Technorati and profitability

by oneafrikan on January 14, 2005

I’ve been watching with growing interest how many people are putting Technorati links on their blogs and for a while I didn’t really understand what the fuss was all about…. The I started seeing even more people put up their (…)

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Fire in Cape Town pictures

by oneafrikan on January 14, 2005

Those of you who know me know that we have an office in Richmond, London, and a development office in Cape Town – where all the technical stuff is kept. Anyways – yesterday, there was a pretty big fire that (…)

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MySQL and stored procedures

by oneafrikan on January 12, 2005

Looking forward to the stored procedures in version 5.0 of MySQL…

WOMEN IN BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL FORUM

by oneafrikan on January 11, 2005

And in case you’re interested in this as well: WOMEN IN BUSINESS INTERNATIONAL FORUM JOHANNESBURG SOUTH AFRICA MARCH 2-4 2005 The event is organised in association with the Department of Trade and Industry South Africa and The Commonwealth Business Council. (…)

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Nigeria Investment Forum 2005

by oneafrikan on January 11, 2005

Just in case you’re interested: Nigeria Investment Forum 2005 Trade & Investment Opportunities: Growth through Global Partnerships Abuja Sheraton Hotel, Abuja, Nigeria, 02-04 February 2005 The Commonwealth Business Council and the Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria are jointly (…)

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IISD – CALL FOR COMMENTS

by oneafrikan on January 10, 2005

If you are interested in Sustainable Development: ~~~~~~~~~ CALL FOR COMMENTS IISD’S DRAFT MODEL INTERNATIONAL INVESTMENT AGREEMENT FOR SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT Deadline: February 7, 2005 In what marks the first fundamental effort to review the nature and purpose of international investment (…)

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Tip of the sword or is that the On-Demand revolution

by oneafrikan on January 7, 2005

How do you do your CRM? Do you know what CRM is? Are your applications in house? Why do you want to manage your CRM (and any other for that matter) applications? Are you a Salesforce.com user? Listen to these (…)

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