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A.V.Koshy, extraordinary contributor, commentor, and rebel on Evoke Season 1 is a tireless and insightful hero. Choosing from among his 161 blog posts, 20 discussions, 21 photos, and 5 videos (among these ony 82 remain; there were so many more) is an almost impossible task. A loyal friend and supporter of many on and off evoke, koshy is a master network builder, colleague, and independent thinker.

Setting milestones is no new occupation to koshy, but his EVOKATION: AUTISM FOR HELP VILLAGE PROJECT is a unique, inspirational, and heartfelt effort which deserves great attention and support.

One of my favorite Koshy comments is: on Kevin DiVico's blog post 'Evokation - EarthFall - the commentary of the Earth' : 'yes, kevin you've gone and done it :) '

and one of my favorite comments about koshy is from Nick Heyming , who said: "Wow, I leave for a couple weeks and you've totally taken Evoke over. Way to go Koshy, you found out the secret to success one here: give lots and lots of people quality feedback. I wish I could have stayed on top of everyone's posts over the past few weeks, but am glad you were here to keep giving people valuable perspective. Good luck!"

Good luck, koshy, as Evoke Season 1 finishes. I look forward to your future work, and congratulate you on your epic winning performance.

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Comment by Ternura Rojas on May 20, 2010 at 9:19am
HIP HIP Hurray for Koshy!
Comment by Michele Baron on May 20, 2010 at 2:25pm
go koshy, and ternura, and all the heroes of evoke!!
Comment by John D. Boyden on May 20, 2010 at 2:36pm
Yup :) AV deserves the accolade! WTG Koshy!

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