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  • The Digital Scramble for Africa

    A new scramble for Africa is currently in the works; hopefully this time around it’ll be more promising and equitable. Mo Ibrahim set a precedence that has seen an enormous surge in mobile communication technology in Africa. This in turn propelled a shift and paved way for the digital revolution in Africa given that it [...]

  • On Globalisation and the Death of the Local Game

    I hardly blog about non-tech related issues, however yesterday I stumbled on a rather hard biting reality. As with any situation there are probably two sides to the coin. It just so happened that I ran into a group of young soccer fans in Ileret. This is probably one of the most remote places in [...]

  • Hashtags Do Not Manufacture Revolutions

    The Iranian Elections and the events unfolding over the Sprig of 2011 most conveniently dubbed as The Arab Spring set about a catharsis of the so called ‘social media revolutions’. Well social media certainly is revolutionary and without a shadow of doubt, social media has significantly contributed to modern day revolutions. Nonetheless this does not [...]

June

This is the archive for June, 2011.

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