Inspiration Notes

I thought the hard part was to make the website and to get it up here. But hell no!(sorry for my language) It wasn’t! That was only the starting point of the hard part or perhaps not even near. Well, that hard part is how the hell to get the people discuss about problems. Or maybe i should make it clear there are problems. In fact, yes that’s what i need to do. Perhaps they didn’t realise that there are so many possibilities to improve or to sustain things. I’m talking more about the forum. As in this page i should write my reflections of the research forum, I guess that is what i’m doing now. Is this the reflection?
In the beginning, I’m trying to figure out “how to make people visit my forum”. Is it strong enough to get people interested? How about the design and navigation? Is it friendly and easy enough for people to browse? Then how about the concept? What about the concept? And so many more to think about..And still that part is not yet finished.

At this moment, I’m still trying different methodologies of branding and advertising strategies to make it accomplished. Later, the next part will be how to make people participate? Why do they want to participate? What can i offer them? What are the things that might interest them? And on, and on, questioning myself about it… and still if anyone can help me… please do not hesitate to give me some ideas… “how to make people write and tell me what they think about the topic?”…..
“I believe in allowing the people to have their ways so long as they observe the laws and orders of the country.” – Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj

“Independence could not be achieved with ease. The Malays must work hard, energetically and wholeheartedly for it.” – Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj

“All people must feel that there is room for them in our country and that we can all live in peace with one another, provided of course that we respect one another’s rights, and provided, too, that we realise we owe duties to one another for the good and well-being, the progress and happiness of our country, Malaysia.” – Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj

“The reason why I am laying such stress on the importance of “Red Book” projects is that we, all of us, know, that the real success in the development of the rural areas lies in the hearts and minds of the rural people themselves, and I intend to call upon the people to play their part to the full, when I launch Phase II of our Rural Development Programme” – Tun Abdul Razak

“Saya lebih rela tidak popular di segi politik daripada gagal dalam melaksanakan tugas saya. Apalah masa depan politik seseorang berbanding dengan tanggungjawabnya?” – Tun Hussein Onn 

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