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May 19, 2010
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My Namaqua Sandgrouse - Indigenous Knowledge

The Namaqua Sandgrouse. An indigenous bird found in the area of Namaqualand in South Africa (this is where the bird gets its name from). What's interesting is that the bushmen of South Africa learnt much from them. I decided to make a clay model of the bird for my ACT8 mission.See More
May 12, 2010
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"clever..I like it :)"
May 11, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on Adam Sunman's blog post Why I don't Care about cheaters
"Agreed. The points really shouldn't be the motivation of playing this game!"
May 10, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on Wintermute's blog post Evoke Manifesto
"powerful words..I'd have to say I'm with you wintermute"
May 10, 2010
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May 10, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on michael driscol's blog post I have to share this - its window farming - where ever there is a window, you can have a micro farm!
"this is just great! good work :)"
May 9, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on Deborah Cazden's blog post Can a game like this really change the world?
"yes it can..as long as ideas are put into motion"
May 9, 2010
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May 9, 2010
A.V.Koshy commented on Martin Dyer's blog post EVOKE - What Next?
"season one was about learning season two will hopefully be different me i hope i can be like you at home"
May 9, 2010
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May 9, 2010
A.V.Koshy commented on Martin Dyer's blog post Pandemic Journalism
"yes a free press and a responsible press would be an ideal combination but we need to owrk towards it good post"
May 9, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on Johan Sundqvist's blog post Haiku Manifesto
"very creative! I love it! :)"
May 9, 2010
Martin Dyer commented on Martin Dyer's blog post The Future Of Money - My Transaction
"good points thanks. I'd have to agree that local currencies could very well hold a great part of the solution."
May 9, 2010
Samuel Gyllenberg commented on Martin Dyer's blog post The Future Of Money - My Transaction
"It's interesting, just as i've been reading. But the need for virtual money that anyone could use anywhere, along with the need for more local currency based on status or community deeds puts up a interesting predicament where bank's…"
May 8, 2010
A.V.Koshy commented on Martin Dyer's blog post The Future Of Money - My Transaction
"*soundness"
May 8, 2010
A.V.Koshy commented on Martin Dyer's blog post The Future Of Money - My Transaction
"not sound as a principle of economics but for trade travel etcwould be good... economic soudness needs differentiation that has to be visible in the symbols of exchange and value too"
May 8, 2010

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My Namaqua Sandgrouse - Indigenous Knowledge

The Namaqua Sandgrouse. An indigenous bird found in the area of Namaqualand in South Africa (this is where the bird gets its name from). What's interesting is that the bushmen of South Africa learnt much from them. I decided to make a clay model of the bird for my ACT8 mission.…




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Posted on May 12, 2010 at 9:19pm

Celebrating Strides - Giving Social Innovators The Chance To Do More

A quick share relating to Lindela Mjenxane (http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/lindela-mjenxane-social) and the celebrating strides award..


Johnnie Walker created the Celebrating Strides Awards to both mark its centenary and to recognise aspiring entrepreneurs, artists and individuals in certain disciplines for acting as catalysts to those who want to make a difference. Awards were given…
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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 5:48pm

Lindela Mjenxane - Social Innovation in it's Youth

A share on an inspiring South African social innovator..


“How would I motivate others to become philanthropists? What matters most is your intent. The important word is “intent”,to define your intent, what is your intent inlife, what is your passion. And my passion is to serve my community.”


Lindela Mjenxane, Awardee, Inyathelo Award for Youth in Philanthropy 2007Lindela Mjenxane started the Beyond Expectation Environmental…
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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 5:40pm

Sakhumzi Children's Home - A Story That Needs Telling

Just a share about a children's home in Cape Town..…
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Posted on May 10, 2010 at 5:32pm

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At 9:42am on March 13, 2010, Edrian said…
Hi Martin. THat was a nice pic. A handsign to be recognized!
 
 
 

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In an effort to form an alliance with a water conservationist, I sought to research the best ways for me to better provide for a water-rich society. In my search, I discovered many organizations and various ways to help, but one group that stood out most to me is the Water Charity. Through productive and community organizing programs, Water Charity seeks to provide funds for needed projects to help bring water and different resources to regions of the world in need. My participation in this…See More
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This object is solely the work of Corkboard and sharpie. The meaning behind this artifact is to give light to the Mayan pyramids and how they were aligned with the stars. I personally feel that this artifact can help future Generations understand…
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