A call for arms
Henrik G. de Gyor
It's the only tattoo my wife would let me have. So I got two.
The Washington Technology Top 100 tattoo helps commemorate our 10th annual Top 100 issue. There have been many changes during the past decade, and Washington Technology has chronicled the important trends as well as the movement of big players up and down the list.
This year's Top 100 report includes many special features, both in print and online. In our print issue, for example, you'll find a look back at the first Top 100 list, with a report on where some of the original Top 100 members are today. You'll be surprised at who's moved up -- and down.
Online, we've got additional stories and expanded profiles of the Top 100 companies that will be a valuable resource throughout the year.
You too can show your shapes sporting a tattoo in Washington Technology's pages. We are inviting all Top 100 companies to send a photo of their federal executives with Top 100 tattoos. We will run the photos in our IT Crowd section. Sample photo
We'll be sending tattoos to representatives of all Top 100 companies. If you need additional tattoos, please e-mail me. A limited number are available.
Here are the directions for sending photos:
Digital photos should be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org
. They must be jpeg or tiff format, high resolution (at least 300 dots per inch), in color, and at least 2" by 4" (vertical) or 4" by 2" (horizontal).
Hard copy, color photos should be mailed to Who's on First, Attn: Evamarie Socha, Washington Technology, 10 G St. NE, Suite 500, Washington, DC, 20002. Photos will not be returned.
All photos must include the names, in order, of all the people in the photo, the company's name and the name of the person who took the photo.