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Expose Our Logo 2017: How To Win the Grand Prize and the Special Awards

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Last week, as part of our celebration for reaching 25 million users, we announced the comeback of our largest crowdsourcing challenge — the Expose Our Logo contest.

Yes, it’s back and so are the exciting cash prizes! We’re giving away a whopping US$10,000 for the Grand Prize winner plus nine other special awards.

In case this is the first time you’re learning about this competition, it’s about exposing the Freelancer logo to as many people as possible and capturing it on video. That simple. This competition is open to anyone (with a registered Freelancer.com account), anywhere in the world. Jump to this page to find out more about the contest.

How can you get the chance to win the Grand Prize or any of the special rewards for that matter?

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What’s in a Winning Entry

To win the Grand Prize, you should submit a high-quality video with creative, fun, and brilliant content that shows how you showcased the Freelancer logo to a large number of people. It’s important that your entry follows the terms and conditions of the contest.

In the Expose Our Logo 2015 challenge, the Grand Prize went to judsonbcfrom the Philippines. He spearheaded various activities to display our logo all over town. It required such paramount effort to show off our logo in so many ways and judsonbc and his team did it amazingly. Check out their winning entry.

How to Win the Special Awards

You can send your entries to compete for different prize categories BUT you can only win once. For example, you went to a popular tourist landmark to display our logo to a huge crowd. After submitting your video, you promoted your contest entry on Twitter and it got retweeted a lot of times. By doing so, you earned the chance to win one of these awards: Traveller, Advertiser, or Tweetcaster.

ADVERTISER (Most People Exposed To): $3,000

Go to a place where there’s massive foot traffic (think: train station, shopping malls, big outdoor events). Put our logo on banners and itemsyou can give away, display it on an electronic billboard, whatever works for you. But is there something new you can do to display our logo to a large audience?

FLASHMOB (Most People Involved): $3,000

Are you planning to invite your entire neighborhood to expose our logo? In 2012, The dataexpert01 team involved around 3,000 people in exposing the Freelancer logo in the city of Chapainawabganj in Bangladesh. The effort paid off because they were the runaway winner in this category.

SUPERSIZE ME (Biggest Logo Feature): $3,000

We’re looking for a supersized hummingbird! Literally the biggest version you can possibly come up with. Be creative and don’t forget to capture on video how you did it.

TRAVELLER (Best Major Landmark): $1,000

Is there a tourist spot near you? Do a lot of people go there every day? Then this is your chance! Think of something interesting to do. Don’t just stand there holding a Freelancer banner. Remember to respect the people there, the rules (if any), and the landmark itself.

SUPERSTAR (Best Celebrity Cameo Appearance): $1,000

How is this even possible? Well, you need to have the connections (i.e. a friend works for a talent agency or a neighbor personally knows a local celebrity). But if there’s none, well you can find a way. Is a popular music artist about to have an album tour near you? Be there! For sure there will be a huge crowd too.

PARTY SOUL (Best Costumes): $1,000

We’ve seen people in hummingbird costumes before. You can wear something fancier if you want. Call the gang, put on costumes with more swag, and be ready to expose the Freelancer logo in front of many people.

VLOGGER (Most YouTube Views): $1,000

Upload your video on YouTube and get the most number of views to win this award. Share the YouTube link on your contest entry page. Also, don’t forget to use the competition’s official hashtags #ExposeOurLogo2017 and #EOL2017 when you upload your video on YouTube. We will require you to send us proof of the number of views you earned before the contest closes on September 20, 11:59 pm Eastern US time.

PAPARAZZI (Best Media Coverage): $1,000

Promoting Freelancer in a unique and impressive way could be your claim to fame. Be featured in the news, on community blogs, or even on a TV show! Just send us the links for validation.

TWEETCASTER (Most Retweeted): $1,000

This is a new award and probably one of the easiest to win! Are you active on Twitter? Well, you should be. Tweet your contest entry link and work to have the most number of retweets before the contest ends on September 20. Remember to use the contest hashtags #ExposeOurLogo2017 and #EOL2017 on your tweet.

There you have it! We hope you find these tips helpful.

Again, to join:

(1) Expose the Freelancer logo and capture it all on video
(2) Upload your video here
(3) Share your entry to everyone you know

Visit the Expose Our Logo 2017 Contest Page for more info.

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Eureka Park at CES 2018 Will Shine the Light on Emerging Startups

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ne of the must-see startup events at CES 2018, the largest consumer electronics show in the world, is Eureka Park. It is here over 800 of the world’s most promising new companies will showcase their breakthrough technology. At CES 2017, over 3,500 financial professionals and 7,000 members of the media, key investors and suppliers descended on Eureka Park to find their next unicorn, and this year the attendance will be even bigger. Eureka Park offers a unique opportunity to spotlight a startup’s ingenuity in front of people who can truly fuel their business.

Within the Eureka Park Marketplace, Arlington Economic Development (AED) is back again as a partner of CES to host the Startup Arlington Lounge (booth #50463) and will kick off their award-winning Startup Arlington program.

Startup Arlington CES 2017

The startup program was created to promote Arlington as a technology and startup friendly community on a national level. As part of the program, Arlington, VA, hosts one startup technology company that wants to build its vision in their backyard. From lodging to workspace to transportation, Arlington invites entrepreneurs to live their dream with support from Arlington and its business partners.

Being across the river from Washington, D.C., makes Arlington a hotbed for tech startups to grow. The Startup Arlington Lounge will feature the hottest Arlington-based tech startups, and founders can learn more about the benefits of growing a business in proximity to our Nation’s capital and Federal agencies (DARPA, ONR and the Pentagon, etc.) looking for dynamic technology.

One startup you’ll be able to meet at the Lounge is SmartGurlz, a line of coding robots and action dolls designed for girls, who were featured on Shark Tank.

Eureka Park is going to be the place for founders who are looking to attract attention, capital and partners, and maximize all the benefits of CES.

Read more about emerging startups in Arlington on TechCo

The article was brought to you in partnership with Arlington Economic Development. Learn more about the Startup Arlington program.

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Kevin Spacey’s first accuser was inspired to go public by others

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When actor Anthony Rapp alleged in October that Kevin Spacey made an unwanted sexual advance on him when he was 14, he was inspired to do so by the dozens and dozens of women who spoke up about sexual abuse and misconduct before him, he revealed to the magazine Attitude.

Amidst the unending amounts of allegations being made against men in Hollywood, media, and beyond, Rapp spoke up with accusations against Spacey, saying that Spacey put Rapp on a bed, got on top of him, and made an advance in 1986 when Rapp was 14 and Spacey was 26.

After that accusation from Rapp, Spacey then publicly came out as gay and was accused of sexual misconduct by several more people. As he likely inspired others by going public with his accusations, Rapp himself was inspired by those who spoke up before him, he told Attitude.

“In this moment, with what’s happened, it’s become clear that people can be believed and that it can have an impact,” Rapp told Attitude. “The entire apparatus that kept people silent and also kept [those guilty of harassment] safe is being dismantled.”

After more allegations came out against Spacey, Netflix cancelled House of Cards, stating that the show’s upcoming sixth season would be its last and would not include Spacey. Spacey was also replaced by a different actor in the upcoming Ridley Scott film All the Money in the World.

Rapp also said that powerful people facing consequences for their predatory actions is positive for not just Hollywood but for other industries too.

“That’s the big sea change, and I hope that it’s occurring not just in our industry, but everywhere and that people are realizing that these things can have an impact, that people do not have to be able to get away with it,” he told Attitude. “To be part of a movement that I think will make a real lasting difference is something that’s bigger than any individual, it’s really a time of reckoning that will transform our industry, and I hope other industries.”

Rapp added that he hopes nobody feels alone when going through something similar to what he and others have gone through, and that there are people who will back you up.

“There is no such thing as truly being alone, which is what I hope this moment demonstrates, that there is strength in numbers,” Rapp told Attitude.

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Photographer Shows The Scary Side Of The “Addicted” Streets Of Philadelphia

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“If people were only interested in models or beautiful women, the world would be a dull place,” claims the photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge, who spent 5 years of his life documenting the lives of social outcasts living on Kensington Avenue in Philadelphia.

The avenue is infamous for drug abuse and prostitution and no one is hiding it – it’s all happening out in the open. At first, the photographer himself was intimidated by the neighborhood and its’ disturbing atmosphere, but the barriers disappeared when he started talking to the people he was scared of. Once he started taking pictures of them, the word got around and soon enough he had random strangers walking up asking him to take photos of them and to record their stories.

“Everybody wants a friend. A lot of people I meet, when was the last time somebody asked them how they were doing? I think it offers a release to be able to talk to someone. You feel like you’re important, like you’re not going to be forgotten. People want to be heard,” Stockbridge explains their need to share their private lives with an audience.

“When you have something so graphic to the wider community, you use beauty to communicate things that are not so beautiful,” the artist describes his approach to making these portraits. He wanted for each picture and interaction to paint the picture of the greater ills of society. The brutal honesty is inviting the viewer to understand and be more compassionate towards the marginalized communities.

Scroll down to see the powerful images and check out the blog to hear the audios of the interviewed people and to read more about the project.

More info: blog | Jeffrey Stockbridge | Kensington Blues book (h/t)

#1 The Twins Tic Tac And Tootsie

“We out here so we can get money so we has somewhere to rest our heads. We look out for each other. If I can’t get money, she gets it, and whatever money we get we share…We need quick money cause we need somewhere to sleep every day. I mean, trust me, we don’t want to be out here doing this. This is the last thing I want to do. But I do what I have to do to take care of my sister. Cause she’s all I got and I’m all she’s got.”

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#2 Al

Al lives in a house off Kensington Avenue without electricity or running water. He sometimes rents his upstairs bedroom to prostitutes in need of a private location for engaging in sex and drug use.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#3 Sarah

“I’m 55 years old, I have a master’s degree in psychology, but after my husband, mother and father, died in a car accident two years ago, I lost my whole family, my career, one, my health, all in one go.”

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#4 Carroll

She told that she often sleeps on the streets during the day to protect herself at night.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#5 Pat And Rachel

They still have children, whom they gave away to a special agency for their protection. “We gave the kids away, people say it’s a selfish act, but I think it’s the best I could do for their better future,” Rachel said.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#6 Tanya

She is 25 years old, working in the sex industry since she was 18.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#7 Bob

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#8 Jamie

“I’ve been raped, and, you know, almost killed really”

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#9 Carol

A local resident, at the time she was 41. Carol told the photographer that she had been doing heroin for 21 years and it became “the love of her life”.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

#10 Sarah And Dennis

The veins in Sarah’s arms were no good for injection, so she asked Dennis for the drug to be injected into her neck.

Image source: Jeffrey Stockbridge

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