American Antigravity News: March 7 2005
- Dear All:
Thanks again for the continuing support and assistance with our efforts to
transform American Antigravity into a non-profit. The next of our strategy
is beginning an appeal for corporate sponsors, and if you have any
suggestions or corporate contacts that you'd like to pass along, it would be
a great way for us to jumpstart our own fundraising process.
We're trying to learn a bit more about American Antigravity's visitors &
supporters. I received over 10,000 email messages in 2004, which seems like
a lot -- except that American Antigravity is getting over a million visitors
a year. This means that most people come & go, often without providing
feedback. Of course, everybody who's sent emails can attest that I try to
answer every single one of them (which is usually my day before noon).
If you have a few spare minutes, I'm urging everyone to complete the poll
questions -- the link is in the news-section at American Antigravity.Com.
It's a free service from Bravenet -- sorry about the popup ad (there's only
one, though). These are baseline questions about how you connect to the
internet, your favorite format for interviews & news stories, which writing
& presentation styles you prefer, and (of course), a top-picks section for
YOUR ANSWERS WILL HELP US DETERMINE WHICH TECHNOLOGIES TO FUND!!!
So please get your vote in at American Antigravity:
Mark McCandlish Interview:
This one is a bit late, but two days before the Peter Jennings UFO-special
last week, I asked Ted Loder from the Disclosure Project and SEAS Power to
refer me to somebody -- anybody -- who could speak effectively on the
subject of UFO Propulsion Systems. He gave me one name: Mark McCandlish.
Obviously we all have opinions on whether or not UFO's are real -- however,
I'm trying to have fun with the idea, and in the process of the interview I
was surprised to hear Mark talking about a number of the same technologies
that I've been following leads on in the last few months.
More Corporate Pages:
I've been adding to our corporate pages, and this weekend finished adding a
button for PayPal donations. Additionally, I added pages listing some of the
positive feedback that we've had from the press, as well as a "Corporate
Sponsors" page to hopefully provide additional information for business
owners thinking about sponsorship.
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