How to Participate

There are many ways to help this project — the most important of which is to tell people about this site!

Included below are some of the best methods to help spread the word about Find Satoshi.

Online
Digg this site

Give us a thumbs up on StumbleUpon

Post about this site on your blog, LiveJournal, Myspace bulletin, Facebook note or StumbleUpon journal (be sure to email the link to findsatoshi-at-gmail.com)

Offline
Tell someone about this site!
– That means friends, family, internet pals, and anyone else you can think of
– Tell your university’s sociology professors about the project
– Pitch the story to your local newspaper or television station
– Do you know someone who lives or has lived in Japan? We need their help! Please contact them, and contribute your research:

Documents
High-res image of Satoshi

Coming soon: stencils, flyers and more!

Useful text
feel free to use this when writing about the project!

Is it possible to locate a man, given only his photograph and first name?

A UK games company is testing the power of the Internet by asking that very question; they have recruited one of Earth’s 6 billion residents – a man named Satoshi – to participate in this experiment.

We are each only five to seven people away from any target in the world. Someone, somewhere, knows Satoshi — so we must track these people, and thus Satoshi, down using word-of-mouth communication. People from over 80 countries are already participating in the hunt, with more joining every day.

Find Satoshi has caught the attention of such media outlets of ABC News Now (http://abcnews.go.com/Video/playerIndex?id=2820107), the New York Times (http://pogue.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/01/22/6-billion-degrees-of-separation/) and the Guardian (http://blogs.guardian.co.uk/games/archives/2007/01/23/find_satoshi.html).

Visit HelpUsFindSatoshi.com for more information, or write to findsatoshi@gmail.com.

Ideas? Suggestions? Send an email to findsatoshi-at-gmail.com!