Originally, Jakartass was set up as an attempt to improve my writing style, which inherently means thinking. So, it’s a diary of sorts and I wrote: Your mother may have told you that it’s not the done thing to read others’ diaries, but in so far as Jakartass is concerned, my life is an open book. I hope you enjoy the read.
And some do. I'm always grateful when others online deem Jakartass worthy of a permanent link. But why
? is my occasional cry. Like a tramp panhandling to raise money for a $
ex change op, I sometimes beg to differ.
Check these out and maybe you will see what I mean.Makara Futsal Club
You will be pleased to note that although I get an honourable mention, my portrait is not among those on display.Stainless Steel could very well be the metal of the 21st Century. Its beautiful shiny lustre and ability to combat corrosion, with the fact it is 100% recyclable, make it the man-made metal whose time has come. Less than a century old, stainless steel has become an integral part of our everyday life.
Yep, that's Jakartass - an integral part of
(y)our everyday life.
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Yes please, yes please ~ except it's just a bit too late for me.
A regular reader here is Senopati Wirang. He is a seeker of intelligence, which begs the question of why he comes here. His blog intel oh intel ...
is in Indonesian apart from this Disclaimer Notice: All statements of fact, opinion, or analysis expressed in this blog are my own. This is not necessarily reflect any official or views of Indonesian Intelligence Agency or any other Indonesian Government entity, past or present. Nothing in the contents should be construed as asserting or implying Indonesian Government endorsement of an article's factual statements and interpretations.
A bit like Jakartass then.Living La Vida LocaSketch book, Interesting findings from internet, Daily ramblings..all wrapped into one.
Only a little bit like Jakartass then.
has largely given up writing in English but she remains a regular reader here.Papa Doh
blogs in Indonesian from Sidoarjo. I hope he can continue to post local news about Lapindo's malfeance.Radon Dhelika
also blogs in Indonesian, but from Singapore. Both eye and brain pleasing.
has a feeds page with digests of posts from her favourite sites. Jakartass is in interesting company.
Anyone anywhere who wants to get the flavour of Paris could do no worse than check out Le Spectateur
, a Malaysian in France who thinks and then forgets
. This has been on my blogroll for quite a while.
Paris has long been one of my favourite cities, one that I'll never forget. (Gilda, ça va bien?
) Why isn't there an equivalent blog about Jakarta? One with a great layout and cool photos and a guide to the good flea markets, le Metro
, the bread shops, and the public transport ..... oh!Tutu Tupai
is, as far as I can make out, a street artist, although he/they may be a collective. Most cities are basically shitholes in their seeming anarchy, with all kinds of pollution and chaos hiding whatever beauty there may be. I've long advocated murals and carefully designed graffiti for bare cement walls and this site is a record of part of that artistic movement.
Oh, and he hasn't given me a link but I think he deserves one.