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Camera phone challenge: Guilty pleasures

You have from now until Friday, February 11, 2011 at 5:00 PM EST to submit camera phone photos of your guilty pleasures. We will send the participants of our three favorite submissions some free swag!

With Valentine's Day right around the corner - think chocolates, candy conversation hearts, and other sweets for the sweet. In this camera phone challenge, TechRepublic wants to see photos of your guilty pleasures.

You have from now until Friday, February 11, 2011 at 5:00 PM EST to submit camera phone photos of your guilty pleasures. Please send these original photos, along with information about what phone you used (and the model number), a little bit about the photo you're submitting (optional), and your TR username to trol at techrepublic.com.

The TechRepublic editorial staff will select their three favorite photos from all the entries, and the TechRepublic members who submitted those photos will receive some free swag!

[Update 2/14/11 - Click here to see the entire gallery.]

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3 comments
larrytom2
larrytom2

I'm afraid I must agree with barbm@ , my pleasures really don't make me feel guilty so I'll just enter a photo of one of my pleasures.

artanyis
artanyis

I know in my case I'm currently sitting at my favorite coffee shop theoretically working on some random things for a couple of the companies that I work for, I'm here doing some remote work instead of actually heading to their office... it makes me feel a little guilty that they are paying me to sit at a coffee shop, working through RDC enjoying an amazing pot of tea instead of actually being at their office fixing computers there directly... but hay, whatever, as long as i get the job done and everyone is happy :-D

Nstig8r
Nstig8r

I know my pleasures do not make me feel guilty. Why should they? Why does something which provokes pleasure have to be guilty? What would the subject matter of those shots be I wonder...

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