Going to Web 2.0 for Good

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

_ Web 2.0 for Good will explore how Web-based tools such as blogs, wikis, podcasting and social bookmarking can be used to promote social change and innovation. These new tools offer unprecedented potential for campaigning organisations, charities, public sector bodies, (…)

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Yista

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

_ Yah, I Saw That Already is dedicated to documenting the best and the worst of the internet from new technology and software releases to caffeine addictions.

Mac lust

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

_ 17″ Mac Book Pro If ever there was geek lust, this is it. And with Boot Camp, I can now cross over from the Dark Side one day knowing that I can always go back in style, if the (…)

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Cutting out comment spam

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

OK, so I’m not a fan of the Akismet approach for one or two reasons, and it seems that although making users log in to comment works as an anti-spam device, it doesn’t encourage random people to comment, and lets (…)

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Damn comment spammers

by oneafrikan on April 26, 2006

Soon as I turn off “you have to be logged in to comment” so that anyone can comment, I start getting hit by the spammers! Anyone got any great anti-spam measures (plugins, custom code?) for WP2.0, or do you all (…)

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Get your WIKI’s out, please

by oneafrikan on April 26, 2006

Thinking of implementing a Wiki? This little resource, which allows you to compare Wiki software in a nice comparison matrix, should get you on your way… _ WikiMatrix I’ve been looking at DocuWiki, MediaWiki and PhpWiki as solutions for various (…)

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Web 2.0 logos

by oneafrikan on April 26, 2006

Are there that many start-ups? Wow! Logo 2 part 1 Logo 2 part 2 Both Hat tip to Rands in Repose