Dell does good: social innovation competition

Dell launched a really kewl site and contest, in conjunction with University of Texas. Called the Social Innovation Competition, the contest encourages post-secondary students "worldwide to come up with ingenious ideas to change the world".

Love this! The contest ends soon, so if you know any post-secondary students who might be interested in the $50,000 prize, get them to check out the site for more details.

If you're not a student, you can vote for your favourite idea.

Contest closes Feb. 20, 2009.

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