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- October 28, 2008 - 3 Comments

Today Cisco is announcing the Digital Cribs: Heaven or Hell video contest that offers participants a chance to win $10,000 for showing their angeliclly simple or devilishly desasterous Digital Crib. To enter the contest, all you need to do is submit a 3 minute video showing: a.) Digital Heaven: Your home network is full of interesting and unique uses of consumer technology. ORb.) Digital Hell: Your devices do not connect or communicate with ease, wires are flying all over the place, and the media are not easily shared across the home network.If you can classify your home network in either category, this might be the easiest way for you to make $10k AND brush up on your video skills! You can enter the contest online through Nov. 26, 2008. The video submissions will be posted on the contest Website at for the public to view and rate from Oct. 28 through Dec. 5, 2008. Winners will be determined by the number of views, average rating and a panel of judges from Cisco. In this video, Mike Kisch, consumer marketing director at Cisco, kicks off the contest with this very thematic and informative video-

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  1. humm :-) nice idea, I am french can I enter the contest ? from France ? I am connected to the word .

  2. Hi Richard, Yes, you can enter the contest! The deadline to submit videos is November 26th. Here is a link to the terms and conditions: You can submit your video and check out your competition here:'m looking forward to watching your video! Johanna

  3. Great idea from Cisco for a contest! I only wish you had longer than 3 minutes, I had a hard time trying to explain all the tech that we use in our house and had to cut out a lot of stuff!