links for 2007-07-28

by oneafrikan on July 28, 2007

Ubuntu 7.04 (Feisty Fawn) Beta Review — Ubuntu Geek (tags: ubuntu review fiestyfawn) Install Popular Applications in Ubuntu Feisty Fawn Using Automatix2 — Ubuntu Geek (tags: ubuntu apps linux) Home | Pidgin (tags: im software opensource chat messenger linux Free) (…)

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What’s happenning to Tech for Africa?

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

I’m the first to admit that I’ve had my head in the sand the last few months, and have received many emails asking what’s happening with Tech for Africa… So I thought that posting something public would be the best (…)

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links for 2007-07-26

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

The Tao of Mac – How to Switch to the Mac (tags: mac osx apple howto tips software reference hacks desktop) Ubuntu UK Home Page (tags: linux ubuntu uk community) Digg – How to rip CDs directly to MP3 in (…)

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ZXV at MiniBar this Friday

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

Says it on the tin…. _ ZXV » Blog Archive » ZXV at MiniBar this Friday ZXV are back at the amazing MiniBar this Friday 27th July. Steve and I will be talking about some new products and services that (…)

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Mappam: Your adverts on the map

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

Mappam, from Nick and company, looks pretty interesting, think that location specific advertising is going to get bigger and bigger, probably linking into Pay-Per-Call complimenting Pay-Per-Click advertising… Just my thoughts at present though ;-) _ Mappam: Your adverts on the (…)

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Blognation – one nation, many voices

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

Looks like Sam Sethi is making a play to own the European “heads up” space, which can only be a good thing for European tech… Good luck to him, and looking forward to much more great content ;-) Blognation UK (…)

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CSS Redundancy Checker from Ajaxian

by oneafrikan on July 26, 2007

Pretty cool tool if you’re working with CSS ;-) _ Ajaxian » CSS Redundancy Checker Tom Armitage has written a simple tool that is immediately useful to anyone working with CSS. The CSS Redundancy Checker is a Ruby script that (…)

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