LitLiberation, first and foremost, depends on you and your friends.

It is a new competitive fundraising model that is, unlike a few wealthy donors at a fundraising dinner, scalable: it can grow to $1 million, $10 million, $100 million and more. If it hits the tipping point and others emulate it.

LitLiberation is organized by Timothy Ferriss, author of The 4-Hour Workweek, and here are just a few of the people involved:

Marc Andreessen (co-founder of Netscape and Ning)
Rohit Bhargava (VP of Interactive, Ogilvy PR Worldwide)
Drew Curtis (
Jason DeFillippo (creator of, co-founder of Metroblogging)
Seth Godin (New York Times best-selling author)
Tom Foremski (
AJ Jacobs (Editor-at-Large, Esquire; author of “The Year of Living Biblically”)
Noah Kagan (That guy)
Sean Keener (CEO of BootsnAll Travel Network)
Minjung Kim (Hot Rawker and Tech Kisser)
Dave McClure (500Hats)
Matt Mullenweg (Founding developer of WordPress)
Neil Patel (Pronet Advertising)
Fabio Rosati (CEO of Elance)
Darren Rowse (ProBlogger)
Robert Scoble (Scobleizer)
Premal Shah (President of
Brian Solis (, PR 2.0, Principal of FutureWorks PR)
Neil Strauss (New York Times best-selling author of The Game and others)
Gina Trapani (Lifehacker)
Steve Hanselman (co-founder of LevelFiveMedia, former group publisher for Harper Business)

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