As promised, a set of clues to help people taking part in the SayBox Treasure Hunt competition (I even made them rhyme, just about):
E is for email, easy, and ein. L is for lamp, a lightbulb to shine. I is for info, an ad server task. X is quite simple, so who could you ask? A is for a free, where could it be? N is more tricky, think "don't say it", see. T is right there if you're searching so near And the logo is spread out, 3 parts to clear. The face is well hidden, with those of it's kind The legs are elsewhere, as an underline And the arms you should see, they're as clear as can be If you're reading this post, they're in my siggy!
Entry, rules, and discussion of the contest and the clues should be kept to this thread
After looking through the comments in the discussion thread for this contest, I thought I'd better make a few points clear: - yes, all the pieces are hidden, and have been for several weeks now. - no, a tiebreaker contest will not be held. The winner is the first person to find all the pieces, and if nobody finds them all, then nobody wins. - yes, a few of the pieces were intentionally made very difficult to find.
I'm not going to give any more specific clues as to the location of any of the pieces, however, I will say a few people have got very close to finding the last piece. It may also help you to know that there are 5 pieces on the website, and 5 on the forum.