I mentioned last week that Connected Data, the maker of the Transporter, is hosting a contest for iPhone J.D. readers. The bad news is that for several days last week, the link to enter was not working and might have just brought you to the main page of the Connected Data website. Thus, some of you who thought you were entering the contest for iPhone J.D. readers may not have done so. But fortunately, there is lots of good news to more than make up for that bad news.
First, the link is fixed in that original post, and here it is again: click here to enter. If you clicked on the link last week while it was not working you still might not see the correct form, and if so you'll need to either flush your browser's cache or just use a different browser. To be clear, when you click the link, you need to see a screen that looks like this:
The additional good news is that to make up for the broken link last week, Connected Data is doing two things. First, the company is extending the contest by another week, so you now have until June 22, 2013 to enter. Second, the company is now offering two Transporters as prizes, so two iPhone J.D. readers will win instead of just one lucky duck.
Full disclosure: Connected Data was a sponsor of iPhone J.D. earlier this year. Even so, I consider the current version of the Transporter very useful and I've been using my Transporter extensively on my PC at work, my Mac at home and my iPad and iPhone. If you like the idea of online storage that is private and secure, I think you'll like it too. Better yet, the 2.0 version of the software that is coming out later this month looks like it will make the Transporter even more useful.
Be sure to enter Connected Data's contest for a chance to win, and GOOD LUCK!