Voting takes place on January 27, 2009. Google will be picking the top 100 ideas, of which 20 semi-finalists will be selected through public voting. From there, Google advisory board will then select up to 5 final ideas.
After the final ideas have been picked, Google will bring them to life. They will commit $10-million to implement the projects.
I like how Google is doing this. Hopefully, its successful enough that not only a lot of people conceive great ideas but also help the World. If any, I wouldn’t be a bit surprised if those 5 or so finalist show up on TED Talks.
More details available at project10tothe100.com. Good luck everyone! Let’s change the World positively.
Earlier today, Adobe hosted its special web broadcast entitled, “Something Brilliant”. It was held to introduce to the new Creative Suite 4.
Adobe Creative Suite 4 delivers tightly integrated software and services that measurably improve productivity and enable you to produce richly expressive work in print, web, interactive, video, audio, and mobile.
Finally, Heroes is back. Definitely one of my favorite shows of all-time. I saw the “Countdown” show last night. Looking good for Season 3 is what I can say.
Anyways, Season 3 episodes starts at 9pm (Pacific). NBC is saying its two back-to-back new episodes. So that should make it from 9pm-11pm; a two-hour season premiere pretty much. But if you would like to catch up on what’s going on, you can either watch the Countdown show at 8pm or watch the last five episodes on the NBC site by going here.
PS. If you totally are new to Heroes, I’d recommend collecting the past two seasons’ DVDs. You may click on the linked images below to purchase them from Amazon: