MHR 441 Dream Manifesto Synopsis Final Draft

MHR 441 Dream Manifesto Synopsis Final Draft - Dylan...

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Dylan Abruscato 10/17/2011 Dream Manifesto Synopsis Final Draft Topic 1: Rewards programs for the hungry (The project I am most interested in developing) Dear people who want to help out but cannot, Did you know that over 250 million pounds of food is thrown away each day? 1 My dream is to solve this by creating a punch-based giving program, in restaurants around the country. As opposed to a punch-based rewards program, my program would donate food to the hungry (not the customer) for every X amount of food purchased on the customer’s card. Hunger in America is inevitable. There are over 40 million people in America that live in hunger 2 , and my system will enable anyone to help. A lot of people want to make a difference, but cannot. Now, they can. Word Count: 100 Mantra: It doesn’t take much to end hunger. Inevitability: Population, Crowding 1,2 http://www.endhunger.org/usa_hunger.htm
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Topic 2: 3D-printing Labs Dear American college students, Did you know that you have the ability to easily create and print any object?
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