Articles tagged with: media
As part of my work with the Ford Foundation, I wrote this essay/report: @crossroads: Democratization and Corporatization of Media in Indonesia. The title says it all. If you want to know more, you can download it here.
And below is the presentation I gave on the same topic at the Ford Foundation office in Jakarta.
@crossroads on Prezi
being a scholar »
Last Monday, Kevin Finneran, Editor in-Chief of Issues in Science and Technology, came to where I work (CSPO ASU) to give a workshop on how to write op-ed. It was a useful and enjoyable one-hour-and-half workshop.
Here are some tips from him as copied from my notes… plus some pics from google!
Ten worst role models for writing op-ed (for general audience)
commentaries, research & teaching »
Tomorrow on the Networked Publics Conference and Media Festival, at the Annenberg Center for Communication, there will be some screenings of various DIY media, such as political remix, digital handmade, anime, etc.
research & teaching »
Annenberg Center for Communication
University of Southern California
April 28-29, 2006
This two-day event will bring together new media scholars and practitioners to exhibit and discuss the roles of audiences, activists, and producers in maturing networked media ecologies. The event is organized by the Networked Publics fellowship program at the University of Southern Californiaâ€™s Annenberg Center for Communication.
commentaries, politics, technology »
My article entitled “Cyber-Urban Activism and Political Change in Indonesia” has just been published in Re:Activism issue of the Eastbound.
ASiA, International Institute for Asian Studies (IIAS) and Waag Society organize, in cooperation with V2_Rotterdam
Cyberasia Part 1: Asian Cyberpolitics
Wednesday March 29, 20.00 â€“ 22.00 hrs
Language: English, Entrance: free
at Waag Society, Nieuwmarkt 4, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
commentaries, social-cultural, technology »
Can one imagine what possible relationship can emerge between jamu (Indonesian traditional herbal medicine) and cellular-phones? These two objects, jamu and cell-phones, never popped up simultaneously in my mind, until I saw an advertisement posted in Kere Kemplu’s blog (he has a superb, smart and hilarious blog about various socio-cultural issues of Indonesian society).