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This is my first blog on Evoke. I learned about this new effort of Jane McGonigal from TED 2010. This looks very exciting. I'm looking forward to participating!

First project: Poking around the site a bit and getting the lay of the land.

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Comment by Pathfinder on March 4, 2010 at 12:00am
Welcome to EVOKE. Not even 24 hours into the release of the innovation machine, it's growing at an exponential rate and it should be a fantastic ride. Hope you stick around!
Comment by Raymond M. Kristiansen on March 4, 2010 at 12:02am
Hey! Welcome :) I am also new, well, I joined some hours ago. Hmm, did TED 2010 take place lately? Did Jane present this site? I should go check the TED site out!

Looking forward to reading more from you here.
Comment by The Garden Earth Project on March 4, 2010 at 5:57am
@Pathfinder - Thanks for the welcome. I'm very much looking forward to participating. This looks to be a fabulous experience! You are part of the production team? If so, nice work! I expect to be around for the duration!
Comment by The Garden Earth Project on March 4, 2010 at 6:16am
@Raymond M. Kristiansen. Nice to meet you :) Yes, Jane presented EVOKE at TED 2010. I happened to stumble across her presentation which lead me to this site. I have dabbled a bit in producing ARG's myself, and am a great admirer of her work. Check out this WIRED article about her presentation. Unfortunately, I can't find the TED talk. It was in session 6, "Invention".
Comment by kiyash on March 4, 2010 at 6:27am
Hello and welcome to EVOKE! There are some really fascinating ideas about the future of agriculture being discussed here already, I'm sure you'll find lots of interesting things to read and discuss. Jane's TED talk isn't online just yet, but I'm sure it will be soon.

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