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www.jumpintotomorrow.com, a new website that centralizes breakthrough thinking spanning innovations from Art to Aerospace, from Information Technology to Nanotechnology and beyond -- publicly opens its URL at 12 a.m. Pacific April 15, 2008. Everyday the site will give out an award for what it determines to be the breakthrough "Technology of the Day™."
"Just being on the site says something special about you, your product and your thinking," says Sam Spear, CEO. "We've seen that every single day someone, somewhere is unveiling something new, imaginative and often game-changing. It's time this thinking, which in a lot of cases only gets recognized by a small peer group or niche audience, gets the larger attention it deserves. Taking it one step further, outside these breakthroughs there is something bigger than all of us that we not only marvel at, but find unstoppably inspiring."
Additionally, jumpintotomorrow.com enables visitors to group their interests in a variety of ways, from products one can buy to causes one can get involved with, to companies one can invest in and more. Those who wish to reach out to those companies and/or individuals are only a click away.
For its inaugural Technology of the Day Award winner, jumpintotomorrow has chosen the next step in Medical Imaging technology. This device produces instantaneous 3D medical diagnostic images of virtually any part of the human body. "Imaging3's (OTCBB: IMGG) Dominion Vi Scanner not only changes the way we'll be seen, diagnosed and treated; when released, it will remove more of the guesswork, and it'll save lives immediately," adds Spear. (http://www.imaging3.com)
Though the site's goal is to shed light on breakthrough thinking, wherever that breakthrough thinking comes from, another hope is to make what is subjective objective. "Though we choose the Technology of the Day, some may feel we didn't get it right," Spear adds. "That's why every technology's landing page has a voting banner right at the top. Visitors can endorse what they think deserves an award by clicking on that voting banner. The innovation that receives the most votes after one week wins our 'Technology of the Week™' award. It's another way to help give all these innovators more exposure, and equally important, an opportunity for visitors to speak up."
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