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This article was published on February 18, 2009

Enter our Facebook ‘New Terms’ Caption Competition!

Enter our Facebook ‘New Terms’ Caption Competition!
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Scotsman David Petherick is a director & co-founder of several companies, and provides social media strategy & visibility services. Scotsman David Petherick is a director & co-founder of several companies, and provides social media strategy & visibility services. David became known as ‘The Digital Biographer’ after a 2007 BBC radio interview, speaks Russian, wears the Kilt, and is a co-author for the books 'Age of Conversation 2.0, & 3.0'.

Enter our competition by adding a comment below.

Our occasional Wicked Wednesday series kicks off with a topical photo caption competition!

Enter and win with The Next Web!

Just add your suggested caption for this photograph by adding a comment below. The best entry will be selected and added to this image of Facebook Founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, and will be headlined on Friday at The Next Web Blog, and the winner will received a full sized version of the image, with their caption added, to keep. You can choose where to post the image as long as you sign up to our Terms and Conditions.*

Good luck!

Just in case you need some inspiration, here are some stories we published recently regarding Facebook.

* Terms and Conditions. Enter before 12:00 Amsterdam time Friday 20th February 2009. If you win, you can do what you want with the image, just don’t change it. Use it to link to your stuff if you like. If your stuff is evil that’s not our fault and will blame you. We’ll use your name and where you are from in announcing that you won the competition. Our decision on a winner is final. Unless we see a funnier caption and change our minds. If Facebook’s lawyers get upset we’ll rapidly give them your IP address and email and insist it was all your idea. You can link to this story or retweet it if you like. We’d like an option on removing and selling your liver.