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    Posted December 16, 2012 by
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    Mark Zuckerberg, Marissa Mayer and Larry Page Want to Hear from You


    How do everyday citizens effect change?  Do you want to be part of the solution or the problem?


    It all starts with a single spark - somewhere. Some refer to this process as the butterfly effect, much like a pebble tossed into a pond causing a ring of ripples.


    Let us not forget Mohamed Bouazizi, the street vendor in Tunisia, who lit himself on fire on December 17, 2010 and effectively sparked the new Middle East revolution. He became the beloved and appreciated hero who gave up his life in the name of an important social cause.


    Now imagine the increased power and impact of a Social Movement Campaign if you could truly humanize the message sender while having the recipient feel your emotions. In essence, making the connection more personal. And powerful. Imagine Twitter, MoveOn and Facebook on steroids.


    Furthermore, imagine how difficult it is to reach the power elite of our society - Silicon Valley's top CEO's. These are some of the Top CEO's in the World. What would you say to them if you had the chance? What would Stanford University students say to them?


    Here's your chance as a citizen and reader to leave a message for Marissa Mayer of Yahoo!, Mark Zuckerberg of Facebook, and Larry Page of Google.  You are now the spark.


         Marissa Mayer - Saving Yahoo!


         Larry Page - Don't Be Evil


         Mark Zuckerberg - Facebook's Future       

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