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Winners of the Twitter and Facebook Book Giveaways

March 28, 2011 | post a comment | Mark Russinovich

Winners of the Twitter and Facebook Book Giveaways

I'm excited to announce the winners of the Twitter and Facebook Zero Day book giveaways. If you see your name in the list, email your address to and I'll send you your signed copy. If you didn't win, keep following my Twitter tweets and Facebook posts for announcements of future giveaways. 

Twitter Winners

The Twitter contest required entrants to email me a link  to their retweet of my tweet announcing Zero Day's availability on its publication day, March 15. There were 20 winners of a signed copy of Zero Day and one winner of one of my two Advance Reading Copies of Zero Day, which the publisher sent me a few months before publication. Congratulations and I hope you enjoy the book!

Chris Rhodes
David Sebban
Eric Thomas
Hikmat Kanaan
Ivan Jaimes Martínez
Jeroen Verhulst
Juergen Nieveler
Karsten Strøbæk
Kirby Huntsinger
Mark Griffiths
Markus Arvidsson
Malcolm McCaffery
Nikolay Matyukhin
Orin Thomas
Robin Ferris
Scott Ladewig
Sander Spierenburg
Sandip N Vashi  
Алпеев Максим
Артем Ушаков  

And the winner of the signed Advance Reading Copy (ARC) is: 

Matthew White

Facebook Winners

The Facebook contest required entrants to like Zero Day's Facebook page by March 15. There were 10 winners from the approximately 700 that liked Zero Day by the deadline. Congratulations!

Abey John
Alex Fairly
Ed Chapman
Jean Hudson
Jim Griffin
Larry E Jones
Mark Hett
Mike Howells
Nicolas Clerc
Steve Bucci
 

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