“The time has come,” the Walrus said…

No, we’re not going to speak  “Of shoes and ships and sealing wax – Of cabbages and kings…” – but we are going to salute the creative genius of Lewis Carroll .The walrus and The Carpentr Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland (1865) and Through the Looking Glass and What Alice Found There (1872) are both well into their second centuries in print, yet still captivate readers of all ages. More importantly, they made audiences look at an old medium in a new way. Carroll took the staid, comfortable, predictable world of children’s literature, turned it on its ear, populated it with wildly different – if not outright insane – characters…and made literary history.

We think the amazing re-birth of the animated GIF is similar in it’s ability to have an impact on all types of audiences. We’re so confident in the game-changing nature of our technology, that just for visiting our website, signing up for a free trial and creating a Cinegif, you’ll be automatically entered in The Ultimate Cinegif Creators’ Contest for a chance to win a great package of camera gear! Some lucky Cinegif creator will win a new SONY NEX-7 digital Camera, a Fotodiox LED Lighting Kit, and a very trick Manfrotto monopod with a fluid-dampened head – all together valued at over $1,900!  No Purchase is Necessary – go to www.cinegif.com/contest for the contest rules, terms and conditions. But you need to act now, because this contest ends on April 30, 2012, at the stroke of midnight! What are you waiting for?  “The Time Has Come…”. Make the world your oyster through the power of Quality Video Anywhere!

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