Today, Google announced Project 10^100 on their official blog. The company is gathering ideas for projects that have the potential to change the world and help as many people as possible, thus they named it project 10^100 (pronounced “ten to the hundredth” or “10 to 100”). Google is set to select the 100 best ideas submitted to the project and then ask users to vote on which ones to fund. These votes will determine the 20 finalists and a group of judges will then choose the five best ideas from this pool. Google has committed $10 million to fund these ideas.
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Idea name: DREAMS NETWORK
6 small boxes, 1 great idea…
1. What one sentence best describes your idea? (maximum 150 characters)
Establishment of social network where people with same dreams would help each other reach them
2. Describe your idea in more depth. (maximum 300 words)
Everyone would post 10 childhood dreams or personal goals in their lives. People with same interest would participate and help each other reach it. Everyone would post twitter-like post about their progress with each dream.
3. What problem or issue does your idea address? (maximum 150 words)
People have dreams but don’t know how to reach them.
4. If your idea were to become a reality, who would benefit the most and how? (maximum 150 words)
Simple, young or middle-aged people with little money to play with
5. What are the initial steps required to get this idea off the ground? (maximum 150 words)
Establishment of facebook-like (but much simpler) social network that is all about dreams.
6. Describe the optimal outcome should your idea be selected and successfully implemented. How would you measure it? (maximum 150 words)
People would reach their goals in life and make friends doing it
Submission for Project 10^100 are due by October 20.