The going on holiday post, updater, and the next few months

by oneafrikan on August 18, 2006

So here I am – it’s almost 3 in the morning, the morning before I’m due to go on a short holiday to Greece and Turkey, and I’m still working. My Mom told me to get a few early nights (…)

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Drinking with Saffa’s?

by oneafrikan on August 17, 2006

An Englishman, an Aussie and a South African are in a bar one night, having a beer. All of a sudden the South African downs his beer, throws his glass in the air, pulls out a gun and shoots the (…)

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Actively looking for South African / African writers and bloggers

by oneafrikan on August 17, 2006

I’m *still* throwing this into the wind to see where the seeds fall, so here goes: I’m looking to get in touch with anyone who is African or South African (or for that matter interested in matters relating to Africa (…)

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The blogosphere is over 100 times bigger than it was just 3 years ago.

by oneafrikan on August 8, 2006

David Siry releases the latest state of the blogosphere, which has some ineresting facts and figures… No point in going through them here as Dave goes through them in some detail, suffice it to say that all those who doubted (…)

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BarCamp London

by oneafrikan on August 7, 2006

Signed up for BarCamp London…

Mad IE disappearing list items CSS bug

by oneafrikan on August 7, 2006

I’m working on the frontend for a CMS based intranet at a client, and I’ve been getting the disappearing list item madness again – where the list items are rendered to the page when it is loaded, but when you (…)

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Web 2.0 London BBQ – Sat 5th August – the Webers have arrived…

by oneafrikan on August 4, 2006

Just a friendly reminder, the next (Web 2.0 / Geek) BBQ is tomorrow, the 5th August, starting around 1pm. The Webers have arrived, we’ve got enough cutlery to sink a small battleship, and I’m told to expect venison and some (…)

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