Monthly Archives: June 2020

User Experience Writing (UX Writing): How Intriguing Is it?

I stumbled upon Aulia Rahmani Soendoro’s tweets on Twitter (@aulley) and followed her writeups on Medium.com. There I discovered some promising future for writers to survive in this increasingly digitized world. As the late Steve Jobs put it, “There’s an … Continue reading

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Jakarta and My Love-Hate Relationships with It

Yesterday was the so-called anniversary of Jakarta. Some people think the 22nd of June was chosen just because the capital had its own anniversary for us to celebrate because otherwise it felt weird. Indonesians love festivities, celebrations and parties. And … Continue reading

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Ethical Reflections for Teachers (From “The Red Teacher”)

What can teachers give to their students? People would most probably answer: knowledge and wisdom. But sometimes teachers can give their – almost – whole livelihood and future career, like Tae-nam. Depicted as a young, faint-hearted man who happens to … Continue reading

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