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I'm writing a paper about EVOKE. I was hoping you could leave problems you see with EVOKE in the comments of this blog so I can investigate and analyze them to try and improve the game. Thanks.

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Comment by Nicholas Nagao on March 25, 2010 at 11:23pm
Can I suggest you ask for positives or unexpected benefits as well? This seems like such negative tone to come to a site with...

Here's something I wrote about you might be interested

http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/epic-wins-on-evoke

If you really want to find problems you can use the search feature at the top of the page too.
Comment by John D. Boyden on March 25, 2010 at 11:27pm
Thanks for post. I'll look over my blogs...My focus is on positives, but there are improvable features too. I consider this a Beta experience. Here is oneof mine: http://www.urgentevoke.com/profiles/blogs/life-game-playing-cheatin...
Comment by Keith Adam Britt on March 25, 2010 at 11:29pm
Nicholas... I appreciate the positive attitude, but I really am looking for issues. For a positive spin, if people would like to include possible solutions to the problems they see, I'd really like that info as well. Thanks for the comment.
Comment by Greg Stevenson on March 25, 2010 at 11:32pm
Cool, from your studies you look just the man to write such a paper. I think you might need a copy of the database to do anything definitive with the statistic side of your knowledge though.

i.e. Has anyone noticed the numbers that have accepted the various missions?
- A sixth of all participants have bothered to get to the first part of the first mission.
- Not many at all have completed all missions so far and uptake is shrinking as missions goes on.

I'm sure Alchemy has the tools to search out percentages of positive input vs negative input. Practical input vs inspirational input etc, etc. I'd love to see the stats on it all. Perhaps it will come out in the end.

As for your neuroscience skills, we all need our brains read. :-)

As for what can be improved, I guess anything we write where game play can be improved as bugs etc are better reported on the link at the bottom of the page.

Is the aim of the game to win (get the most point's, share in the sponsors prize pool, gain the ear of a stronger change agent), or to push change activity into the real world?
Comment by Nicholas Nagao on March 25, 2010 at 11:34pm
Gotcha, well there are a number of discussions going on about the way the leaderboard used to work. Check out my blogs and you'll see a catalog of that as well as a few other things that I'm trying to improve with the help of the users rather than the creators. But to me, those aren't problems, but fun challenges for the userbase to solve together.....Looks like you're in the military, I learned that type of thinking from a former manager of mine that was in the Army. If you looked at opposition as a problem, you'd be demoralized in combat right? That's why I'm trying to spread the same mentality soldiers use, which is to work the challenge and come through it stronger as a team.

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