With $15,000 in videomaker awards, the “Freedom to Choose” video contest by AmazonWireless close next Wednesday at 4pm. Watch the video, read the creative brief and get cracking!
Also, take a moment to check out the great panel of guest judges who will be determining the winner for AmazonWireless:
+ Taylor Wimberly, AndroidAndMe.com: Taylor Wimberly is the founder of Android and Me. He started blogging as a hobby and went full time after discovering how much he enjoyed it. Taylor uses the Samsung Nexus S on a daily basis.
+ Artem Russakovskii, AndroidPolice.com: Artem is a 28-year-old developer, currently doing Android development. He is also a sysadmin and founder/editor-in-chief at Android Police. He spends his day managing Android Police, looking for and covering news stories, reviewing new apps and games, writing tutorials and tips, pushing the team forward, and avoiding sleep. He’s excited to see what the creative crowd will come up with for the Amazon contest, and honored to have been selected as one of the judges.
+ Aaron Baker, PhoneDog.com:Aaron Baker is the Editor-in-Chief of PhoneDog Media. An eight-year veteran in the wireless industry, he has worked for the four nationwide wireless carriers, a now-defunct MVNO, and several technology websites in various capacities. In addition to PhoneDog.com, his work has appeared in prominent publications like WIRED.com and Singapore’s Asian Journeys magazine.
+ Dustin Karnes, TalkAndroid.com: Dustin, Editor In Chief for TalkAndroid, is a technology fan and Android fanatic. He fills his days with Android news and reviews, and occasionally takes a peek at the world outside his window long enough to see the sun. He is a husband to a wonderful wife and father to two beautiful girls, and resides in Houston, TX.