And the final winner in our Kindle Wireless Reading Device giveaway is…

Thank you to EVERYONE (all 11,095 of you!) who are now following @Unclutterer on Twitter and who participated in our Kindle giveaway. Now, let’s get on to the good stuff …

At 10:00 a.m. EDT, the random number generator picked the following number:


Which means, the winner of today’s Kindle Wireless Reading Device is:


I have direct messaged the winner of the Kindle and she has 24 hours to respond.

Again, thanks to everyone for participating in our giveaways and congratulations to @wickedphysics on winning the second Kindle. I hope the device helps to alleviate bookshelf clutter in your home.

6 Comments for “And the final winner in our Kindle Wireless Reading Device giveaway is…”

  1. posted by Mark on

    Is the Twitter account ever going to be used as anything else aside from being a link dump for the main site? Ironically, it’s cluttering my feed with less than useful info (since I already subscribe to Unclutterer via my rss reader).

  2. posted by fakymcfakerson on

    I’m in the same boat as @Mike, above- I’ve got two twitters (both following you), but I only read from RSS. Pretty much as soon as a contest ends- I unfollow. Perhaps if you posted ‘quick tips’ or ‘links of interest’- some sort of bonus content in addition to the RSS-lite stuff we get?

  3. posted by Heather on

    Thank you! Looking forward to organizing all my PDFs of my knitting patterns & current reads using the Kindle.

  4. posted by Mark on

    @faky: Exactly! Frankly I’m surprised that Unclutterer of all sites would simply be a link dump account. Seems to go against the very principles of the site, being a unitasker of sorts.

  5. posted by Erin Doland on

    We publish our RSS and a few times a week link to articles that don’t quite rise to the level of being a post on the site. Our links usually go in waves … some weeks we’ll have four or five things to share, and then there won’t be anything for a week or two.

    Our goal with the account is not to clutter up people’s streams with a barrage of worthless information. If we tweet something, we like for it to be valuable. We’re not so fond of sites that just post clutter all the time to post stuff.

    We don’t feel the RSS feed is clutter since most people share articles over Twitter and not through their RSS reader. We eliminate the steps of having to copy a link from your RSS reader, shrink the link in a service like, and then paste it into your Twitter stream. This way, if you like the article, you can instantly hit “retweet.”

  6. posted by Guen on

    Congrats to @wickedphysics!

    Now, in the interest of uncluttering my social networks, I’m going to delete my twitter account, LOL. Only created one for this contest. 🙂

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