The Public Radio MAKER’S QUEST 2.0 article begins with:
From time to time, I come across innovative media content that gets under my skin, wows me with its sheer beauty or gravity, its simplicity or complexity. Often, I discover these projects serendipitously. Sometimes, I'm tipped off by other blogs I follow that track inventive storytelling.
Since I'm the kinda gal who likes to share and connect people to new and inspiring ideas, I offer these fascinating ongoing projects to you. Despite digital divides, the internet makes the world a much, much smaller place. Digital media can give us a sense of what it might be like to be a child in India, an elder in Africa or even someone who lives just a few blocks away.
And the article goes on to top the list with BRAF's 2007 grant recipient Global Lives.
Read more about it here: Public Radio MAKER’S QUEST 2.0.