Contest – 9 Free Promo Codes for iMeetingPad for iPad To Be Won

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9 Free Promo Codes for iMeetingPad for iPad To Be Won

Contest Deadline: Friday May 28th, 2:00PM US Central

iMeetingPad is an iPad app that’s a fun new take on a notepad to be used in meetings.  It offers a nice array of fonts to use, a few paper choices, the ability to type, draw freehand, add lines, shapes, and clipart images to the page, and even some silly sound effects.

Read on to see a list of the app’s features and see how easy it is to enter for a chance to win a promo code …

iMeetingPad Features:

– Designed for iPad!

– Draw lines, freehand drawing, filled or open shapes and images from a collection of included clip art

– Object-oriented drawing lets you move end edit drawn elements at any time

– Constrained drawing mode: use 2 fingers to make perfect squares, circles, or lines that are horizontal or vertical

– Nudge mode lets you move, rotate or scale your element by small, precise increments

– Large collection of clip art easily extended with images from your iPad photo album

– Lifelike paper and chalkboard background textures

– Handy sound effects wake up your meetings with a touch, from a toilet flushing to a laughing audience, iMeetingPad lets you quickly express yourself, without saying a word.

– Font favorites keep your font menu manageable: pick which fonts you want to see from the iPad’s large list of fonts. Add or remove favorites any time.

– Meetings include metadata that store the time and date, purpose (if any), and the meeting attendees

– Email PDF version, with text from pad also included in body of email, for your convenience

– In-meeting tweeting! Yup twitter away those less interesting meetings by sending your own pithy tweets and keeping an eye on those you follow. Silently!

How To Win:

** Just add a comment to this post, making sure to fill out the “email address” field(don’t worry, it won’t be displayed and we won’t use it for any other reason than to contact you if you win) – and you’re in with an entry for our random drawing of winners on Friday. ***

*** For a bonus entry to increase your chance of winning, tell us about the most boring or terrible meeting you’ve ever been in.

That’s it! We’ll draw our nine winners on Friday (5/28/10) sometime after 2:00 pm US Central time.

*** Please Note: The promo codes are only available for the US App Store, so you will need a US-based account to make use of them – keep this in mind when entering the contest.

Patrick Jordan

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30 thoughts on “Contest – 9 Free Promo Codes for iMeetingPad for iPad To Be Won”

  1. What a great idea! The most boring meeting I attended was a city government meeting where the chair decided to just keep talking about unscheduled items for at least an hour over the alotted two hour time frame. It was already a long meeting, and I think she just wanted to talk.

  2. Every week I have a 3 hour meeting. As I live in China, the meeting is in Mandarin. Unfortunately, I don’t speak Mandarin well. 3 hours of sitting there doing nothing. This app could help a lot.

  3. Looks like a great app. My most boring meeting was when my old boss called a meeting to discuss our meeting schedule. It was so redundant but yet the boss thought it was so important, I think at least half the people in the meeting were asleep by the time it was over.

  4. Looks awesome. Worst meeting: trying to stay awake after spending all night fixing something my replacement broke after my last day on the job and they wanted to know if I would reconsider even though i was taking a pay cut if I came back versus my new spot

  5. Looks like something I could use. Thanks!

    Worst meeting was about three weeks ago. We were having a breakfast meeting and the waitress poured scalding coffee on me. I couldn't leave, so I did the best I could with napkins to clean it up. I was also sitting under an A/C vent, and the burning turned to freezing cold once the air started hitting my wet shirt. I couldn't tell you one thing that we covered in that meeting lol.

  6. I just bought a different app, but this looks like it has more features… I'll probably buy it if I don't win it!

  7. I'm having a hard time choosing one worst meeting. Today we had a product status meeting with 40 people on a conference call. The bulk of the meeting was the leader reading the agenda. An incredible waste of time.

  8. Interesting … It will be realy useful for conducting interviews – I'm an auditor by the way. The drawback is that the people wo get interviewed or participate at meetings are yet easily distracted by an iPad. Yet is unusual and sometimes embaracing to us it in working enviroment – people take it as a show-off.

  9. This app looks really cool. I’ll be jumping into the workforce in October but the most boring meeting I have been was orientation for my internship. Probably should have paid more attention.

  10. The most terrible meeting I was in was one I ran in which we had no agenda and tried to play a team building exercise that everyone cheated at. Good times. Luckily laughing about it afterwards created the real bonding we needed!

  11. I have been to a number of terrible meetings during my 12 years in an office job. One of the worst meetings I remember wasn't all that bad from a discussion standpoint, but because the temperature in the room started at about 70 degrees and slowly rose to almost 90 degrees during the hour. In the last 15 minutes of the meeting we needed to stop the meeting to prop open the door to try to bring the temp back down.

  12. I currently use WhiteNote for taking notes in meetings, but this appears to be able to do quite a bit more. It will be interesting to see how it all plays out.

  13. Can't wait to try this out! As a manager, the worst meetings I attend are the ones where they just want all the departments represented even if there isn't a real purpose for me to be there. The *best* meetings I ever attended (in general) were when I worked for Intel. They excell at meeting organization, meeting rules are posted in all the conference rooms, and it is a basic expectation that you respect people's time by having effective meetings.

  14. My most boring meeting was a meeting with our school´s headmaster. The meeting itself was a 2 hour repetition of a meeting I was participating 2 hours earlier that day..

  15. A long time ago in New England, I worked at Digital Equipment Corporation in a group of writers with a very creative boss who wanted his weekly meetings to be more entertainment than work. Each week one person would be designated "the entertainer." Needless to say, there was a lot of pressure to come up with something creative. At this time, the spoon-bending craze was everywhere as a test to see if you had psychic abilities or not. I thought it would be fun to see how psychic my gang was and figured out the technique enough to step people through it. Basically, you countdown from ten, and after each count, make statements to relax, don't consciously force the spoon to move, let the energy move your fingers, and so on. (A footnote to all this is: Anyone can "psychically bend a spoon" because it's just a parlor trick. There's nothing psychic about it.) It seemed like good fun for my turn.

    In my group, however, there were several conservative Christians, one very superstitious woman, and another on anti-psychotic medication (I found that out later). But because of the pressure to perform, the idea that anyone would have issues with demonstrating their psychic abilities didn't enter into my planning. I had my entertainment and I was going to run with it!

    When the Friday morning meeting rolled around, I'd laid out spoons at everyone's place and people naturally thought we were going to eat something. With high expectations, I had people pick up their spoons holding the handle in one hand, the spoon side in the other hand. They closed their eyes, and I stepped them through the countdown, ending with "Now bend the spoon!" Unsurprisingly, most people could easily bend their spoon without any effort and thought it was pretty amusing. But it quickly donned on the religious, superstitious, and mildly psychotic this is wading into deep and murky waters. As I soon realized, those people felt duped, tricked, and mislead. A couple of people excused themselves and one of them was later found sobbing in the restroom; others who stayed in the meeting started to get angry at me. Thankfully the boss was skilled enough at deflating hostilities that I escaped any real harm, but it was quite the lesson in being with a diverse group of creatives.

    Let's just say that after my "entertainment" that Friday, some safeguards were put into place, some people wouldn't look me in the eyes again, and the company itself began its long downward decline. I find it curious how you don't hear about spoon bending much anymore. Or that company, either. Hmm.

  16. Anything to make meetings a bit less painful. Aren't the vast majority of meetings just a huge waste of time?

  17. The sound of a toilet flushing in the middle of a meeting Hmmm. could be interesting..

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