Jonathan Coulton, PopSci's contributing troubadour and longtime friend, has a new DVD/CD set out titled "Best. Concert. Ever." Leave a question or comment below for a chance to win the goods. We'll announce our ten lucky winners on July 17th. Good luck!
Jonathan Coulton is an independent musician with a geek’s heart. A Yale graduate, he left a computer programming gig to listen to his muse; lucky for us, he lets the world listen in. His famous podcast project from 2005 and 2006, called “A Thing a Week,” produced 52 solid songs on unexpected subject matter.
Coulton graced PopSci.com with his talents in 2005 when he wrote five original songs inspired by the September Future of the Body issue (you can download those songs for free here). He’s also created PopSci podcasts and been a general friend of the magazine for quite some time now. Of course, we’re happy to have one of the best known and most loved geek musicians in our camp, and we’re even more happy to announce that John’s just released his first live DVD, which hit the market only yesterday. It’s called Best. Concert. Ever. , and includes an accompanying audio CD.
It gets better. Ten of you lucky commenters will win a copy of the brand new DVD/CD set… for keeps. That’s right, just leave a comment below and your chances are as good as the next guy. On July 17th, we’ll announce our winners.
Jonathan will respond to comments and answer your questions throughout the contest, so feel free to address him directly. You may leave more than one comment or question, but that won’t increase your chances of winning the goods.
Have fun, and good luck!
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