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Urgent Evoke is all about saving the lives of people and fixing global problems. We need you and you're amazing ideas to help save the world. We are an organization that recruits and mentors agents to start helping finding ways to be efficient to save resources and to be eco-friendly. To save and care for our earth.

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Posted on May 20, 2010 at 2:37am


Evoke has been an interesting experience indeed. I'm sure Season 2 will be even more fun after the feedback the other evoke agents have suggested. I know that for one thing, actual gaming type of gameplay would be nice. Kind of like how you would go on facebook and play the facebook games like farmville. Things that help make it more interesting. By incorporating the ideas of evoke into the game objectives.

A perfect example is a game online called Ayiti- The Cost of Life ,…

Posted on May 20, 2010 at 2:33am

Local Problems That Could Be Faced In The Future - LEARN7

Hmmm, I;m not sure really what kind of problems my community or society could face but I think unemployment might be a big issue that is occurring everyday. i work at the Library and the State Government is planning on doing a huge budget cut on the Libraries. Keeping them closed on the weekends, and reducing employment since shorter days and hours will probably kick into effect.

Not only is it our Libraries but many things in our community. I know another huge budget cut…

Posted on April 19, 2010 at 3:12am — 1 Comment

My City's Adaptive Capacity - ACT7

I read this PDF file about adaptive capacity of electric power in New York City. It deals with restoring power and new ways to produce and transfer power throughout the city right after the September 11th attacks. Its an interesting doc**ent and I encourage readers to read it.…

Posted on April 19, 2010 at 3:00am

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