Monday, 23 March 2009

A survey and a giveaway


In order to understand my readership better, I've created a little survey here. If you are a regular reader, I would love as many of you as possible to take part. There are only ten multiple choice questions, and you'll be done as quick as a flash. As an incentive for taking part, I'm giving away this beautiful typeset page above. It's a double-sided page from a 1920s typesetter catalogue, so it's not very thick, but I think it's beautiful. I think I would probably frame the side which is in the bottom photo. I'm very tempted to keep it myself, so I'm posting this quickly before I change my mind.

To enter, just enter your email address in the first answer of the survey and I will pick a winner at random. You can still take part in the survey without entering the giveaway, and your email address won't be used for any other purpose. The competition will close at midnight on Sunday (GMT.)

*Note: I've just realised the 'other' doesn't work for the location question. I know what I did but it's too late to change - please don't feel vindicated because your country is not available!

7 comments:

Marie said...

I love fonts! I also took part in the survey. When I entered where I lived it would not accept Canada? I entered England instead hope I still have a chance...
I enjoy reading your blog.

Secret Actor said...

I've just had a quick look at your blog, but if you like tea shops, try the tea emporium in bath - it's amazing! a bit tricky if you don't live in bath, but if you're ever down there, i'm sure you will love it! over 80 loose leaf teas - it's a treasure trove!

Lynne said...

Hi Marie, Thanks for letting me know. I know what I did - but I can't fix it. Of course you are still eligible - I'm not looking at the answers to pick a winner - am just picking from the names of people who took part.

Tara said...

Done! I'm such a geek I would have done it even if I didn't want the prize!

LexyB said...

THanks for visiting my blog and confessing about the noisy downstairs neighbours ... the acoustics experts I interviewed did tell me that the noise from neighbours was a whole new noise problem that requires more than soundproofing to fix (but that was a whole other blog post). I wish you all the best for peace and quiet!

Lena said...

Done:).
I enjoy reading your blog and consider myself a regular reader;).
The typeset page is lovely...

Brittany Noel said...

Thanks for the chance to win that great print! Love the typography.