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Mitch Altman maltman23 at hotmail.com
Fri Jul 15 15:52:41 PDT 2011


Hi Jake, Matt (cc-ed on this), one of the organizers of this project mentioned the possibility of meeting with Loudsauce.  But I don't think he has.  It could be way helpful for an intro to connect with Colin.  Could you? Thanks,Mitch.
  From: jake at gaffta.org
Date: Fri, 15 Jul 2011 14:07:14 -0700
Subject: Re: [Noisebridge-discuss] (no subject)
To: krasnykh at gmail.com
CC: maltman23 at hotmail.com; noisebridge-discuss at lists.noisebridge.net

Great idea. LoudSauce is a crowdsourcing platform for buying public ad space for social messaging on a variety of platforms. This would be a great collaboration and I know their founder Colin if anyone is interested in connecting with them. It's like kickstarter for taking over billboards and TV time.


http://loudsauce.com/
Jake

On Fri, Jul 15, 2011 at 10:59 AM, Olya K <krasnykh at gmail.com> wrote:


Can someone maybe make a project on kickstarter.com? I've never done it and don't have much time to explore. But once (or if, i guess) that's up, I can promote/fundraise through social networks/e-mail threads.



I'd also be willing to help on the actual physical project once the money is secured.
Olya

On Tue, Jul 12, 2011 at 3:25 AM, Mitch Altman <maltman23 at hotmail.com> wrote:













Hi Everyone,

 

Anyone interested in helping get huge billboards up to
promote maker/hacker culture?

 

I’ve been involved with talks with The Tech Museum, MAKE:
Magazine, TechShop, and Hacker Dojo about getting billboards up to promote
maker/hacker culture.

 

The person behind making this happen is Matt Spergel, who
has some good experience in hacking the billboard system to get great coverage
for cool projects.  Matt managed to get a
huge billboard up on I-680 to promote libraries and education for a few
thousand dollars (rather than tens of thousands).  The result:

http://bookable.wordpress.com/2009/07/13/worlds-largest-public-library-advertisement/




and he got lots of great press for it!

 

Matt’s idea now is to have 3 huge billboards to promote
maker/hacker culture, with the logos for Noisebridge, Hacker Dojo, The Tech
Museum, MAKE, and TechShop:

·        
1 street level billboard in San Jose (most
likely downtown?) 

·        
1 street level billboard in San Francisco 

·        
and 1 kick ass billboard on the skyway in SF. 

The one on the skyway usually retails for $30K a month, but
Matt’s contact/friend at CBS Outdoor can swing all of these for about $7,500.  A mockup is attached.



We are $1,000 short of this goal, and I agreed to try and
raise this on Noisebridge’s behalf.  The
other groups have already come up with the following amounts of money for this
project:

·        
Hacker
Dojo:  $1,000

·        
MAKE:  $1,500

·        
TechShop:  $1,500

·        
The Tech
Museum:  $2,500

·        
Noisebridge:  

 

If a bunch of people each kick in a few dollars, we can
easily come up with the $1k to make this happen.  I’m starting this off by pledging $250.  Anyone else in?  

 

You can add your pledge to the wiki I created for this:

https://www.noisebridge.net/wiki/Billboard

Or, just email me.

 

The billboard campaign starts on 25-July, so we have 2
weeks to reach our goal of $1k and make these 3 billboards a reality!

 

Objectives of the campaign

1) To grow maker/hacker culture.

2) To create more visibility for our organizations.

3) To get more people involved who will add to maker/hacker culture

4) To promote more collaboration amongst the orgs in on this billboard





Please email me with any questions.

 

Thanks!

Mitch.

 

 		 	   		  

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