13 April 2010

Sarawak Bloggers

Meeting fellow bloggers is something that I can hardly commit due to work and family commitments. However, once I am able to do it, it will be wonderful. I think blogging is fun and interesting especially when we are able to meet up with the blog authors face to face.

During the Thalgo Seminar, I shared some views on Sarawak Bloggers to Cyril. I told him that, starting a Sarawak Bloggers group is indeed a good idea because we can be the alternative online media for Sarawakians. At least people have more choices on what to read right?. There are many other websites on Sarawak created by other groups of people but so far, not by bloggers. I sincerely believe that Sarawak Bloggers can be a platform for everybody who love writing to make their blogs known and acknowledged by the society. Furthermore, Sarawak bloggers will be able to unite all the bloggers and to become a strong media group. Recently, I am proud of Desmond Jerukan. His blog was read by our Prime Minister and heinvited him for a dinner in KL.

I would like to propose to those interested to join Sarawak Bloggers or who are already in Sarawak Bloggers group to take care of their ethics in writing because I personally think that we need to take care the good image of Sarawak Bloggers. Oh well, enough said, allow me to show you the candid photos of these two Spring Ambassadors I met personally.


(Naomi Tham, The Spring Ambassador)


(Irene Law, The Spring Ambassador)

19 Reptozian Messages:

manglish said...

i would love to meet some of the bloggers too one day....

wenn said...

good idea.

RoseBelle said...

I think all bloggers should keep in mind blogging etiquette and ethics. I've read quite a handful of posts that were just classless and mean spirited. You mentioned a very good point here.

cyrildason said...

he shot of Yomi here. Really nice.

And yes, I agree on the point that bloggers need to be ethical on their writing. That's why, in Sarawak Bloggers we have put up a page for blogging ethics, and we always encourage bloggers to be ethical.

There is a need to build a good relationship among bloggers and people around us. :-)

eugene said...

well thought, i pray that it shall come to frution,,,,, may be blogger in Penang shall start something like this as well

Irene aka Sweet Surrender said...

Aiks... My face in here! *blush* Where's the other faces?

Irene
http://sweetsurrender.99.com.my

SJB said...

Make it happen (^_*).

Bb Hussain said...

this is good ;)

aNgeL-cuPid said...

hahaha! and i wonder...has naomi seen this? lol nice post!

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Manglish :I hope we can meet up someday bro.

Wenn :Errr...what is good? which idea? hehehe

RoseBelle :Yes. I agree with you Rose.

Cyril :Yup. bloggers should be ethical in their writings.

Eugene :You can start a group in Penang bro.

Irene :Was busy taking photos here and there. Didn't manage to take photos of all the bloggers. Hahaha

SJB :Did u join Sabah Bloggers group?

BBHussain :Thanks

AngeL :Not sure whether she has seen it. Hahaha

Tompako said...

nice post thanks for sharing with us beautiful info :)

mrs shaifull said...

so lucky la the blogger yg dpt invitation dr PM tu kan? bestnya :)

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

Tompako : hI there.

Mrssahifull :Memang untung. Tapi ada juga org yg terlalu cemburu dgn dia tu.

Life Ramblings said...

As long as you don’t violate the policies of content, then you have complete freedom of expression.

kenwooi said...

i have never met any bloggers before =P

Ayie said...

i will see to it I meet even just few blogger friends when I go visit m'sia

Willie a.k.a Reptoz said...

LifeRamblings :That is true.

Kenwooi :You never did?

ayie : Call us will you?

Eve! said...

Aaa.. i believe its the quality of what has been blogged about matters.

Woohoo!

Desmond said...

Hehehe...Wilie, it was a tea party organised by PM for his Facebook Online friends.