Reader contest: WIN a Personal Soundtrack T-shirt!

Tell us what tunes you're listening to at work and you could win a Personal Soundtrack T-shirt from ThinkGeek

Update:

The contest is over! Thank you to everyone who entered.

And a hearty congratulations to our winner, nrichmond. Hope you enjoy the T-shirt and maybe annoy a few coworkers while you're at it.

Personal Soundtrack T-shirt
The Personal Soundtrack Shirt features a working speaker embedded into the front of the shirt. When you push the appropriate button on the pocketable remote you get music or sound effects appropriate for any situation... everything from drum roll, to cat call whistle, to western showdown. Don't like the built-in sounds? No problem. Simply pop in your own SD memory card loaded with MP3 files to use your own sound effects and music.

We see you sitting there in your fancy noise-cancelling headphones. And we want to know what you're listening to -- and why.

Does Kanye West's Stronger make you feel unstoppable? Does listening to Barry Manilow keep you mellow? (It's ok if it does. We won't judge ... much.) Does Jane's Addiction's Been Caught Stealing get your creative juices flowing? We want to know!

It's scientific fact that listening to music can help you exercise for longer periods of time at higher intensity and more effectively. Does it also help you work better, code longer, stave off boredom?

Tell us in the comments section below what's on your workday playlist and why you chose those tunes and you'll be entered for a chance to win a Personal Soundtrack T-shirt from ThinkGeek.

How it works:

  • Log in (or register if you're new here) -- that's how we'll know who you are so we can notify you if you win

  • Tell us what you're listening to and why in the comments section below.

  • When the contest has ended, we'll pick a winner. Simple as that.

The fine print:

The winner will be chosen by a panel of ITworld editors. Material submitted for this contest may appear in other forms. By submitting your playlist(s) to ITworld, you agree that such playlists(s) and the accompanying information will become the property of ITworld and you grant ITworld permission to publicly display and use them in any form or media for any and all purposes. Your submission also allows ITworld to edit, or adjust the entry for clarity and language.

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