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IMAGINE10 - What is EVOKE?

The secret of Evoke is public.

We have the year 2021 and Evoke already existed for 11 years. Many people are now wondering "WHAT IS EVOKE"? Evoke is a network that is facing many problems. With the thousands of agents discovered new ideas to improve the world. No matter what problems there are with the help of Evoke all the problems can be eliminated! The agents come from anywhere in the world. All are attending Evoke to improve something. Everyone wants to help other…


Posted on July 2, 2012 at 8:41am

LEARN10 - Season 3 of EVOKE

Because at the time already the second season of EVOKE runs I want to make my suggestion for the third season.

In my opinion there is one thing that is particularly important. THE CHILDHOOD!!!In many countries, children have to work in order to be able to survive. Children in poor countries have no way to live a normal childhood. I think there should be missions in which agents try to help children around the world. In each country, especially in developing countries,…


Posted on June 27, 2012 at 6:30pm

LEARN9 - Managing Panic in a Pandemic

I picked "Managing Panic in a Pandemic" because it seems to me most important after a pandemic has broken out. Journalists help the government with the crisis communication. The article includes five different aspects that are important for dealing with panic.

1. Public trust is a big issue

2. Push technology

3. We don’t deal with what we house in our minds

4. Good things happen if you do them

5. Questions Journalists Can Ask



Posted on June 25, 2012 at 3:12pm

IMAGINE8 - 100 years of life

Dear readers,

I am now 100 years old. When I was a child I could not imagine to get so old. I have seen a lot in these 100 years. And I noticed especially the childhood and the strong various change of childhood. When I was a kid there were no computer games for me. I've played a lot outside. The technology has changed the childhood. The children were running around with cell phones and may their lives without the Internet, smart phones and computer games are no longer present. It is…


Posted on June 14, 2012 at 8:45pm

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