Urgent Evoke

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DIY poverty relief?

Hey everyone,



These past few days have been very exciting; reading your blogs and thinking about the situation the world is in made me want to learn more. I wanted to know how I could help further, but on my own budget.



I googled home projects to help poverty and all it came up with was charitable organizations, and expensive power generators. I'm not cheap, but I'm low on cash, so I wanted to find cheap, simple DIY projects to help with this situation. My search was… Continue

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 8:36am — 4 Comments

Link to Sustainable Food

Hey everyone!

A very kind person sent me a link on irrigation and further review of the site led me to a page on sustainable food. It is updated regularly and has good content.

You can find it here.

Just thought I'd share!


Posted on March 11, 2010 at 3:12am

Photoblog up and running.. Now we need photographers!

Hey everyone!

I have setup the photoblog that I described making yesterday. You can see the original blog here. There are now 3 photographers for the blog, but we need more. Anyone who is a shutterbug and wants to show off their pictures (while helping the world), comment, or message me if you are interested.

Thanks!

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 2:00am

Interesting link to skyscraper farms

Well, in response to the new weekly mission, here is an link to Popular Science on skyscraper farming. The technology exists and the idea is sound. Just thought you all would like to check it out!

Enjoy!

Posted on March 11, 2010 at 1:38am

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At 11:04pm on March 17, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 3:38pm on March 11, 2010, Khaled Kurdi said…
Sorry for the late reply, I am also new to EVOKE, love to share anything I can with you...I need to update my rofile so it looks half decent. By the way the picture shows my friend diving beside the Manta... I was beside the photographer... taken in Southern Egyptian Red sea, a few years ago... Love Diving.. Great to be near te Red Sea..
At 8:33am on March 11, 2010, James Ream said…
Thanks for adding me as a friend. Would you be interested in collaborating a twitter game that helps Evoke players track/broadcast/organize their actions?
At 2:24am on March 11, 2010, Michele Baron said…
You are much more organized than I am at writing blogs and submitting photos. I am looking forward to reading all of yours, and sending out some more of mine. Hoping to collaborate on some great projects... Thanks; I'm glad to be part of a growing circle of friends...
At 9:41pm on March 10, 2010, Iftekar Ahmed said…
Actually it is + 7 given i voted on all ur blogs :) hope u can return the favor
At 7:16am on March 10, 2010, Sayel Cortes said…
Thanks for the comment man! I really enjoy my work. Your build up abilities sound pretty cool too!!! sound a little bit like a kind of tech-hippie to me hohoho. Peace and keep in touch!
 
 
 

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