Urgent Evoke

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This is the new agent rest stop. Here is your chance to share what brought you here, where you have been, and where you are going. You could post about you community, and what you want to learn here to help, or tell us about world change you would like to be part of. You could give a quick overview of what you are doing in highschool, what have been working on since graduating college, or how your career has been. You can ask for help, offer help if you can, or just cool your heels before becoming an super agent. I know you can do it! Just think about who you are, and share with your fellow agents! The Evoke community is ready to listen! With your post here, you are saying "Hello World!" Lets hear what you got!

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Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 18, 2010 at 7:46pm
Keep checking up Nina, perhaps you will see some of them here^_^
Comment by Iyamuremye Jean de Dieu on April 18, 2010 at 9:20pm
Great post Gabriel Martin.
Comment by Scott Chan on April 18, 2010 at 11:57pm
Thanks for reaching out Gabriel. It's nice to connect with folks all around the globe.
Comment by Casey McMann on April 19, 2010 at 4:59am
Thank you for welcoming me! I found out about Evoke through Jane McGonigal's TED video about how increasing gaming can save the world. It was thought provoking and made a wh*** lot of sense to me. So I immediately searched for the games that she mentioned and here I am now. I have really enjoyed everything that I have learned so far, and can't wait to see how wide my eyes can be opened and how vast my understanding of the reality of the world and humanity will become. Knowledge is definitely just step number one, and I am excited to see all the different ways that missions will tie in the action. I feel so motivated already!
Comment by Richard Beresford on April 21, 2010 at 7:19pm
Great Thread Gabriel, worth of a place on the discusions forum imo. I also came to Evoke after seeing Jane Mcgonigal's TED video, and after 27 years of my own life experience which seemed to be leading me here. That fact that Jane's perspectve and my own on game's and the potential power they hold to change the world were so aligned meant i simply had no choice, it was fated - I'm one of these 'Gamers' She's talking about though a bit older than the bracket she refers to in her ted talk. Having spent the first 23 years of my life learning about 'the real world' and realising I wasnt to big a fan of the way it was all going right now, I retreated into the online world of WoW for a good 3-4 years. I am/was a WoW virtuoso - though i came to it at 23, prior to that my main focus was learning (science, logic, maths, languages, pshycology etc) and that never stopped, it just changed from the institionalised learning found in schools/universities to the collaberative learning experience provided to us by the internet. Once again this is to long to be a mere comment, so I'll copy it as a blog as well, and link it here ;)
Comment by Richard Beresford on April 21, 2010 at 7:34pm
Sorry for my many spelling errors, If you saw how fast I typed you would understand :S
Comment by Gabriel Martin on April 21, 2010 at 8:02pm
lol totally worth it richard, nice to meet you
Comment by Elora Ramirez on April 21, 2010 at 8:11pm
Gabriel - well done. :)
Comment by Casitas Lake on April 22, 2010 at 8:16am
It is great that everyone is so welcome to the new Evoke agents. I am a gamer, I love online gaming, although as of late I have not had much time to do it, my attention has been on my graduate school and the desire to live outside the game world some. Today I saw a post to my FB wall by THINKGEEK, and it was a talk that Jane McGonigal gave at TED. It was an amazing presentation! I had to look up Evoke. So I read about it, and decided to give it ago, cause right now I in my life I am looking for something more, finding myself, and learning more, the desire to make a difference has become really strong as of late. As I have gone through the first few missions I am learning so much about myself and about my community, I am so excited.
If nothing else just finding the guy I am shadowing as my Hero has been incredible, but to turn accomplishing real life things into a game, into a think tank... that was brilliant.
Comment by Pradip Dey on April 24, 2010 at 6:19am
Dear Gaabriel,
Good day!
II think in the wh*** timeline of universe, I don’t have even a wink of time to do anything other than embracing personal integrity and probity. This philosophy has carried me this far and I hope to cross this lifetime holding closely the same philosophy and my philosophy is what I am.
With regards,
Pradip Dey


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