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Tuesday, July 14, 2009

Progress report: Laying the groundwork

Project 10100 Now is progressing incrementally. Here's a list of what we've already done:

  • Published the website We've already launched a stripped-down version of the main web page at
  • Joined Facebook and Twitter We've launched both a Twitter account and a Facebook group for our project. Show your support by following us and joining our group.
  • Drafted open letter The keystone of our plan is an open letter to Andy Berndt, the man in charge of Project 10100. The letter has been drafted in two languages, and it will be posted here once it's ready.
  • Gathered email addresses Once everything is ready, we'll issue a press release to all of the major tech blogs. If even one writes about our project, our marketing campaign will be a success.

Although we've come a long way already, we still have a few things left on our to-do list.

  • Upgrade the website Before we launch the website, we need to get the retweet button working, add a list of the most recent tweets about our project, and let Spanish-speakers find the translated web page and open letter.
  • Style the website One of the most important things left for us to do is to make the website look good. We'll go for a spartan, Google-themed style with a splash of red for urgency.
  • Upgrade this blog We've made progress on the style of the blog already, but we plan to make it mirror the features of the main website, as well as showing the most recent of our Twitter updates

We're making progress, but we still have a lot left to do. If you have any suggestions, or you'd like to help, please contact us at We'd love to hear your opinion.

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