theEweekly Wrap: Super Bowl advertisers await big day, Google Chrome partners with Lego and tweeters combat bad parking


In the news this week, we take a look at how preparations are going for Super Bowl advertisers, a new Google Chrome Lego app and how Rome tweeters are taking on bad parking.

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Frog and Bucket tickets up for grabs in our latest #Lucky7 giveaway

We're past the halfway mark in our epic #Lucky series of birthday giveaways, which makes us a little bit sad. To cheer us up, we're asking our Twitter followers to send us their favourite jokes and one-liners. The one that elicits the biggest cheer in theEword office will win its tweeter a pair of tickets to the Frog and Bucket comedy club.

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Afternoon tea for two at Hey Little Cupcake up for grabs in our latest #Lucky7 giveaway

In the latest edition of our #Lucky7 competitions, entrants are invited to share with us their best memory as a seven-year-old, with an afternoon of tea and cupcakes up for grabs for the winners!

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theEword gets 2014 off to a positive start

This blog offers a full recap of the January news from theEword, with numerous exciting events on the horizon as our award winning team expands further still.

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Manchester United stadium tour up for grabs in our latest #Lucky7 giveaway

We are seven years old and to celebrate we are running a series of giveaways under the banner #Lucky7, trying to incorporate the number seven wherever possible. One local institution for who the number seven is significant is Manchester United, who have seen great players such as George Best, Eric Cantona and Cristiano Ronaldo don the number 7 shirt. You could win a stadium tour of Old Trafford in our latest competition. Click to find out how.

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theEweekly Wrap: Snapchat captcha, Facebook gone by 2017 and increase in Bitcoin use in London


Snapchat quashes critics and hackers with new captcha, Princeton research group predicts Facebook to be obsolete by 2017 and Bitcoin becomes popular in the Capital.

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We are giving away Trafford Centre vouchers in our second #Lucky7 competition

Our series of #Lucky7 giveaways, which we are running to mark our seventh anniversary, is now well underway. Yesterday, we gave away a free lunch in the spirit of bringing people together. In the second competition, you could win vouchers to spend at literally any store in the Trafford Centre, courtesy of theEword. Click through to find out the rules and how to enter.

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Win Almost Famous burgers for you and a friend with our #Lucky7 competition

We are launching a series of Twitter giveaways to mark our seventh birthday and the first is all about making new friends. Is there someone you follow on Twitter who you haven't yet met in person? Now could be the time to put that right, as theEword sends one winner and their choice of guest (assuming the guest agrees) for lunch at Almost Famous in Manchester.

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theEweekly Wrap: Texts decline, Channel 4 steps back from YouTube and the Quit Your Job app


Our look at the week's news includes a report on the decline of text messages, Channel 4's plans to remove full shows from YouTube and a new app called Quit Your Job that lets you create a resignation text to forward to your boss.

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How do athletes used LinkedIn?

We have become used to seeing sportspeople on social media, with many of the most famous athletes in the world using Twitter and Facebook. However, there is a growing trend of professional sports stars joining LinkedIn.

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