Added by Jennifer Jain on May 13, 2010 at 4:00am —
Please watch this video on youtube:
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 12, 2010 at 2:30pm —
This is what I would create:
It's a website/ iPhone or iTouch or other app phones app. That has a system where you can share information of whats going on in the world. Or if you have medical concerns you could go on the app/ website and ask a doctor. There are folders for each catigory and discussion topics. It's very easily accessible through any device that connects to the internet and very useful for all kinds of emergencies. Being the administrator for the web page isn't that hard… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 12, 2010 at 6:00am —
What are the goals of the EVOKE network? How does it work?
The goals of the EVOKE network are the same as it has been for the last couple years, to make people do something for the community in a fun way rather than having them play a game that doesn't do anything for the community.
Who are the members? Why do they join?
The members a million people from all around the world. They join either to support a good cause, learn, because they want to do… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 12, 2010 at 5:20am —
UNITED STATES, NEW YORK 9-11-2001
It's a warm day, people are working in cooled buildings like everyday.
As the sun rises very early in the morning, the news blasts out a special report about the Twin Towers. They are saying that the towers have collapsed, the videos are being repeated over and over again. There were planes that flew into the two buildings making one fall… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 12, 2010 at 2:59am —
Season one has been a great experience for me. The following contains of what I think Season 2 should contain.
EVOKE should tackle…
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 12, 2010 at 1:00am —
I Interviewed one person whose name I will keep anonymous.
"I think our city is pretty adaptive with respect to businesses and especially residency. It is more residents friendly though. I have not seen many international people in this area. An effort to encourage and promote international residents in the city will help bring diversity and bring better resilience to the city.
After I shared the information about our city's resilience strategies… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 11, 2010 at 7:50am —
The secret of crisis communication I picked was: Managing panic in a Pandemic. It is important to mange the panic to ensure that the government remains calm. This is a five step process: safety, calming, connection, efficacy and hope.
Normally we think of panic as in running around and screaming and going crazy. But panic can also be mistaken for a means of protection.
Public trust is very important even when you are trying to be a leader. President Obama has so many supporters… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 11, 2010 at 6:44am —
The Barefoot Collage promotes employment for youth in India. The collage focuses on the traditional teaching that make students less dependent on experts and technology. The skills taught provide basic human rights like food, water, shelter, health care, and so on. This collage teaches very good skills while it doesn't use up mush money. 400 staff members work at the collage. The teachers always learn more as they teach which is a win win benefit. "The Barefoot approach has challenged the… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 11, 2010 at 6:30am —
I am 100 years old and the elder of my community. I am the oldest person in the community, therefore in charged of passing down valuable knowledge to the youth. I will make sure they know what the best farming areas are and what the soil is like. I will tell them about our city when I was younger and my lifestyle. This may give them key information to living in this city. I doubt my city will remain an Indigenous city. More people will come from different places and settle here. When they do… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 11, 2010 at 4:00am —
One project is to Train 100 football woman coaches in Rwanda, where $10 will provide 10 official coach badge and $12 pays for two meals and $15 pays for field rental. In the future, I can see Rwanda having a great football team, the games being intense filled with experienced players. The games have been broadcasted live on television. Teams making it to a competition and getting far. Then woman are acknowledged for their participation. Everyone is happy.
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 7, 2010 at 5:00am —
Since I don't have a Facebook or Twitter I managed to tell people on www.Goodreads.com
I created a new topic in most of my groups asking for people to help Women get their rights. I will update this post if I find out that someone has donated.
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 3, 2010 at 4:00am —
Three Palestinian girls reached the next level. They have been selected as finalists for the Intel Science Fair, it was a remarkable achievement to get this far in a world that is dominated by men. They will be completing against 1500 others with their walking stick that can "see" prototype. I wish these girls luck and I hope that they win first prize to show the world that women are as smart as men. There are many Science fair winners who happen to be girls. Just look at this webpage:… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 3, 2010 at 4:00am —
Reporter: Giving you the inside news is Cassy Fields at the new Teletute Bank in New York City.
Cassy: I am here in front of the new bank created by three teenagers Claudia Fesken, Derek Fesken, and Ashok Sherma who want to help people who lack basic human rights like food, water and shelter.
Ashok: We are very similar to the world bank although we aren't as big and we only have one focus point. In addition, we are a type of charity that takes in… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on May 2, 2010 at 6:30pm —
This is the first time I've ever known what the trading system was called, It's called bartering. I recently traded a book that was of no use to me for a book I've never read. I've also traded a helping hand for another helping hand. I am thinking that if our economy goes at a downfall we may be able to survive by going back to the traditional ways of the bartering system.
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 22, 2010 at 4:30am —
I watched a doc**entary a long time ago. It said something that made me think for a long while. It was true. The brilliant piece of information that I had to think over was:
If there was no debt, we wouldn't have a need for money.
Take some time to think over this, is it true or not?
Unfortunately that debt will never go away. Therefore money will always exist. And as I look at our economy right now, there is too much… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 22, 2010 at 4:00am —
In 2020 I'd love to get a wh*** bunch of people to sign there name. Which means that they want clean water. After the list has traveled the world I'd like to send all presidents a copy. Another thing I'd like to do is create a national pump day, where everyone lines up at a pump and pumps gallons and gallons of water until their hands tire out.
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 22, 2010 at 3:30am —
I may get together with a leadership group and take part in this challenge: http://thewaterproject.org/thewaterchallenge.asp
In my previous blog post, you have read about the things this non-profit orginization does.
Till then, I will try to donate, inform people about the lack of water and ask if they could take part in…
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 22, 2010 at 2:30am —
www.thewaterproject.org is a non-profit organization that helps people in need of safe water. They help build wells and filtration systems in communities with a lack of clean water. So the woman wouldn't have to make the 3 mile trip to the stream and back. This Christian organization started… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 22, 2010 at 2:00am —
Everyone has touched their music player, cell phone, computer, tv remote in the last 12 hours right? Well it's an everyday instinct. You press a couple buttons and it comes to life. But what if there were no buttons? What if it was like the iTouch, but instead of touching the screen you touch your arm? Or you could touch the closest hard surface and control your computer that is miles away? I think that Technology is heading in that direction already. Next thing we know. We'll be touching our… Continue
Added by Jennifer Jain on April 19, 2010 at 8:30pm —