Urgent Evoke

A crash course in changing the world.

Sven Fritzsche
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What Happens Next?

I liked the idea of Evoke a lot but there are a few changes that I would suggest:

  1. Evoke should be more international: haveing people from all over the world tackeling the worlds problems may result in many different views on a certain problem. People from Africa would probably see an african problem a lot different then people from germany do
  2. Evoke should be more individual: I don't feel like haveing every agent tackeling the same…
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Posted on July 2, 2012 at 7:59am

Evoke Manifesto

Evoke brings the power of changing the world to everybody. In Evoke you have to tackle missions about social problems and come up with solutions. Thinking about your own solutions and reading others creates great ideas for global problems.

When you join the Evoke network you become an official Evoke agent. As an Evoke agent you have special powers like knowledge, local insight or vision. As you create more and more solutions for global problems you gain more and more powers and so…

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Posted on June 27, 2012 at 4:58pm

risk = hazard + outrage

I chose the Covering Risk secret. In this article Peter Sandman writes about risks and how people see them. He splits up risk into hazard and outrage and explains what he means by this. Outrange basicly is the peoples reaction. It describes how upset or affraid they get about a certain risk. Hazard on the other side is the actual scientific risk to kill or hurt people or the environment. I think that it does make total sense to make this distinction. Especially during crisis people tend to…

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Posted on June 25, 2012 at 1:32pm

2086

It's 2086 and I'm 100 years old now. Since I've probably lived a great part of my live I'll tell my grandchildren and of course everybody else to simply enjoy it. In the end it really doesn't matter if your rich or famous. What does matter is how you've spent the time you had and if you enjoyed it! Helping people that aren't a fortunate as we are in the western civilization brings joy and it helps them to enjoy their lifes. But there are also many things to do around here to help people to…

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Posted on June 18, 2012 at 3:14pm

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