1 year API key to build applications on the CDNPAL Search REST API framework. Whatever can consume REST API can use this, including but not limited to iOS, Android, WP7, Flash and other development tools, plus all previous tiers.
Access and a perpetual license to use and modify the full CDNPAL Search source code in any way you want including the REST API framework, the WWW crawling robot, the algorithm based search map/reducer, and the iOS, Android and other front end applications as tarballs and Amazon AMI Instance images plus 1 year of community support via member forum plus all the previous tiers. *NOTE: The search engine stack is based on Apache HBase, Hadoop, DataNucleus, and Spring Framework 3 which provides the REST API. You can download the stack freely.
A color poster of the class and module hierarchy overview of the CDNPAL search engine from it's big column data store to it's algorithm crunching WWW data factoring, to it's REST API delivery to GUI clients and all previous tiers
A special CDNPAL artwork picture book containing the story of the search engine, with colorful pictures and graphics including scenic pictures of venues in Los Angeles, where parts of the search engine were made.
Your advertising link on top of every search matching up to 5000 search terms no matter what on the desktop version of search for an entire year in rotation with other funders at this level plus all previous tiers.
Your advertising link on top of every search matching up to 5000 search terms no matter what on the mobile(iOS & Android app and web) version of search for an entire year in rotation with other funders at this level plus all previous tiers.
Dinner at the CheeseCake Factory in Los Angeles with the founders Shaun and Christopher where you will be presented a certificate for helping to fund CDNPAL search plus all previous tiers. * You must show up to claim this prize.
Your name or company name permanently etched across the footer of the website as a producer, and you get your own private REST API function of your choosing to factor the WWW data we have plus all previous tiers.