How many people who successfully got a ticket played with the I/O Game they released a few weeks ago? I'm thinking that if you shared one of your creations, it increased your chances of getting a ticket. If you didn't get a ticket, did you tinker with the I/O Game? #io12 .
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- Yeah, I was wondering that myself. I had a few creations I shared and got a ticket, although it was 17 minutes into the process. Admittedly it wasn't a very cool machine but it worked with all balls. Maybe if it was cooler I would have got a ticket sooner. I think Input/Output Game and the Google+ requirement was telling of their intentions. Obviously if they said you must complete and share one machine to be eligible it would have undermined the process.Mar 27, 2012
- I made this: Input Output - Google IO 2012 HD and I got in no problem, right at 7am. I had to retry once, but aside from that it was a very slick process.Mar 27, 2012
- Nicely done! Not exactly scientific proof of the I/O machines being used to prioritize tickets but I have clicked around on people that didn't get tickets that said they tried consistently for 20+ minutes and found many with empty Google+ accounts and no shared machines....Mar 27, 2012
- Yea, I talked with a few people too and it doesn't seem to affect a person's chances.Mar 27, 2012
- What about if you inadvertently uploaded a low quality version of your video to YouTube, but then later, realized it and re-uploaded the same thing in a higher quality version? No?Apr 3, 2012