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At 6:07am on April 7, 2010, ben said…
Riko - Have just joined the Evoke Group on Kiva and will be searching for some science or technology based projects to support over the next day or two. Just wanted to congratulate you on a great idea! Well done!
At 6:57pm on April 3, 2010, Victor Udoewa said…
Thanks, Riko.
At 6:10pm on April 3, 2010, Victor Udoewa said…
Riko, I would like to join your Evoke lender group. Good idea. By the way, how did you create the photo of yourself. I think it's somewhat lifelike so I'm guessing it represents your actual likeness. How did you do that? Thanks.
At 3:14pm on April 3, 2010, Paul H. Kim said…
thanks Riko. i'm hoping this is something appropriate for my high school students.
At 1:50pm on April 3, 2010, Elastika said…
:) yes I was thinking who you are on UE ... and then I came across your post :)
I hope many more EVOKERS joins Kiva!
At 10:52pm on April 1, 2010, Bruno Vianna Santos Guanabara said…
Thank you Riko!! I hope you enjoy your time here as well. :D
At 6:58pm on April 1, 2010, Lynn Caldwell said…
Hi Riko...just been reading your quest entries - you have a lovely view on the world and also have quite practical non-showing aspects. I notice that Ben had offered help in getting some inspiration for Act 2 etc... I'd like to help, and ask for it as well - if we get stuck and need a bit of a nudge with the missions? Anyway - keep it up, your mission blogs show real thought, rather than just rushing something off. Take care! :o)
At 10:02pm on March 27, 2010, ben said…
Riko - Have you still got a bit of a mental block with ACT2? anything I can do to help?

At 6:42pm on March 26, 2010, ben said…
Riko, Sorry for the delay in getting back to you...actually had to do some work today, v stressful!!

As always Simon has a very good suggestion. Could I offer a couple of my own?

Most people have looked at farming and home growing of food. If you have a technical bent then perhaps you could look at ways to bring people together via a website for food swaps and informal bartering. I might well do something similar for my own evokation but happy for you to do it instead. If you don't like the idea of a website and communicating is more your thing then perhaps an education project to choose a group of people from your community (class, youth group, friends etc) and change there perspective/outlook on food, both where it comes from and the implications for the future.

If these aren't for you then I'm sure we can figure something out.

Cheers and good luck

At 1:53pm on March 26, 2010, Simon Brookes said…
OK well I recommend taking inspiration from other players. Try this new improved search:


Search term - ACT 2

Let me know how things go.

At 12:56pm on March 26, 2010, Simon Brookes said…
Anything I can do to help Agent Kamachi?

Simon [EVOKE Mentor]
At 12:52pm on March 26, 2010, ben said…
What seems to be the problem with ACT2 Riko? Anything I can do to assist?

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