate laptop draw. Simple as that. This offer is for today - 14th February - only, and expires at midnight GMT. Winners will be notified next week and the goods dispatched post haste.

And if the prospect of chocolate doesn't set you loins astir, remember that IT-minds offers discounts and special offers to Reg readers all year round. ®

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