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hmm, where do I expect to see myself in ten years? Well I expect myself to be ready to answer the call to the Tokyo food crisis, and many other potential crisis's, with supplies, camera, and crew in hand. In ten years, if things go according to plan which I will make certain they will. I will be a broadcaster of some sort, using these skills to expose stories, and get exposure to places in need to get them the well deserved resources they need. The Tokyo food crisis for example, I would intend… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 4:51am

Eben Bayer

I chose to follow Eben Bayer as my hero to shadow. Choosing him as my

hero to shadow follows the theme of my first blog post. Don't fight

culture, change it. His ideas are to target things in culture that no

one really thinks about, or if they do it's a passing moment. We know

its bad but we let it happen. Such as, "this toxic white stuff", or as

majority will know it as, Styrofoam. Styrofoam is everywhere, not just

in packaging, but in our coffee cups, our walls,… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 3:16am

Don't fight culture.

Don’t fight culture (If people cook by stirring their stews, they’re

not going to use a solar oven, no matter what you do to market it. Make

them a better stove instead.)

This makes me think of the big bottled water craze. Personally I am against bottled water. Not only is it pointless and really not at all different from regular tap water, ok well except maybe the taste, yum...the taste of plastic leeching into your water...but anyways I digress. It is also wasteful in every… Continue

Posted on April 11, 2010 at 2:39am — 2 Comments

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At 5:44am on April 11, 2010, ben said…
Welcome to Evoke Kate. Don't forget to submit your posts as evidence and pick up those power points...great vision on your thoughts for bottled water btw.


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