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Have you seen the new Leader Cloud yet? It is pretty neat!

This page is not linked to from the main page yet, but we are a few people who are monitoring the site, and this popped up on our radar. It looks interesting, and yet not fully formed. More features are probably in the works (I have seen screenshots of other implementations, but those I will not share here)

There are several things I like about this. First of all, for instance, it shows people between 1 and 9 points. SUPER!

I cannot express how psyched I am by that. Now we have a way to give attention to some of those guys who are starting up in the game, who havent made a lot of friends yet maybe. Who havent found ways to channel their work into sub-spheres on Evoke.

What do you think about the Leader Cloud as it looks now?

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Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on April 1, 2010 at 3:15am
Wait a minute. What is your interest in Panamerica? What is your thesis about? What questions do you ask in that thesis?

Me, if I were to do a thesis on Panamerica - well I guess it depends on the field of study. It could be psychology. How certain aspects of our behaviour works against us, so that those good things we do (like the good things Panamerica did) become invisible. Drown in the 'bad things' in the eyes of some.

This reminds me of the wh*** discussion of Panamerica as an upsetter of the system. Subversive element. If we look at the real world politics, then there are people who are seen as 'dangerous'. Be that natural medicine people within the discussion of medicine/public health, or others. People who work against the regime in some authoritarian countries.

So, yeah, why the interest in Panamerica?

Now, I dont know how many votes he had and to be honest I dont care :) He is gone now, I talk with him on Delta, and I think he is doing fine. Exploring other things. Doing what he wants to do.

If you get 500 votes, you dont automatically get 3000 total votes. What on earth gave you that idea? :D

Ok, I should stop writing in this thread.
Comment by Turil Cronburg on April 1, 2010 at 3:19am
Cool beans! Thanks for the sneak peek.

And I'm just slightly proud of myself for (unintentionally) being one of the top 50 agents to give others power votes, though I've clearly got a lot of work to do to catch up to Koshy, and a few others with their 600 and someodd votes for other people!

Nice work, EVOKE folks. The game is indeed evolving...
Comment by Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys on April 12, 2010 at 3:08am
I love reading the links of this ocean of creativity, knowledge, innovation and passion!!! I love giging votes to everyone!!! It´s fun!!!
Comment by John D. Boyden on May 1, 2010 at 12:34pm
lol love your content is still king! I think it is great that beginners/lower point peeps get highlighted. that becomes a great encourager. +1 knowledge share


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