- Kathya: Aunty Mi, kalo udah ibu-ibu mau jadi apa?
- Me: Jadi pengusaha, jadi ibu, jadi istri.. Kalo tata?
- Kathya: Kalo tata banyak.. Mau jadi dokter hewan, penyanyi, ibu, istri, sama ibu yang masaknya enak.
- Me: Aunty Mi juga banyak.. mau jadi pengusaha, penulis, ibu, istri..
- Kathya: Kalo tata lebih banyak tata ada 5 sama ibu yang masaknya enak, aunty Mi juga mau ga jadi ibu yang masaknya enak?
- Me: Iya mau, jadi 5 juga
- : )
- Me: Kakak mau ngerjain tugas dulu ya jim
- Ajim: Kalo ajim udah gede terus jadi chef, ajim pengen bikin makanan namanya "Tugason"
- Me: Hahaha, kenapa Tugason?
- Ajim: Iya nanti kakak udah jadi nenek2, hahaha. Terus nanti ajim bikin makanan namanya Tugason :))
- Mom : Mami sih "woman behind the scene" (dengan pronounce 'skin')
- Me : Scene, mom. Kalo skin mah kulit -_-
- Dad : Kalo samia future leader, papi future leather aja (sambil menunjuk kulit tangan). Kulit udah menua
- Me & sister : Hahahaha
- Jayus banget bokap gue -_-"
by Radix Hidayat on Monday, October 25, 2010 at 10:52am
October 24, 2010. Auditorium CC Timur ITB is the silent witness of the inaugural of TEDxBandung. About 80 people present, mostly drawed from universities in Bandung, not to mention some of the attendees that come from Jakarta and even Garut. They gathered in sharing the atmosphere of “ideas worth spreading”, the spirit of TED and TEDxBandung.
We invited 4 live speakers, they are: Qamaruzzaman, lecturer at School of Electronics and Informatics ITB, on Renewable Energy, Witarsa from RW 07 Cipamokolan, about what they did to make their neighbourhood a “zero waste” one, Mira Kusumarini, Indonesian Representative of Ashoka, on Social Entrepreneurship, and Tita Larasati, lecturer at Faculty of Fine Arts and Design ITB, on Bamboo Design. We also play 4 recorded talks from TED.com.
And the outcome (as I see it) is great. People gathered up, discuss about the ideas they just get, approaching the speakers to explore further, and some even tweet TEDxBandung and taking pics, proud that they part of an innovative movement. Yes, TEDx is an innovative movement. A worldwide one. Started as TED in 1984 when Richard Saul Wurman and Harry Marks organized a conference to explore newest discoveries in fields of “Technology, Entertainment, and Design” (hence the name of TED came), it became a worldwide phenomena. Every year, for four days, world’s leading scientists, authors, thinkers, and leaders gathered up in Long Beach, CA, and meet up with a crowd of carefully selected. Can’t facilitate to make more or larger events, the TED team (with Chris Anderson as Curator, serving from 2002) decided to encourage public to hold their own TED-like events: independently organized, under the brand of TEDx. As I wrote these, there are more than 750 TEDxes held worldwide.
Rolling back about 3 months, TEDxBandung was just an idea. A friend of mine, Febri, asked me to help to organize TEDx event in Bandung. And we together spread the words, and some of our friends even asked us to join the team. As the initial responses were good, we decided to attend 5th TEDxJakarta, one of the pioneer of TEDx in Indonesia. We talked to Arief Aziz, the curator: We want to organize TEDx event in Bandung. He pleased to hear that, and promised to help our team as a mentor. And in our 3 months journey, we face many challenges, like no-sponsor-at-3-weeks-from-the-event to the whole problems that showed up at the D-Day. But thanks to our great team, we can solve them all, make an excellent times, and as Arief speak to us (that we invite to attend our inaugural event), “You did it guys!”.
I am proud too to have an amazing team: Pritta as program director, Samia and Atiek as admin, Fikri, Andra, and Arya as Multimedia Team, Rian and Tunjung as Creative Team, not to mention our friends that offer their services for free: Primus, Modje, and the LPM team for recording the event, Ayu and Nadia for translating the TEDTalks. Me myself serve as Curator (Jokingly said, like “Great Leader of The Revolution” when you call Soekarno) and Febri as Producer. I was a thrilling journey with you guys, and I am most happy to gathered up again and planning to hold next TEDxBandung. Ciao Bravo!
- Q: siapa anak PL'09 yang suka internetan?
- A: Nusaiba modZILA
- Q: siapa anak PL'09 yang kemana2 dengerin musik?
- A: Gabriel iPod virant
- Q: siapa anak PL'09 yang paling hufftt banget?
- A: Huffttnita linda lisa mona
- Q: siapa anak PL'09 yang terlihat paling gay?
- A: Anindya Prayascitta SM*SHti
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling dicari?
- A: Dhio NANG DI? wardana
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang ikut2an dicari juga?
- A: Andien Dimana
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang juga ga mau kalah dicari?
- A: Dinnurahma Kemana
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang diragukan jenis kelaminnya?
- A: M. Faizi Zaharitul Hassanah
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling ditakuti?
- A: Piranha Adi Iradati
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling susah?
- A: Muhammad sulithard BHN
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling tinggi?
- A: Mardi Kahim
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling manis?
- A: Sweetdya pemata putri hamid <-- seneng yo?
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang ga pernah ngutang?
- A: CASHy alfiani
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang paling sopan?
- A: Etika nurcahaya
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang ga pernah cape?
- A: Iztirahat nur aisha
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang selalu ada setiap ada yang meninggal?
- A: Yasinan juliani altaria
- Q: Siapa anak PL'09 yang suka nongkrong di HokBen?
- A: Valid sashimi
- end of seasson 1, PL09 yg blon kebagian sabar, gw mau mikir dulu...
Peter M. Senge
I met him on Modernisator Speakers’ Forum 14. The theme of the forum was “Leadership in the 21st Centuries”. He talked about leadership. Leadership isn’t only about position. A leader takes a courage, imagination, and a leader influences others.