How can the Internet make the world a better place?
The OECD (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development) is using YouTube to find out what you think. OECD is a "global forum for new ideas to create prosperity in developed and developing countries."
In Seoul, Korea, on 17-18th of June, "government ministers from more than 40 countries, global business leaders, technical experts and academics are meeting to work out how the Internet can improve the world."
You have a chance to have input. Some of the rules of engagement to participate are:
- participants must be at least 13 years of age
- videos should be 1 minute in length or shorter
- participants are encouraged to "think outside the box" and be original, creative and imaginative.
Remember, you only have until June 16th 2008 (Korea time) to upload your submissions.