Vote for KRUU for the Netsquared Technology Innovation Fund award

Voting Deadline Extended to 5pm PDT Monday, April 16th!!

Vote for KRUU on NetSquared; title=&Vote for Open Community Radio: KRUU-LP 100.1 FM

 KRUU is competing for the Netsquared.org Technology Innovation Fund award. Our Project Proposal is Open Community Radio: KRUU-LP 100.1fm. Voting is open between April 9 and 14 16 (voting closes at 5pm PST on 4/16).

If you like listening to KRUU, and support our mission (and our plans of World Dominatoin, of course), then please take a few minutes to do the following:

  1. Create an account at Netsquared.org by going to http://www.netsquared.org/user/register. If you already have a netsquared.org login, just go log in :-), otherwise you'll get login information emailed to you.
  2. Go to the ballot page: http://www.netsquared.org/projects/my-ballot
  3. Select at least 5 projects. Don't forget to make sure that the first one is: "Open Community Radio: KRUU-LP 100.1fm". There are a lot of good projects competing.
    A PDF document with brief descriptions of all the projects can be found here
    Or you can view the abstracts for the projects here
  4. Tell your friends, neighbors, and family to go vote for KRUU. You can just send them a link to this post (right-click on the title above, select 'Copy Link Location', and email this copied URL to your peeps.

So, what the heck is this award about? The guidelines for projects is here. The projects are expected to have the following attributes:

  • Use the power of community and social networks to create change
  • Use existing, or newly developed technology tools for social impact
  • Have a plausible financial model
  • Have a clear way to measure success
  • Exhibit extraordinary leadership, passion and resourcefulness
  • Exhibit a passion for social change

Obviously we think KRUU satisfies all of these attributes. If you do too take a few minutes to vote for us, and help us win one of the 20 awards. You can also find a discussion of the different projects here, in the Netsquared forum.