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To Be a Good Entrepreneurship Reporter, Don’t Be an Entrepreneur

So here’s the rule of thumb for entrepreneurship and business reporters out there: Don’t be the person you want to interview and write about. In other words, don’t be an entrepreneur or business person. This piece of advice sounds a … Continue reading

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The Roadmap to Writing Like an Expert

Anyone can write. Your 4-year-old child can write simple sentences on the wall of his bedroom. Your nephew writes an essay on how more civilized and developed this country can be without Trans TV airing Raffi Ahmad’s live update of … Continue reading

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Jurnalisme Emosional

‎Era media baru yang ditandai dengan inovasi-inovasi teknologi yang memudahkan siapa saja membuat publikasi mereka sendiri (via blog, self publishing, dll) membuat norma-norma jurnalisme konvensional mau tidak mau, cepat atau lambat harus bergeser. Terjadi friksi, tumpang tindih, perselisihan di antara … Continue reading

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Jika Menulis Jadi Otomatis (Tren Robot Penulis Berita)

Berhati-hatilah dengan impian dan harapan Anda. Begitu kata pepatah dari negeri China. Jika Anda bekerja sebagai pewarta, dan Anda pernah mengeluhkan betapa beratnya beban kerja Anda selama ini (misalnya karena harus turun ke lapangan, mengejar narasumber, menjalani piket/ shift malam … Continue reading

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#icebucketchallenge: Why?

Yesterday it was uber tech blogger Sarah Lacy whom I saw on YouTube accepting this ice bucket challenge from the bearded LinkedIn executive Jeff Weiner. Her colleague Paul Carr and her toddler son Eli was spotted helping her throwing the … Continue reading

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Treat Reporters with Respect!

If you exploit people (read: your workers), at least give them what they need to do their work. That ONLY happens to sane employers. Because I’ve noticed most of employers just don’t. But I don’t even bother. AT ALL. To … Continue reading

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Pando Daily: Lacy and Arrington’s New-Born Baby

Serious Data Porn: Watch Wavii Grow | PandoDaily. I’m recently addicted to reading PandoDaily.com. That is a newly launched tech-themed blog, other than the AOL-acquired  TechCrunch.com, VentureBeat.com, or the oriental Penn-Olson.com. In spite of its being new, PandoDaily is NOT … Continue reading

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Sarah Lacy’s Story: “Stop Worrying. It’ll Turn Out OK”

SarahLacy.com | Welcome to a day in the life of a (Silicon) Valley girl. Just read Mrs. Lacy’s career journey. Found it quite inspirational, to me. A few weeks ago someone asked me if I could go back in time … Continue reading

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Ciputra in “Brilliant, Crazy, Cocky: How the Top 1% of Entrepreneurs Profit from Global Chaos”

To date, the United States of America may be considered the hub of entrepreneurship in the world. We, however, almost forget how dynamic the world economy has become and that there are developing economies throughout the globe that keep catching … Continue reading

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Sarah Lacy on the Emerging World (a.k.a. Indonesia) -part2

Previously on my last post, we read how Lacy compared Martha Tilaar to Oprah Winfrey. It tickles me a bit to spot this line: […] Heavily perfumed and air-conditioned, it’s an estrogen oasis in this hot, humid country. […] (BCC, … Continue reading

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Quick Wrapup Post

Paul Costigan and Patrick ORiordan : Irish reps at the event. They dont speak Indonesian, sadly. My life ‘s almost all about translating recently. I’m fed up with it. But unhappily can’t escape before everything gets done. So many new … Continue reading

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Sarah Lacy’s Latest Book on Entrepreneurship and Indonesia

Having read the sneak peek of the book on Amazon.com, Michael Arrington’s review and its 20-page excerpt on Lacy’s blog , my first impression was she’s a natural story teller. She can’t help being a ‘rock star’. Lacy’s got what it … Continue reading

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