The pilgrimage is nearly complete. Today's shrine, a hand-made ode to Ganesha, is the last iPod Shrine of the Day. The rest of you shrine-keepers have until midnight EST tonight to enter your devotionals and win an Apple iPod 30GB video player. Tomorrow will begin the first in a series of elimination rounds that you the reader will vote on to help Gizmodo's editors determine who has the worthiest shrine of them all.
The competition is serious. There are shrines representing Islam, Buddhism, Hinduism, Christian-ism, Apple-ism and even Robot-ism. Yes, Robotism—don't miss this video of the iBot in action. And while I'm on the subject of videos, the "Saint Steve" picture frame from this iShrine video is a true work of art.
Here's the deal, and it's the last time I'm going to tell you: Entries must be accompanied by a photograph in JPG format—72 dpi, max 400 pixels on the top side. Please, NO HUGE PHOTOS OR WE WILL CRY (download Gimp if you don t have a good photo editor). Also, write us two or three sentences describing the devotional, its symbology and what makes it sacred. Send entries to firstname.lastname@example.org with IPOD SHRINE in the subject line. Repeat: Entries must be sent to email@example.com with the subject line IPOD SHRINE; all others will be unceremoniously deleted.