An update on Technology for Africa ’07

by oneafrikan on January 30, 2007

I thought it’d be a good time to send an update on developments regards the conference so here goes: Firstly, we’ve passed the “is there enough interest test?“. We’ve received more than 150 initial signups since posting the questionnaire and (…)

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A watershed day today

by oneafrikan on January 22, 2007

OK, so in the last few weeks I’ve managed to fight the sleep battle and get about 10 days of 8 hours of sleep a night, and boy what a difference it makes. Yet here I am at 22:36 and (…)

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THE FUTURE OF WEB DESIGN, London

by oneafrikan on January 18, 2007

What: FOWD London When: April 18th 2007 Where: Kensington Conference Centre, London Price: £59 limited early bird offer! £85 full price Speakers: Ryan Singer (37Signals) Josh Davis (JoshDavis.com) tbc Joshua Hirsch (Big Spaceship) George Oates (Flickr) Andy Clarke (Stuff and (…)

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Tequila Suicide… to the start of 2007

by oneafrikan on January 18, 2007

For those of you partial to a few Tequila’s once in a while, here’s something to add to your party tricks bag ‘o fun… No pets or animals were hurt during the making of this… Morgs, Richard – let’s remember (…)

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WordPress Security Update – PHP Security Blog

by oneafrikan on January 18, 2007

_ WordPress Security Update – PHP Security Blog Might be worth checking out…

Mobile blogging in Africa?

by oneafrikan on January 18, 2007

From an email recently: I was wondering if you know of anyone in SA who does mobile blogging? I can’t think of anyone offhand, but you may know of someone who does – if you do, please leave a comment (…)

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37Signals using Amazon S3 for file storage on Basecamp

by oneafrikan on January 16, 2007

Was just trying to download a file off of 37Signals’ Basecamp, and got an error message – turns out the error message was an XML snippet from the Amazon S3 webservice.. Which is not really that interesting to anyone other (…)

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