December 18th, 2012

You could win an iPad Mini from Tekserve when you give to The LAMP!

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An Annual Appeal Giving Giveaway

You could win an iPad Mini when you give to The LAMP!
iPad Mini
Click here to donate for your chance to win an iPad Mini!

The latest tablet from Apple is flying off the shelves, but thanks to our friends at Tekserve, New York City’s largest independent Apple specialists, it can be yours when you give at least $100 to The LAMP by December 31st. Click here to donate, and your name will be entered to win the Mini in our drawing on New Year’s Day. (You don’t have to donate to enter, but we hope you do.) Plus, while supplies last, you’ll also get Economix, one of 2012′s best-selling graphic novels! If you already gave $100, your name’s in the running for the iPad Mini and your copy of Economix is on the way, but if not, make your $100 gift right now!

Don’t miss our interview with Economix author Michael Goodwin!
Author Michael Goodwin
Mike Goodwin is the author of Economix: How Our Economy Works (And Doesn’t Work) In Words and Pictures, a graphic novel explaining in plain English what everyone should know about how our economy works (hint: does not include cliffs). It can be yours when you donate at least $35 to The LAMP,* thanks to Mike and Abrams Books!  Wired.com’s James Floyd Kelly says, “I just cannot stress how amazing this book is!” Read on for more about how the book came to be a graphic novel, why everyone needs to understand economics and the links between money and media.
*While supplies last.

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