From: Tyler Emerson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Thu May 10 2007 - 09:33:06 MDT
We have 74 diggs. I have been told by someone familiar with Digg that we
need 250 to reach the Top 10 in Science. Please take 15 seconds to become
one of the 250 people who will make this possible:
You can invite friends to do the same through Digg's "Spread the Word" page.
Also, see the excellent list of comments at the above URL. Please consider
adding your own.
-- Tyler Emerson | Executive Director Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence P.O . Box 50182, Palo Alto, CA 94303 USA email@example.com | www.singinst.org On 5/10/07, Tyler Emerson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > > I just learned about an effort to get the SIAI $400,000 Matching Challenge > covered on Digg's front-page. > > See: http://digg.com/general_sciences/SIAI_seeks_funding_for_AI_research > > According to an unofficial FAQ about the Digg algorithm, news items in the > Science category must receive 70-85 Diggs within the initial 24 hours to > make it to the front-page. As of now, we have less than five hours to secure > enough votes. We need 55. It takes about 15 seconds to join Digg to digg the > item. > > If you want to help us out, please take a few seconds to digg the above > URL. Posting a positive comment will also improve the odds. > > Hundreds of individuals on these lists value SIAI, many of whom are close > friends, so the number of diggs will necessarily increase if everyone avoids > the bystander effect. Nick, Max, Natasha, James, Reason, Spike, and everyone > else who supports the Institute: please take a few seconds to digg the item. > > > Thanks everyone, > Tyler > > -- > Tyler Emerson | Executive Director > Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence > P.O . Box 50182, Palo Alto, CA 94303 USA > email@example.com | www.singinst.org >
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