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Recognizing the importance of new technology, the Young Liberal and Democrats of Asia (YLDA) with the support from Friedrich Naumann Foundation and in partnership with Parti-Gerakan Youth Malaysia, initiated a five-day workshop last May 17-22, 2007 in Penang, Malaysia.

With the theme, “The beauty of Internet”, the workshop trained young Asian leaders on how to use ICT tools such as Blogging and Podcasting, which can be used for publicity, fundraising, and expanding networks and membership.

Mr. Abe Olandres, one of the blogging masters in the Philippines, explained the role of internet in communications strategies in youth organizing. He gave samples of youth/political blogs and podcasts. Aside to the ICT knowledge imparted, FNF Manila Representative Siegfried Herzog lectured on how this learning can be used to search for projects and donors on their respective organization.

This workshop activity, which was headed by YLDA Program Officer Pey Canlas and YLDA Secretary-General Jan-Argy Tolentino, is one that is timely especially due to the online community’s impact on people.

“In relation with the Sri Lanka Fund Raising Seminar, the additional knowledge on ICT would contribute a lot in promotion and communication matter of each organization,” Jan Argy Tolentino, YLDA Secretary General said.

Twenty delegates from different parts of the Asia actively participated on the activity.

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Young Liberals Explore Infinite Internet Possibilities
2007-06-14

These, in a nutshell, were the messages imparted to the 20 young leaders representing nine organizations in Asia during the first Young Liberals and Democrats of Asia (YLDA) Workshop on Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Exhorting the participants to take a more proactive role in the on-going information and communications technology revolution, Master Blogger Abraham Olandres from the Philippines emphasized the vast possibilities offered by the World Wide Web to youth organizations wishing to seek wider audience for youth advocacy. Read more…

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The Beauty of Internet: Information and Communication Technology for Young Liberals

Information and Communication Technology for Young Liberals

Technological change is reshaping political communication all over the world. This is especially true when it comes to communicating political issues with young people, and political organizations ignore these new developments at their peril. This insight has prompted the Young Liberals and Democrats of Asia (YLDA), with the support of the Friedrich Naumann Foundation (FNF), to organize a workshop on information and communication technology (ICT) for its member organizations. It was hosted by the Youth Wing of Party Gerakan in Penang, Malaysia from 17 – 22 May 2007. Read more about YLDA Information and Communication Technology Workshop

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Empowering Youth: FNF Sponsors Blogging-Podcasting Workshop for Young Liberals

FNF Sponsors Blogging-Podcasting Workshop for Young Liberals “

In a move to help empower fellow liberals with hi-tech means of communication, the Young Liberals and Democrats of Asia (YLDA) organized a workshop in Malaysia to teach blogging and podcasting skills to members of its partner organizations.

“We want our fellow liberals to communicate their programs and values effectively within their country and across the region,” YLDA Secretary-General Jan Argy Tolentino said. “Effective communication is important because if people don’t know we exist, everything we do becomes useless.” The YLDA is the Asian federation of liberal youth organizations and individuals. More…

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Autocasting

Automated form of podcasting that allows bloggers and blog readers to generate audio versions of text blogs from RSS feeds.

Audioblog

A blog where the posts consist mainly of voice recordings sent by mobile phone, sometimes with some short text message added for metadata purposes. (cf. podcasting)

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The following post was submitted by Lyndon from Flockblog who in his email to me with itwriting.jpg described it as a simple ‘back to basics’ kind of post. Thanks Lyndon.

Here are ten tips that help me with my blog writing.

  1. Make your opinion known
  2. Link like crazy
  3. Write less Read on

The Seven Habits of a Highly Effective Blogger, and one.

  • Focus and set some goals. Don’t spread your topic too thinly that readers might get confused what your blog is all about. Your blog title and description should fall true with at least 80% of your post. Realistic goals allows you to achieve milestones that you can use to measure your blog’s growth. Read on

Source: http://www.w3schools.com

What is an HTML File?

  • HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language
  • An HTML file is a text file containing small markup tags
  • The markup tags tell the Web browser how to display the page
  • An HTML file must have an htm or html file extension
  • An HTML file can be created using a simple text editor

HTML documents are text files made up of HTML elements.

HTML elements are defined using HTML tags. Read on