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Introducing: World Today

Introducing: World Today

I'm proud to announce my very own Fabrica project, called World Today, for which we are looking for independent Editors from around the world for collaboration:

Editors Wanted

Through the technical and financial development of our society, the world has become smaller than ever. Dominating cultures stretch their influences through the global medias and communication tools. In some cases this adds value to a local culture, but in many cases it waters cultural diversity down.

The aim of this project is to cultivate these local varieties and to publish an honest reflection of our world today, accessable to everybody, also to those with low education levels. We want to give a voice to people outside of the mainstream and to deliver reliable and direct information about local cultures.

Therefore we are looking for English speaking Editors from around the world, with a strong connection to their cultural roots and a fine understanding in how to approach local people from different social classes and races.

If you are interested, please contact Christian Etter through e-mail christian.etter(at)fabrica.it to receive more information.

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ReBlogged by christian etter on May 3, 2007 at 06:35 PM Posted by christian etter on May 3, 2007 at 06:35 PM


> cultivate these local varieties
> accessable to everybody, also to those with low education levels
> give a voice to people outside of the mainstream

and than

> we are looking for English speaking

isn't it a contradiction in terms ?

Posted by: (luKa) at 03.05.2007 04:29 PM

Yeh, it is. Having to build up a global network of Editors, you have unfortunately to communicate in one single language with each other. All these Editors will then publish their content in their own local language and we will do everything to make this content available for people without reading skills or access to modern technology.

It's like to use the good sides of the globalization to fight the bad parts. Sounds maybe naive, but I think we need some positive nativity in this world of today.

Posted by: Chris at 03.05.2007 04:58 PM

i like this way so farewell 4 your adventure

Posted by: (luKa) at 03.05.2007 10:43 PM

Thanks luKa, good question by the way.

Posted by: Chris at 04.05.2007 01:25 PM

Hi Chris:)
I've sent you an email regarding this advertisement. And im willing to participate and help out others with the skills i have to offer.

Posted by: Martyn at 11.05.2007 07:56 PM

Chris, interesting brief...am ready and willing to embark on this exciting project, email me more food.

Posted by: Sarah Bargiela at 14.05.2007 12:38 AM

I would like to know more about this project. I've also written to you asking some more information (relative to this and a doubt that maybe you can help me figure out). Thanks again.

Posted by: pablo at 16.05.2007 03:32 PM

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