'Ten Grand is Buried Here' IE8 treasure hunt from Microsoft Australia

Microsoft Australia is heating up the browser wars with first ever browser-exclusive treasure hunting competition on the internet the “Ten Grand is Buried Here”  competition ($10,000 Australian dollars or roughly $8000 USD) involves finding a particular Australian website which only if viewed under Internet Explorer 8 reveals a special “claim” button for the cash prize. Hints will […]

Microsoft Australia is heating up the browser wars with first ever browser-exclusive treasure hunting competition on the internet the “Ten Grand is Buried Here”  competition ($10,000 Australian dollars or roughly $8000 USD) involves finding a particular Australian website which only if viewed under Internet Explorer 8 reveals a special “claim” button for the cash prize. Hints will be given out on Twitter to where it is hidden throughout the competition until it ends on 17 September 2009, or until someone finds it first.

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