We want to help people by connecting them to the worlds best solutions, by essentially creating the equivalent of a Wikipedia for all possible solutions, to any problem, in any 'area' of life.
This would mean whether you type in the name of your city, or that of something purely conceptual like the name of a language or cyber-community, the site generates a list of all the problems in that 'area', with the highest ones displayed at the top.
Once you click on a problem, the site shows you a list of all potential solutions for that specific problem, in that specific area.
We have plans to include a ton of support features that help people communicate with groups in completely new ways too. To get a sense of what this looks like you can visit our 'demo' posted at Mockup.Lawgen.Org or ask us anything you'd like at TheLawgenProject@gmail.com
We're seeking help networking to gather just about everything a non-profit needs. -More collaborators, beta-testers, crowd-funding, tax-deductible-donations, social-media-likes&followers, and endorsements from organizations and celebrities.
Participation can take many forms. We could draft official letters for contacting organizations we'd like to partner with, or you could just meander about the internet talking with random people in an effort to get them to join us, or at least 'like' us on Facebook. The sky's the limit here, you could help us take over Twitter or blog, or vlog, or anything else useful. You could even experiment with a little of everything, whatever's good for you.
*Note, there's more to this than just a wiki:
We're also making it possible for groups of all sizes to make their own ballots and vote as equals, to begin proving we have the technology for people to 'represent' themselves. We'd like to begin proving politicians are technologically obsolete, it will take time and a lot of work but people are already beginning to run for office promising to use the net to network directly with their voters on everything. Once there's a well known, trusted medium for these people to 'run', it might become unnecessary for people to sell out to raise advertising money to get voter's respect and support. Theoretically they could just master helping citizens directly and getting their support through actual leadership. Theoretically a large enough body of 'Open Party' representatives could introduce and vote-in legislation that ends the act of voting for politicians itself entirely, (once a superior alternative has been worked out, as well as an agreeable transition plan).
Our project's dreams are large, but even if we should only manage to produce a wiki for all solutions, we could still end up helping a lot of people, so we feel good about it. If this stuff sounds interesting to you feel free to check out our info at Lawgen.org or contact us directly. It's always interesting seeing what questions people have, (and valuable, since it's our job to produce media that accurately answers peoples questions).
- People Skills
- Social Media / Blogging
- Relationship Building
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment