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The Register's new Asia-Pacific bureau wants to tell the world about all the clever things you do at work.

Research we've conducted indicates Reg readers like to know what their peers get up to, so you can learn from one another.

But you've also told us, in research and in comments on past stories, that when we run vendor-sourced case studies they read disturbingly like promotional material. You've also told us that vendor-sourced case studies tend to favour very large businesses that aren't typical of the places you work.

We've decided to route around those concerns with this offer to all Reg readers to get in touch and tell us what you're working on.

Don't think you need to be working on an earth-shattering project to interest us.

But if you feel you've done something clever, or had an interesting experience with a product, feel free to let us know.

We'll read every email we receive and turn as many as we can into stories you'll read here on The Register.

Keen? Click here to send us an email, then keep clicking “Refresh” on your inbox until we reply. And if you'd like to get to know us better, follow Reg APAC Editor Simon Sharwood on Twitter.

And don't forget we've a pair of fondleslabs up for grabs for Australian readers who want to sign up for our new all-Australian email newsletter. Click here to sign up and here for details of the competition. If you're already a Reg member, sign in first.

And of course feel free to comment on this story if you don't want to send news of your exploits straight to the editor. ®

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