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Contest, Gadgets 30 Mar 2011   »   by TheWhatItDo
The WHATITDO CONTEST
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As a big thank you to all our fans and supporters, The WhatItDo will be giving out free prizes every so often, to show you our appreciation. All you have to do is let us know in the comments:

Who you would like The Whatitdo to interview next?


Today we have a hot little gadget for one of you. Like us, you might be tired of your phone or MP3 player’s tiny little speaker not doing justice to your music. That’s where the Satechi Portable Pocket Speaker comes in. Just plug this little guy into your music source and you will be blown away. This thing rocks! It’s super compact, making it easy to travel with your tunes. Heck, you don’t even need an MP3 player. Just put your music on an SD card, pop it into the speaker’s SD slot, and go. You can even daisy chain them together. Buy 50 of them and link them together for your own mini-concert!

To be entered to win:

1) Click the Facebook Like button below to “Like” this article ( if you haven’t already).

2) Answer our question by leaving a comment below on this page before 12 noon PST on Friday the 1st (April 1st, but this is no joke). Make sure to log in with your Facebook ID when you comment so we know how to find you if you win. It’s that easy!

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Participants must be currently living in the United States. Only one comment will be counted. Comments must be submitted by the deadline; the winner will then be randomly picked and announced the following day. Prizes include the latest in electronics, fashion, and entertainment. That’s WhatItDo and we only do it for you!

  • AD

    That’s TIGHT!!!

  • You should interview…Anapesi Ka’ili, she rocks!

  • Interview Kalai 🙂

  • Dallas Te’o

    Interview Paula Fuga!

  • Daelasoul9

    I want these speaks! Please interview Elizabeth Lavulo. It´s time for her to share her vision, inspiration and motivation behind whatitdo!

  • Quincy

    Interview (a) Tongan(s) USMC. They are my heros.

  • Molitoni

    Steven Paea and Haloti Ngata. Given the current NFL lockout and possible cancellation of this season, how will this affect them. Also, possible rookie salary cap implications for Steven, due to enter this draft.

  • Juliettuineau

    I have been noticing more Polynesian actors and actresses in past movies, not including “The Rock”- Dwayne Johnson waondering if there are rising stars we should look for and if not, why so many talented hidden stars haven’t yet made it to the big screen, is it due to the culture?! Or the crab-like society we live in… ie when crabs in a bucket are all struggling to get out, one nears the top but another will pull it back down. Sorry long comment but that’s what I want to read.

  • Pound for Pound

    yah should do one on Drew Dreezy, Duane Johnson, and Keanu Reeves…

  • Bosslaydee9

    FINN 😉

  • Moalal95

    I agree with Molitoni. An interview with Stephen Paea would be a great story to publish. Coming from Tonga and couldn’t speak a lick of english a couple of years ago to becoming one of the most dominant defensive tackles out of college. I played with Veni at Oregon State University and his story of going through much adversity is incredibly encouraging to young poly’s everywhere. He is also a Bay Area native! haha

    – Latu

  • Manupix

    im feeling the music, movie & sports entertainers whose rocking our nation… but my suggestion goes to Utu Langi from Oahu, Hawaii, I consider him to be a great influence & humanitarian not only to his culture but to the homeless people he has help to take care of… im not the best speaker.. but ya’ll should look him up!! his story needs 2 be heard amongst this generation of Polynesians.. here’s a cover story about him in dis link:: http://www.midweek.com/content/story/midweek_coverstory/utu_langi/

  • Oliviafelila

    Lalalalove dis web keep it real and always stay true to your roots inspiration comes from your heart luv ya

  • Poutua

    I would like whatitdo to interview the Tongan Princesses. It would be nice to get their perspective on culture, responsibilities/duties and how they maintain “normalcy” in their lives. It would be good to get to know them more on a personal level–their top favorite artists and fashion, etc.. After all, they are the future of Tonga.

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  • You should interview…Anapesi Ka’ili, she rocks!

  • Interview Kalai 🙂

  • Dallas Te’o

    Interview Paula Fuga!

  • Daelasoul9

    I want these speaks! Please interview Elizabeth Lavulo. It´s time for her to share her vision, inspiration and motivation behind whatitdo!

  • Quincy

    Interview (a) Tongan(s) USMC. They are my heros.

  • Molitoni

    Steven Paea and Haloti Ngata. Given the current NFL lockout and possible cancellation of this season, how will this affect them. Also, possible rookie salary cap implications for Steven, due to enter this draft.

  • Juliettuineau

    I have been noticing more Polynesian actors and actresses in past movies, not including “The Rock”- Dwayne Johnson waondering if there are rising stars we should look for and if not, why so many talented hidden stars haven’t yet made it to the big screen, is it due to the culture?! Or the crab-like society we live in… ie when crabs in a bucket are all struggling to get out, one nears the top but another will pull it back down. Sorry long comment but that’s what I want to read.

  • Pound for Pound

    yah should do one on Drew Dreezy, Duane Johnson, and Keanu Reeves…

  • Bosslaydee9

    FINN 😉

  • Moalal95

    I agree with Molitoni. An interview with Stephen Paea would be a great story to publish. Coming from Tonga and couldn’t speak a lick of english a couple of years ago to becoming one of the most dominant defensive tackles out of college. I played with Veni at Oregon State University and his story of going through much adversity is incredibly encouraging to young poly’s everywhere. He is also a Bay Area native! haha

    – Latu

  • Manupix

    im feeling the music, movie & sports entertainers whose rocking our nation… but my suggestion goes to Utu Langi from Oahu, Hawaii, I consider him to be a great influence & humanitarian not only to his culture but to the homeless people he has help to take care of… im not the best speaker.. but ya’ll should look him up!! his story needs 2 be heard amongst this generation of Polynesians.. here’s a cover story about him in dis link:: http://www.midweek.com/content/story/midweek_coverstory/utu_langi/

  • Oliviafelila

    Lalalalove dis web keep it real and always stay true to your roots inspiration comes from your heart luv ya

  • Poutua

    I would like whatitdo to interview the Tongan Princesses. It would be nice to get their perspective on culture, responsibilities/duties and how they maintain “normalcy” in their lives. It would be good to get to know them more on a personal level–their top favorite artists and fashion, etc.. After all, they are the future of Tonga.

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