dialog + new website


Richard Moore


I'm developing a new website, "How We the People can change the world"...

What I want to do here is tie together lots of things that are 
already on the web, including but not limited to my own material. As 
the site grows, I'll be linking to articles, books, blogs, websites, 
and video clips that expand on the story being presented. I've 
already got several websites and blogs, and I'm aiming for this one 
to be my 'main portal'.

This is not a departure from my documentary projects. One of the 
reasons for the new blog is to have a platform from which I can link 
to the documentary material as it comes online. As usual with my / 
our projects, your feedback is invaluable and will be most welcome.

on to our dialog...

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Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 15:03:16 -0400
From: "David Lewit" <>
Subject: RE: I'm visiting USA Sep-Oct

Sorry to miss you!  Enjoy Kauai!
Aloha-  D


Aloha David,

Sorry I won't be in Boston this trip. I'm hoping for Kauai to be a 
real holiday, and to keep the computer shut down most of the time. 
That'll be tough to do however, as we seem to be in the midst of a 
long-predicted economic collapse, and are approaching ever closer to 
a nuclear attack on Iran.

stop the world, I want to get off!

Date: Sun, 12 Aug 2007 15:40:14 -0400
From: david creighton <>
To:  •••@••.•••
Subject: Re: rkm: new mini-doc on democracy...

[Tongue-in-cheek] When one exposes oneself thusly ...
     I was surprised to see the Michael Moore costume, baseball cap, 
stubbly protobeard, dowdy clothes (to hide some overweight?), and 
then I realized you have the same last name! Relatives? Brand 
recognition? Must be.
     I noticed you sometimes mumbled, quite unMoorelike. Need better 
elocution before hitting prime time, but what is said remains clear, 
concise. I personally favour the print medium, where image 
considerations do not interfere with (or augment) message delivery. 
But a good debut. Just remember that in television your makeup artist 
is as important as your scriptwriter; maybe more so, eh?



Hi David,

I guess there's two schools of thought in this regard. One of them 
has to do with integrity -- your image should project who you 'really 
are'. The other has to do with effectiveness -- project an image that 
will impress your audience. If I was going to be on TV, I suppose I'd 
choose some middle ground. This particular talk, however, was for a 
college class, and I wanted it to be as informal as possible.
     Sorry about the mumbling, but I want to learn to speak without 
notes or scripts. It's still early days. And if you could see the 
drafts I never publish, you wouldn't be so sure that mumbling is 
'unMoorelike'. ;-)

thanks for the feedback

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Date: Tue, 24 Jul 2007 15:06:15 -0400
Organization: EDUCSERV
From: "SHRIKUMAR" <>
Subject: Re: I'm visiting USA Sep-Oct

Dear Richard:

I live six months in Lansing, Michigan and six months in Mumbai. 
Will love to meet with you but cannot in the US.  Can we meet in UK 
or Ireland in 2nd week of October.
     You may recall our correspondence with reference to The New 
Global Freedom Movement and a play I sent to you, INDIA OF MY DREAMS.


Hi Shrikumar,

I don't think I ever received 'India of my Dreams'. I'd be interested 
in that and anything you have on the Global Freedom Movement. And as 
we've discussed, I hope it works out to be able to visit you in India.

Quay Largo
Selskar St
Wexford, Ireland

Date: Mon, 13 Aug 2007 02:49:34 EDT
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From: Jim Fadiman
Subject: Re: rkm documentaries: update

       rkm> one of our subscribers, Shrikumar Poddar, is looking
         into arranging an extensive visit to India.




Hi Jim,

Yes, it would be quite an adventure. A mysterious sub-continent, 
pivotal geopolitically, plus a challenging itinerary.



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