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 – or so people say. 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.
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