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ACT1: SeeClickFix

This mission certainly introduced me to a lot of people and organizations I had previously known little about!

I really wanted to shadow Verne Harris of the Nelson Mandela Foundation, who has written eloquently on the effects of apartheid on social memory. Unfortunately he doesn't appear to have a social… Continue

Posted on March 6, 2010 at 9:50pm — 2 Comments

Power Evocation: Courage

I hesitate to say it's my favorite Evoke power, but it's certainly an important one: courage.

Regardless of the skills you possess, it takes courage to put them into action, as action always entails risk, large or small.

  • Want to collaborate? Great! All it takes is the courage to ask people to work with you -- whether you're pitching your own idea or joining an existing group.
  • Want to create? It takes courage…

Posted on March 5, 2010 at 10:28pm — 9 Comments

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At 8:29pm on March 8, 2010, Ayala Sherbow said…
Re: Friending
Friend or don't friend, it's your call.
I am erring on the side of creating more connections rather than fewer at this early stage of this experience. I don't know where each connection will lead -- that's kind of the point. The largest reason I was drawn to make a connection was that we were located within an hour of one another geographically and if participation in this will lend itself to real-world action, proximity is a bonus.
It's your call.

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