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Reg Reader Studies Thanks to all those readers who successfully completed our recent email use survey - the online equivalent of pulling yourself up Everest with your teeth. After some positive feeback about that particular ordeal, we've decided to keep these things shorter and sweeter in future. Promise.

Talking of promises, we said at the time that we'd award five lucky participants - chosen at random, naturally - some goodies from our Cash'n'Carrion e-emporium. Well, now is the time to cough up.

The fistful of fortunates, all of whom completed the course and can now select a Hacker polo shirt and matching cap in either green of white, are:

  • Richard Garner
  • Marek Isalski
  • Conor McMenamin
  • Simon Oke
  • Michael J

Good show. And the moral of the story is: punters win prizes with Reg Reader Studies. Keep an eye out for further barometer probings, or sign up as a permanent member of our Reg Reader Studies Survey Panel. ®

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