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And did you know you can install Linux on a badger? Not a live badger, silly, but like this.

Finally we noticed that the poll, which went up around 6am UK Time, drew a very salty response from readers in financial services, and operations people, who get into work very early. You guys also appear to have the longest disclaimers. As the morning wore on, the disclaimers grew shorter - and very few afternoon posters had any kind of sig at all.

Redefining Web 2.0

Here then are the best. The standard of entries was so high there are several - let's see who we have in the Winners' Enclosure:

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Web 2.0 is made of ...

...otter's tears.

Obviously

Neil Armitage


Web 2.0 is ...

"These marvellous new clothes that only the emergent can see."

-Michael Jones


Web 2.0 is made of ...

a great big shit sandwich and we're all going to have to take a bite

- Richard Gaywood


Web 2.0 is made of ...

stardust; it is golden; it'll help us get back to the garden

- Shaun Rolph


Worthy winners, I hope you'll agree.

A gigantic thanks to everyone for taking part. The result was so heartening that we'll be challenging you to produce more Emergent Managementspeak with an Extra Special Competition next Friday. ®

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