How did we not spot this earlier?

Hexxeh, an official Friend of Pi and hardcore-Chromium-type has this to say (whole post copied below, ‘cos it’s brilliant):

So a good friend of mine James (@Nxxus) is taking part in Extra Life this year to raise money for charity. More specifically, they’re trying to raise money for Children’s Miracle Hospitals.

On the 20th October, he and two friends will be embarking on an epic 24-hour sponsored gaming marathon, where they’re aiming to complete every Sonic game they can get their hands on (currently at a total of 19!).

Now James has set a few targets for his campaign:

  • $200: Continuing past the 24 hours until they’ve finished every game on the list (livestreamed), unless there’s a medical reason they must stop
  • $500: Complete removal of his eyebrows (livestreamed)
  • $750: Dye his hair white (which he’s been growing for something like 5 years)

Now, because raising money for kids hospitals is awesome and seeing one of my best friends dye his hair white is icing on the cake, I’d like to help James out, by adding a fourth goal:

  • $1000: If we reach this amount, I’ll release the in-progress Raspberry Pi Chromium OS image. Be aware, it is VERY slow and unusable, but lots of folks have been asking me for it anyway, so here’s your chance to grab it. I’ll also join James live on his livestream on the 20th October for all to watch.

If anyone can suggest extra goals, things I could do to persuade people to donate, then I’m open to suggestions!

So, where do you donate? Click on the following link: http://goo.gl/eY8Ak