Sunday, August 17, 2014

Bill Gates Accepts ALS Ice Bucket Challenge of Mark Zuckerberg in Creative Way

Watch Bill Gates accepts the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge of Mark Zuckerberg in a creative way to do it better than it’s been done.
Lately, Everyone in Facebook is dousing themselves with a bucket of “Ice Water,” Ever wonder why? The movement started with a purpose to raise awareness for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), a neurodegenerative disease which is also known as the Lou Gehrig's Disease.

Mark Zuckerberg and Bill Gates Join The Ice Bucket Challenge

Okay, for those who are still unfamiliar with the trend, follow my approach below:

1. Grab a Bucket of Chilling Ice Water
2. Lift it up the bucket of ice water with a space above your head
3. Pour it over your head and have someone film the whole thing.
4. Post the clip to Facebook, G+, or Twitter then hashtag it with (‪#‎icebucketchallenge‬), and challenge some people (including celebrities) to do the same within 24 hours or have a donation for $100 to the charity.

After Mark Zuckerberg does the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, Challenged by Governor Chris Christie , He dared both Bill Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and Reed Hastings to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge within 24 Hours.
Yesterday, Governor Chris Christie challenged me to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. I accepted his challenge, and now I'm challenging Bill Gates, Sheryl Sandberg and Reed Hastings next.You guys have 24 hours to complete the challenge or you have to donate to the ALS foundation -- or both.Finding ways to treat and cure ALS is an important cause. Find out more here:

Bill Gates, after 2 days, took the challenge offered, but seeking to do it better like nobody has ever done it before.
I’m glad to give to ALS, it’s a great cause. I want to accept this challenge and do it better than it’s been done.
So before he’s up on dumping the chilling water on his own head, he drew up a design of a dorky hig-tech contraption for a low-level performing task of pouring the bucket of ice water on his head which is more convenient.

He also showed the miniature adaptation of the device he designed, which comes from a small wooden version of the contraption and a paper model of him holding a small piece of rope connected to the small bucket.

The 58-year old former CEO of Microsoft challenges Elon Musk, Ryan Seacrest and Chris Anderson before pulling the rope.
After getting done I’m here to join the people bringing attention to Lou Gehrig’s disease by taking the ALS ice bucket challenge. I’m going to challenge three more people: Elon Musk, Ryan Seacrest, and Chris Anderson of TED, you have 24 hours. Good luck.

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