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Evoke Season 2

New Challenges - Depletion of Marine Wildlife, Ocean Level Rise, A World Without Money

Locations - Whereever there is internet access. Focusing on Africa again may increase African participation since the network already has a base from Season 1.

People - Perhaps more encouragement from policy makers - there could be a weekly mission submission from a spotlight government official.

New Changes - It`s an amazing networking, learning, and knowledge-share tool. I`ll have to…

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Posted on May 13, 2010 at 2:56am

Groceries to the Rescue!





It's 2011, and the newest pandemic (dubbed Leaky Bum) includes, among other side-effects, a serious case of diarrhea. Hospitals are full of Leaky Bum patients, and the kitchens are strained to provide stomach-friendly food to everyone. Quick! Emergency call to groceries! Hospitals post online what food they need, and grocery stores log-in to fill the order. Knowing which food is in high demand, groceries can inform their suppliers in… Continue

Posted on May 12, 2010 at 1:07pm

Ushahidi-LA



As noted in the investigation links for Mission 7, higher temperatures, less rainfall, and strong Santa Ana winds are contributing to more frequent and ferocious forest fires in California. Being from Los Angeles County, being prepared for this kind of natural disaster is paramount. In the event of a crisis, I think the Ushahidi platform could be a very important tool for quickly collecting, analyzing, and acting upon different kinds…

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Posted on May 12, 2010 at 8:18am

The Barefoot College

"A hundred years ago, when villages in India had no urban-trained professionals with impressive paper qualifications, what did the villagers do? They developed their own knowledge, skills and wisdom..."





So begins the Kivu.com case study… Continue

Posted on May 11, 2010 at 1:00pm

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At 10:44pm on March 29, 2010, Bongumusa said…
It is great to see your work. As a welcome, see my blogpost called IMPOSSIBILITIES=LIFE CHALLENGE
 
 
 

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