• The Rules (Nay, Commandments) of the 4:cast Awards

    Posted on April 3, 2014 by Lee Whitfield in Uncategorized.

    Thou shalt not vote for thyself.

    Thou shalt not vote for thine own product.

    Thou shalt not vote for thine own organization.

    If thou desirest to vote in only one category, thou shalt not randomly pick from the other categories.

    Thou shalt not complain about not being nominated.

    Thou mayest nominate a multitude of nominees, but thou shalt vote once only and no more. Once shall be the number of times thou shalt vote, and the number of thy voting shall be one. Twice shalt thou not vote, neither votest thou thrice. Four votes is right out. Once thou hast voted once, being the first number, be reached, then clickest thou thy submit button, which, being good in my sight, shall record it.

    Thou mayest vote in multiple categories for thine one vote.

    Thou mayest persuade thine relatives, thy customers, and coworkers to vote on thy behalf, but thou shalt not persuade thy neighbour, thy neighbour’s wife, nor his manservant, nor his maidservant, nor his ox, nor his ass, nor any thing that is thy neighbour’s to vote for thee (it gets a bit silly after a while).

    Thou mayest vote via text.

    Thou shalt obey these commandments or be struck off and subjected to a lifetime of wailing and gnashing of teeth (as in, we’ll send you to live with Mark McKinnon).

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