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Jan 16, 2012, 11:47 AM
Post #2 of 2
What's an example of a social problem that has been largely solved or
improved by a community that is primarily virtual?
A million full-time work year equivalents is over 2 billion hours per
year. Is there a scale equivalent of this effort that you can point
to? As in, is that about the same number of work-hours it might take
to rebuild Manhattan in 6 months? Or about the amount of volunteer
hours committed to the organizations under the ICRC?
On Mon, Jan 16, 2012 at 2:35 PM, Luke Taylor <taylorluker1 [at] gmail> wrote:
> I have a idea very similar to Wikipedia (but also very different) and was
> wondering if youâ€™d be kind enough to review it (attached- 1 page). Â Â My idea
> involves technology, organizations and non-profit stuff.
> I welcome any/all feedback in any medium. Please tear it up alive, you canâ€™t
> hurt my feelings.
> Thank you so much for considering! This means the world to me. I thank you
> advance-- I am forever indebted.
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