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  • Africa; Potentially A Significant Market/Audience for Facebook to Lose?

    I started drafting this post on May 21st 2011 and my thoughts apparently got lost in the bytes only to be revived today and changing the title from Why Facebook Could Be An African Entrepreneurs Biggest Asset simply because Facebook is more than entrepreneurial advantage for Africa and Africans it is a social change agent. [...]

  • 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 [...]

  • On Numbers and Niko Na Safaricom | Part I

    The new Safaricom advert seems initially to have ruffled some feathers especially on the Kenyan social media space with hints and rants of plagiarism and lack of originality with a conspicuous semblance to a 2009 Qantas advertisement. Little did the greater world know that both adverts shared similar production and creative leads and that in [...]

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