Suffering somewhat from the non-malignant condition known as Scrivener's Scrawn, I'm more than happy to turn over the posts herein to folk who've got something more to offer than my usual musings.
Hence the recent series of 'culture shock' posts and now these interesting appeals, the first left as a comment.
Esther Rocamora is the Spanish manager of Tasty Productions. She says that in a few months (she) will be coming to Indonesia to burn (film?) a low-budget documentary (Great Tasty Tour) on Indonesian cuisine. I had thought visit Jakarta, Yogyakarta, Bali and Makassar. I wonder if I chose interesting places.
She knows she says that "it is not very interesting cuisine (which M agrees with) but my documentary is a great project to discover the cuisine of eastern Asia.
If you think you could help me my project interesting. I hope your answer - here .
I’ve been working on the Emergency Mitigation, Preparedness, Response and Recovery 2009 Global Summit and Exhibition in Singapore in October 2009 and I came to an advice that I should explore the use of new media such as blogs, twitter in the pursuit of community collaboration.
Your website came up as a blog critical to helping Aceh rebuild from the devastating disaster. Could I interest you in writing an article about it and be featured in our website?
I asked Enda Nasution if he'd be interested in co-writing something because he set up Indonesia Help in the wake of the Tsunami, a blog I contributed little to. However, his "schedule is kind of full with other projects few months ahead."
If anybody out there has something to say on 'the use of new media', I'd be pleased to hear from you. Frank may be too because I've got few thoughts on the matter, at least as far as Indonesia is concerned.