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At 7:48pm on April 7, 2011, Raphael Schnurr said…
Thanks for your comment last week, when I started with my first post! Nice project here.

At 12:42pm on March 29, 2011, Karen Griscom said…
Hi Mita,

Thank you so much for helping me get started. My class is meeting today, and they are super excited.

Can't wait to start EVOKING!

At 4:16am on May 11, 2010, Patricio Buenrostro-Gilhuys said…
Hi Mita!!! Thanks so much for the awesome, AWESOME link!!! Thanks for showing me Significit lab!!!
At 1:24pm on May 5, 2010, Ken Eklund said…
I second everything happyseaurchin has said!
At 11:25am on May 5, 2010, happyseaurchin said…
not sure about
"cities are our future"
i think they are our past having outlined their use...
and thus the notion of "citizen" would also be eroded
and the wisdom of natural living be learned...

i like your 1 million solution...
i think the question would be better if it were 1 million in a small area
imagine what a million-sized town could do if they worked together...?

despite our difference
like everyone in this game
i think we share more similarities

you are a good person :)
and i hope at the end of this game
they don't just pick top scores or someone out of the hat from the top 100
and we have a way to personally recommend
because you'd get my vote :)

be well!
At 6:27pm on April 26, 2010, Thys van der Veer said…
What is the Sanachie, Alberta, tour? Did you hear about that?
At 5:55pm on April 26, 2010, A.V.Koshy said…
when does the time out end mita?
At 7:53pm on April 23, 2010, Elora Ramirez said…
love the quote you have on your "what are you evoking?" :)
At 3:32am on April 13, 2010, Michele Baron said…
Back on Evoke. Thank you Mita. See you online tomorrow, maybe. Take care.
At 12:01pm on March 24, 2010, Rahman H said…
Thanks, that's really amazing!
At 8:10pm on March 19, 2010, Brian Jørgensen said…
Thank you, I will try to read that one!
At 8:18pm on March 17, 2010, Rahul Dewanjee said…
At 11:11am on March 14, 2010, Odium said…
Thanks so much for your comment on my blog! =) I hereby dedicate that quote to you =P All the best!
At 4:55am on March 13, 2010, J R Ellis said…
Thank you, Mita, for your response. I'm not a huge dreamer. I work from the realistic side, having faith in myself and knowing what I can accomplish. I'm a believer in changing the world one person at a time. So EVOKE, so far, seems a departure from my comfort zone. I see this as a chance to reach out and network more.
At 10:48pm on March 9, 2010, Linda Holt said…
Hey there - I was reading on another blog when I came across your comment regarding Peter Block. I wrote in response on that blog - but wasn't sure you'd see it - I am reading Civic Engagement and the Restoration of Community by Peter Block right now! He is a student of Werner Erhard's work (one of my heroes) It's available as a free PDF book if anyone is interested: http://www.peterblock.com/assets/Civic.pdf
I love it when the synchronicity begins to flicker into flame.
I look forward to reading your blogs!
At 12:43pm on March 9, 2010, Andrew Perry said…

Just read your essay on how you came to work with the Evoke Network.

All of them were very cool, I really enjoyed your story especially.
At 7:53pm on March 8, 2010, Andrew Perry said…
Hey Mita,

Awesome suggestion about working with the Agent Librarians to get it to work on the community collaborations. Looking forward to working with you.

perry's projects
At 1:09am on March 7, 2010, Rachel Donahue said…
Immune to analysis paralysis? What's you're secret?
I'm big on action, as well, but sometimes frozen by curiosity + the curse/gift of being able to see all angles.
At 2:02am on March 5, 2010, Caroline Meeks said…
We need to make Open Source a big tag here!
At 9:08pm on March 4, 2010, Ayala Sherbow said…
Mita, thanks for your response to by blog post about 2020. It's nice to feel heard. If there is anything I've learned from a decade of parenting is patience. It *might* be possible to have/do it all -- but not at the same time. I feel like I still have a larger contribution to make -- but right now i don't know what that will look like.

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