Tweet Week continues with scanning and sleeping stuffs to win

Thought I forgot Tweet Week? Well, I sort of did, but it's because I've been busy today getting ready for my move to Eugene, Oregon. (More on that tomorrow!) But in the meantime, let me give out some more stuffs. Up first is a NeatReceipts, a scanner designed specifically to get your documents, receipts, and business cards in order and slurped into your PC or Mac. (I've actually got one in here for review, but this whole moving thing has got me in the weeds.) Tonight I'll also give away a SleepTracker Pro watch that monitors your night thrashings and wakes you at the most opportune time for restfulness. (I did review that and liked it quite a bit.)
Haven't put in your entries for Tweet Week yet? Here's how: Follow us on Twitter and you'll be entered to win. Here are our accounts again; Each follow is an entry: • @joeljohnson; @xenijardin; @beschizza; @brandonnn; @doctorow; @johnbattelle; @frauenfelder (By the way, it's been awesome to get to know so many new people over the last few days. I am a very lucky person to be able to get to know so many quick and clever people. The lesson: It's easy to make friends when you give away prizes!)



  1. You’re moving to Eugene? Drop me an email…I know a bunch of awesome places/venues/restaurants that everyone needs to know about before moving there.

    Oh and you’ll probably want a bike if you plan on living there any amount of time. Make sure you get a higher end Kryptonite, Eugene is 2nd only to New York in bike thefts.

    Oh and stay away from Springfield at night if you can help it. That’s where all the tweakers that steal your bike and rob you hang out.

  2. Eugene used to freak me out when my and would play down there. For a place with a sculpture of the World’s Burliest Hippy, there are a lot of seedy characters lurking in the shrubberies downtown at night. I’d be so glad to get back to P-town. Now I know how my Boston friends feel when they come out to western Mass to see me.

  3. Ha ha! I read “Sleep Stuffs” and saw the first gizmo before scrolling and seeing the watch. Gizmo #1 looked like a tiny inclined bed with black pillows and a white blanket over it so I assumed it was some wacky Japanese usb thing from Akihabara (which, considering that BB has turned into a Let’s Go: Japan companion site isn’t that surprising).

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