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Piyush Mishra
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Power shift learn3 Fly kites for energy :)

I had once seen this video on TED from Sault Griffith...
I just loved the concept as I loved kites when i was a kid and i saw the same glare in his eyes when he was giving the talk
The power generated is decent and its very very easy to control the power generated just by changing the span of the kite...

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 5:48pm — 1 Comment

Social Innovation Act1 James O’Brien

I chose Mr.James O’Brien, Principal of Brooklyn Community Arts & Media High

School (BCAMS).

In my previous blog I had mentioned my Kushal Shah as my teacher and mentor in life. He has a very similar vision and has started a similar school (just a little more traditional than this one) Sandeepani Vidyapeeth(SanviD)

I didnot know about his school at all and I came to know about him coz of this game...

Fell in love with EVOKE for… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 4:16pm

Social Innovation

I tried to get a single LEARN1 but I just couldnt find it. I got four of them

  1. Provide skills, not just finished technologies ,
  2. Make it inexpensive and

  3. Innovate on existing platforms
  4. Listen to the right people
I am a web developer and a gamer...

Being on these two bases, I have the "… Continue

Posted on April 1, 2010 at 6:59am — 2 Comments

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At 3:29pm on April 1, 2010, Pradip Dey said…
Thanks Piyush for invitation. Let's share knowledge in EVOKE platform. Regards.

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