From now on, I am going to have one dedicated post at the beginning of each month for 3 Malaysian bloggers who has a dedication on blogging. I think by having this Blogger Hall of Fame post, many of unsung bloggers, which has a very good articles and contents, would benefit my readers. Apart from reading my post on Mount Kinabalu almost everyday, it is nice to read, once in a while, about other bloggers who have dropped by this blog, and shared their magic moments.
I am going to be very flexible on choosing the bloggers, but I would particularly look for a similar theme and similar demographic readers, as it will benefit most of my readers.
Here’s for September ’07!
- Kay Stanford is from Sabah, Malaysian part of Borneo. His dad is from Kudat and his mom is from Penampang. Currently working in Kuala Lumpur, been staying in peninsular Malaysia for more than 7 years but the only directions he can tell you are the LRT stations. Has an interest in stuffs like music, photography and video editing but does not have the right tools to do it.
I was really impress with his post about his Rungus background. With modernization, his mother tongue was lost…
- Julian is an IT-savvy person and works in the IT industry in Kota Kinabalu, while Morin is a homemaker. Baby Raelynne was a recent addition to the family. This photo blog will feature mainly on Raelynne plus Julianâ€™s â€œamateurishâ€ photography skills with his Olympus E-300 D-SLR digital camera.
He won the prize on one of my quiz about the 7 highest peak of Kinabalu last month. A father like I am, we share the same experiences. Read his post about Lok Kawi Wildlife Park here!
- Lorna loves anything that has to do with IT, the Internet, music, entrepreneurship and work-at-home matters. She is currently a wife to a wonderful and supadupa systems analyst, a supermom to two rumbustious but lovable â€œmonkeysâ€ (due to their ability to climb on almost anything and everything), a budding entrepreneur and an aspiring content developer for subjects on economics, business, IT and the World Wide Web.
She is the brain behind “WordPress Top Commentator Widget Plugin“. I must tell you that I am very impress with her ability, and used her plugin in one of my other WordPress MU portal!
And yes, they are all Sabahan (means comes from Sabah, The Land Below The Wind).
Have a nice weekend!