Monthly Archives: February 2011

Do you have a great seasteading concept? Win €7500 in the Prix Ars Electronica 2010 / [the next idea] Art and Technology Grant

A representative from Prix Ars Electronica contacted The Seasteading Institute and requested a submission for their “Next Big Idea” grant. Well our staff is too busy to enter the contest for the €7500 prize and three month artist in residency, so we’re turning this one over to our community. If you do win, don’t forget to make a donation to us for our important work 🙂

Here’s the link:

Here’s Prix Ars description of the contest:

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The Streets of Monaco

Cruise/yacht designers and operators are trying whenever possible to deliver something different into the cruise and yacht industry. One of these new ideas is themed yachts and cruise ships. The art of producing a themed cruise ship or yacht is to seamlessly weave a story into every element of the design, and it’s achieved through an extensive consultation with the client during the initial phases of the design process.

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Help Us Name the Seasteading Book (and win $100, a signed copy, and an acknowledgement!)

Following the lead of [Bryan Caplan’s crowdsourced book title](, we’d [like to get ideas for the title of the Seasteading book]( We’re reasonably settled on “Seasteading” as the main title, but we need a subtitle which is exciting gets our central message across.

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