Chat Saturday (Teachers Talking), Wednesday (AIDS blogging)
- I have posted my latest episode about The Includer
and I include links to two chats this week at our chat room:
Pamela McLean invites us to celebrate the fourth anniversary of Teachers
Talking at our chat room on Saturday, November 29th, for about an hour,
starting 10:00 GMT, 11:00 Nigerian time, 13:00 Kenyan time.
Serina Kalande leads a chat to investigate: What are the factors to weigh
when ‘Blogging Positively’, especially working with HIV/AIDS? Come to our
chat room on Wednesday, December 3rd, at New York 7:00, London 12:00,
Johannesburg, Helsinki 14:00, Nairobi, Moscow 15:00, New Delhi 17:30, Hong
Kong 20:00 and meet with representatives of REPACTED (Kenya), AIDS Rights
(Democratic Republic of Congo), FrontAIDS and Drop-in center (Russia), and
Kwa Mashu Community Advancement Project (South Africa). Then continue at
ActALIVE’s discussion group lead by Janet Feldman of Episode 1,
Also, I look forward to writing about the Minciu Sodas $100 projects which
I'd like to sponsor. Each project should have at least two people working
on it, typically, one person "on-the-ground" and another helping online.
(I think of Graham Knight and Wendi Loshe Bernadette, for example.) Each
person should write about a question they are investigating, and an
endeavor they would like to achieve. We have many pairs of people.
Suggest yourself or others and I hope to write soon.
Event: BLOGGING POSITIVELY
Location: Chatroom: http://www.worknets.org/chat/
Time: New York 0700, London 1200, Johannesburg, Helsinki 1400, Nairobi,
Moscow 1500, New Delhi 1730, Hong Kong 2000
Login instructions: Login using your name and then select the room you
want to join by clicking enter. Once in the room, select a font color on
the left side of the screen, then join the chat
What are the factors to weigh when ‘Blogging Positively’?
A discussion with representatives from RV Projects and other Organizations
working with HIV/AIDS related projects.
(REPACTED(Kenya), AIDS Rights (DRC), FrontAIDS and Drop-in center (Russia)
Kwa Mashu Community Advancement Project (K-CAP South Africa))
Why should so many people blog about the same subject?
Ways to locate blogs touching on HIV/AIDS
Popularity versus Reality
Threads of the conversation will continue at ActALIVE