The Red Nose Day Moblog!

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Welcome to the Red Nose Day 2007 Moblog.
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This moblog is for absolutely anyone to text in pictures or video of themselves celebrating Red Nose Day direct from your camera-phone or email address.

Getting your pictures and video posted to the moblog from your mobile is easy, just text them to 60300 with the word 'nose' somewhere in the message.

Alternatively, to send in your post by email, just send your pictures or video to: <
Remember, sending an MMS from your phone only costs what your network operator charges, there is no charge above this, which is ordinarily around 30 pence

Your post will be visible for everyone to see, comment on, rate and share. Some people have posted pictures of themselves wearing Red Noses, others have posted short video clips of themselves telling jokes, but above all, post whatever Red Nose Day means to you.

If you'd like to use a Red Nose Day avatar this week, or even on the day, please download and use this moblogUK Red Nose Day avatar:

Enjoy, and remember if you need any help at all, our help pages are right here: moblogUK Help.

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Perforce supports Red Nose Day

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Good afternoon,Perforce Software Limited, a Wokingham-based software company, raised a grand total of £835.92 of with a further $1,000 being promised by our US office if we get mentioned in the Media.

Using the 'P4' prefix found in its popular Perforce SCM software, we ran a series of fun events:P4 Promise - An auction of promises from employees that went to the highest bidder including head-shaving, babysitting and the opportunity to dye Perforce's general manager, Dave Robertson's hair red.

P4 Pander - Employees paid money to have their wishes pandered toP4 Party - Dave Robertson challenged his team to "win" for Comic Relief by participating in a range of challenges. Dave donated �150 to Comic Relief on behalf of the challengers and staff paid lots of fines for not obeying all the rules.P4 Pants - Staff came dressed in as many items of Perforce-branded black-and-yellow clothing on the day as possible.P4 Pastries - Dave served our home made cakes and drinks trolley.

Many thanks!
20th Mar 2007, 15:52