Aid Blogging: A Cautionary Tale in Charts

A lot of people think pretty deep thoughts about the nexus of humanitarian aid and social media. I’m not one of them. Nevertheless, I started blogging and tweeting about international development and humanitarian aid a couple of years ago. Here’s what I’ve learned so far.

1. Applied Creativity

I don’t know if creativity is a finite thing, but I do know that once I started blogging and tweeting, I began using a greater measure of it for things of questionable value.

2. The Big Trade Off

Choose how you use your time wisely. Somewhere along that line is a praxis sweet spot where action learning, reflective work, and contemplative activism takes place.

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Comment by Suman Chowdhury Mony on July 9, 2012 at 11:09pm

Nice and good thinking and realization. I have touch your site named "Staying for Tea', which is also very nice and informative and reflected your experiences.

Have a good time. 



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