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Susan Monroe
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Okay, let's do it! 

But it has to be submitted by Monday, this coming Monday, Oct. 20, so I'm going to need some help.

Paul, you threw down the gaunlet, so pick it up, put it on, and let's get to work.

And that includes anyone else who wants to add their thoughts.

Just two rules:  Give the question number, and KEEP YOUR INPUT SHORT AND SWEET!

Here are their questions:


Google Project 10 to the 100th

1. What one sentence best describes your idea? (max 150 characters)

2. Describe your idea in more depth. (max 300 words)

3. What problem or issue does your idea address?  (max 150 words)

4. If your idea were to become a reality, who would benefit the most and how? (max. 150 words)

5. What are the initial steps required to get this idea off the ground? (max 150 words)

6. Describe the optimal outcome should your idea be selected and successfully implemented.  How would you measure it? (max 150 words)

7. If you’d like to recommend a specific organization, or the ideal type of organization, to execute your plan, please do so here. (max 50 words)

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Ack!  I'm just now seeing this!  Damn!

Did you get everything submitted?
 
Susan Monroe
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Right or wrong, yes, Sunday night.

Do you think any of the people voting know what permaculture is  Anything left to the decision of the general public who spend most of their time watching TV would seem to be ..... uncertain, at best.

We shall see.

"A selection of Google employees will review all the ideas submitted and select 100 for public consideration. The 100 top ideas will be announced on January 27, 2009, at which point we will invite the public to select twenty semi-finalists. An advisory board will then choose up to five final ideas for funding and implementation. We plan to announce these winners in early February."

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