“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35 - Macenstein

“The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35

On the Thirty-Fifth Day After Christmas, Macenstein gave to you (or, more accurately, gave you a chance to win…) an Epson WorkForce 600 All-in-One Printer from Epson!

Cute girl NOT included.

Copy and print at 38 pages per minute? – check!
Built-in Wi-Fi and Ethernet networking?!? – check!
Double-sided printing, Scanning, faxing, OCR conversions, and laser quality prints? check, check, check, check, check… um… how many “checks” is that? Well, whatever. Epson’s WorkForce 600 All-in-One Printer does it all, and you want it!

Why waste money on a laser printer when you can get so much more for less, including the ability to wirelessly print and archive critical documents, or fax stacks of originals in seconds. Because time is money, the WorkForce 600 races through every task. In fact, it’s about two times faster printing documents than leading competitive models. And, it uses up to three times less energy than a laser printer. Fast, affordable and built to grow with your business, the WorkForce 600 does it all, so you can focus on the business at hand.

To enter: Since the Epson WorkForce 600 is all about the printed word, to enter leave us a comment telling us what is your favorite book of all time? Winners will be picked randomly 7 days later and notified (kind of like in The Ring, only with less killing… we hope). Open to US and Canadian winners only. Good luck, and thanks for reading Macenstein! (Oh, and be sure to enter ALL our “12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaways!)
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333 Responses to ““The 12 Days AFTER Christmas” Giveaway: Day 35”
  1. Torrance says:


  2. Andrew R R says:

    The one that had the most influence on me: 1984.

    A good movie in the same reference: Equilibrium.

  3. fractured says:

    If I had to pick just one, it would be The Restaurant at the End of the Universe, by Douglas Adams. In a perfect world, I’d just say the Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy trilogy. I know of no other trilogy with five books!

  4. andrew says:

    As a kid a book called “Fortunately”

    As an adult currently it is “Into The Wild”

  5. Kernel Dan says:

    my MacBook Pro?

  6. Jeff says:

    Good Omens

  7. brian says:

    The Sword of Shannara or anything by Terry Brooks.

  8. biblezombie says:

    Fiction- This Present Darkness

    Non-fiction- King James Bible

  9. Jordan says:

    My AP Chem, AP Bio, and Physics Books (Really)

  10. Eric says:

    Pillars of Creation

  11. Matt says:

    Brave New World

  12. SitrucL says:

    “A Clockwork Orange”… Anthony Burgess might have been a genius.

  13. Trondheim says:

    Probably Ender’s Game, never thought about it really.

  14. MIke says:

    The Real Story.

  15. James says:

    The Hobbit and The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy

  16. Dan says:

    Catcher in the Rye was interesting… but maybe that’s because I just read it in school

  17. WFT says:

    LotR was good

  18. Craik says:

    Master and Commander by Patrick O’Brien.

  19. Imagine Engine says:

    I read a lot of books and magazines but have to admit my favorite reading material is Lord of the rings.

  20. The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams

  21. vandy1997 says:

    Catcher in the Rye

  22. Hank Venture says:

    A Modest proposal, by Johnathan Swift.

    mmmmmm real baby back ribs, smothered in sauce and dripping off the bone.

  23. msn26586 says:

    Follow My Leader by James B Garfield

  24. Jim says:

    Illusions: The Adventures of a Reluctant Messiah
    by Richard Bach

  25. Logan says:

    “Anna Karenina” by Leo Tolstoy.

  26. odin says:

    The Tao of Pooh

  27. ashergrey says:

    Atlas Shrugged

  28. Adam_P says:

    Crime and Punishment.

  29. Mushii says:

    Winnie the Pooh

  30. Manuel says:

    La Nausée

  31. Bor says:

    JPod by Douglas Coupland. However, the series made afterwards suck ass.

  32. Howard says:

    Bujold’s Miles series

  33. Jerry says:

    Mindswap (or anything else) by Robert Sheckley

  34. Snook says:

    All Grass Isn’t Green

    or any old pulp fiction by AA Fair

  35. berknip says:

    It’s hard to pick against 1984 by Orwell.

  36. jdbaum says:

    Hitchhiker’s Guide

  37. Jube says:

    The Bible.

  38. keith j says:

    The Book of Atrus (Myst series)

  39. Chris L. says:

    All the Kings Men

  40. daniel says:

    earth abides

  41. Paul says:

    Harry Potter

  42. Ian says:

    Black Holes and Baby Universes – Stephen Hawking

  43. RJ says:

    Star Wars series books

  44. artman1033 says:

    the BIBLE

  45. Neuralgia says:

    Early from the dance JUST beats out Neuromancer…

  46. Sacksenheim says:

    number the stars

  47. Nate Radmacher says:

    Wild at Heart by John Eldridge

  48. brad says:

    Sphere by Michael Crichton

  49. Michael says:

    Hammers Slammer by David Drake

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