Hello forum readers, active or lurking.
First, I want to thank everyone for all the wonderful support for my podcasting efforts. The validation and encouragement have helped a lot.
The interview with Chris Tipper ( https://soundcloud.com/safecrossroads/ep07-a-different-perspective-chris-tipper ) has been so well received that I realized something. Project SAFE is truly a global, all-people endeavor, involving a lot of different sorts, from all kinds of cultures. What’s more, we envision the network to impact everyone on the planet, one way or another.
I’d really like to get a pulse from other segments of humanity from all parts of the planet. Perspectives might be very different or not. I’d love to know whether someone looking into SAFE from a very different culture has similar interests, or if they’re different. Either side of it would be educational to us all.
Per the stats on SoundCloud for the podcast, the bulk of listens are from the US, followed by UK, Canada, Australia. Nothing too surprising there. What is surprising is that Indonesia comes in a consistent 5th, above any other countries. There has GOT to be something interesting to know about that.
That’s just one example, just from the SoundCloud stats.
I don’t know who lurks here on the forum, and I don’t know who posts that has more to say. But I’m reaching out.
I’ve already had one person reach out to me with some interesting perspectives from an interesting background. You’ll get more on that soon.
Please feel free to private message me here on the forum. You won’t necessarily be cornered for a podcast interview. That’s up to you and me both as to whether it’s desirable or appropriate. But I would love your feedback. Your anonomous status will remain confidential if you desire. I’m mainly looking for data.
There is a community here that is potentially making history. I’d like to document at least a bit of it.
By the way, that’s not to say that all interesting perspectives exist outside of the top English-speaking countries, as Chris Tippers story shows. So the invite is open to anyone, of course.