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I reported earlier this week on a Twitter-based contest to define the word “innovation” in 140 characters or less (i.e. the maximum length for a message on Twitter). Over the course of the week, there are several definitions I’ve supplied and now it’s time to vote on your favorites by noon EST on Friday, January 23.

To review all the entries in the IDEF 140 (Innovation DEFinition) contest, click here.

If you’re inclined to vote for one of my definitions, consider choosing #2, “Innovation – The magic of imagining, implementing, & improving upon what’s been done before to benefit others” since it seems to be the favorite among my submissions.

If you’re not on Twitter currently, vote in the contest by starting at step 1. If you’re already on Twitter, you can start at step 2.

Step 1. Go to http://www.twitter.com/ and join. All you need to enter is your name, your desired user name, and password.

Step 2. Once you’re on Twitter, go to the home page and in the box at the top of the page under the question “What are you doing?” paste the following:
@toddschnick 2-Innovation – The magic of imagining, implementing, & improving upon what’s been done before to benefit others. #IDEF140

Step 3. Hit enter.

Thanks for supporting the contest, whether you vote for my entries or not!
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Mike Brown

Founder of The Brainzooming Group, and an expert on strategy, creativity, and innovation. Mike is a frequent speaker on innovation, strategic thinking, and social media.

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