What is the secret ingredient that powers the engine of real journalism? Passion. Passion for uncovering the truth, for presenting an unbiased narrative, for promoting open dialogue. This same passion, combined with an enduring love of reading and journalism, ignited my desire to create an Open Journalism project since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine.
Cyclorama represents a platform for the free exchange of ideas. Its sole mission is to improve the quality of information available to people. This is possible by leveraging the power of Open Source Intelligence (OSINT) tools freely available on the web.
The journey of the project began modestly, with the creation of a simple Telegram group. This was a modest start, but it provided a space for people to converse, discuss and analyze the events unfolding in Ukraine. The goal was to give every voice a chance to be heard.
Over time, the seed we planted has blossomed into a rich platform where underreported stories find their stage. Cyclorama has evolved into a blog that gives space to narratives that, while not newsworthy, are crucial pieces in the great puzzle of our ever-changing world. These stories shed light on the transformation our world is experiencing every day.
But Cyclorama is not just about disseminating information. It is about arousing curiosity and interest in minds yearning for knowledge. It's about igniting the desire to know more, to understand better, to see the world from various perspectives.
Therefore, I invite you to participate in this project. Not just as passive recipients of information, but as active contributors to the dialogue. Bring your perspective to the discussions, review the stories we explore, share the insights you glean.
Cyclorama is more than a blog; it's a conversation. A conversation that doesn't shy away from complex narratives, that believes in the power of informed dialogue, that thrives on the diverse perspectives of its participants. Join Cyclorama. Let's write together a narrative of understanding the great changes in the world.