January 21, 2005

Free Apple products

I was one of those who actually joined Joy in her addiction.

If you read Joy's blog, you've probably heard about a couple of the Gratis Network sites: FreeiPods.com and FreeMiniMacs.com.

The concept is pretty simple. A user signs up at the site (preferrably via someone elses referral link), then does two more things: referres 5-10 more people (depending on the offer) and signup for a free trial of one of the Gratis Network associate companies.

Many of the trials are free, and most of them are things many of us wouldn't mind trying out. If you're interested, feel free to use the referral links in this entry or the ones in the side bar.

Posted by TheIdeaMan at January 21, 2005 11:53 AM | TrackBack

Wow, am I glad to discover you guys!! I have been discouraged by all of the anti-BJU discussions/sites on the web, and crave to discover anyone who loves that place as much as I do. Yes, I always knew our faculty weren't perfect, but boy did I find them awfully close, a lot of the time.

Let's get more alumni talking! (and of course, NO GRIPING! :)

Posted by: David McQuinn at February 16, 2005 11:26 AM


$50 iBooks 2005-08-09 @ Richmond, Virginia from 9 am to 3pm ET, limit 1 per person. (iBook 500 mhz/12"/10GB/320MB + original AirPort card) well used by school kids

thought you might know someone in the area for whom this would be useful information... sorry if this is considered comment spam. looks like it will be a circus!

Posted by: J.S. at July 27, 2005 11:26 PM


If I lived in VA, I'd likely be there. I do have friends up that way (some of them read Ben's Friends) who hopefully will behove them selves of the opportunity. :)

Thanks for the lead. I didn't consider it spam. I just wish I had a reason to be in Richmond on that day.

Thanks again, J.S.,

Posted by: Benjamin at July 28, 2005 07:17 AM
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