SxSW Day 4 – Final day thoughts and wrap up

by oneafrikan on March 31, 2008

So it’s a few weeks after SxSW now and I’ve been meaning to write this post for ages but haven’t had the time or energy to do so for a while now… so here it is ;-) The last day (…)

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Dodgy dealing and risk peddling

by oneafrikan on March 30, 2008

If you’re thinking about the credit risk stuff going on, then Peter’s article is a good place to start (if you’re an economical luddite like I am that is…) _ Dodgy dealing and risk peddling I’ve been thinking a lot (…)

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links for 2008-03-25

by oneafrikan on March 25, 2008

Top Ten Signs You’re Dating a High Maintenance Girl : I Hate High Maintenance Girls | Stories at The Experience Project (tags: relationships) Lenovo Support & downloads – How to extend your battery life – ThinkPad (tags: battery thinkpad t42p) (…)

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links for 2008-03-20

by oneafrikan on March 20, 2008

Flickr Photo Download: Chicago at night, from 36,000 feet (tags: chicago photography flickr) SXSW: Lessons Learned at 37 Signals – ReadWriteWeb (tags: 37signals business startup entrepreneurship tips management strategy productivity) Online Business Networking: 2 Horse Globalization Race – ReadWriteWeb (tags: (…)

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Photo of Chicago at night, from 36,000 feet

by oneafrikan on March 20, 2008

The size of Chicago really hit me when I was on the way back from SxSW this year… this photo kinda puts it into perspective.. ;-) Get it from Flickr: _ Chicago at night, from 36,000 feet

links for 2008-03-19

by oneafrikan on March 19, 2008

Framework – Trac (tags: framework mvc programming web php) ONLamp.com — Understanding MVC in PHP (tags: php mvc programming framework oop) [Phoronix] Extending Ubuntu’s Battery Life (tags: ubuntu linux battery howto laptop power performance powertop thinkpad t42p) Garrett Dimon / (…)

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Kindo.com is a site to watch

by oneafrikan on March 18, 2008

You know you’re doing something right when your parents tell you about an article they read in a real newspaper on something you’re involved with… I spose it lends credibility to this online malarkey and engenders your efforts within your (…)

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