‘Most websites’ failing disabled

by oneafrikan on December 22, 2006

_ BBC NEWS | Technology | ‘Most websites’ failing disabled Most of the leading websites around the world are failing to provide the most basic accessibility standards for people with disabilities.

YouTube – SEALs BUD/s Training, 1 of 4

by oneafrikan on December 8, 2006

_ YouTube – SEALs BUD/s Training, 1 of 4. Wanna be a SEAL?

Warning Label Generator

by oneafrikan on December 8, 2006

_ Warning Label Generator ;-)

Technology for Africa ’07 credit card test passed, speakers announced

by oneafrikan on December 6, 2006

The last week or so has seen us sit with bated breath, waiting to see the reaction to the web and emerging technology conference we’re going to put together for Africans (with an African context of course). Well, we’re happy (…)

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Backpack vs Tada lists?

by oneafrikan on December 4, 2006

OK, so we’re using Basecamp extensively now, so much so that it’s safe to say we’re reliant on it. But it is definitely worth the cash outlay every month. So that got me thinking that there must be other 37Signals (…)

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Using Ubuntu as local web development box, Mediatemple Dedicated Virtual as live environment

by oneafrikan on December 1, 2006

We’re in the process of sharpening up our infrastructure so that we can be more efficient, and at the moment it seems that having a local Linux box is actually going to be a good thing as opposed to always (…)

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Having problems with Yahoo POP email?

by oneafrikan on December 1, 2006

I’ve been battling with Yahoo POP email for a while now, where it gives me a message saying that something isn’t authenticated, so I go and make the changes they recommend in my account to authenticate my backup email address, (…)

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