Posts Tagged “Accessibility”

Test your Web design in different browsers with Browsershots

by oneafrikan on June 4, 2008

Pretty cool utility ;-) _ Test your Web design in different browsers – Browsershots Browsershots makes screenshots of your Web design in different browsers. It is a free open-source online service created by Johann C. Rocholl. When you submit your (…)

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Any Africans at SxSW?

by oneafrikan on March 8, 2008

I’m at SxSW in Austin, Texas and am wondering whether there are any other Africans here? Ping me if you are, would love to hook up for a beverage or two ;-)

Ever seen Web2.0 in Arabic?

by oneafrikan on December 14, 2007

I’m extremely proud to say that due to some hard work from Ali in our office, we’ve released Arabic into Kindo… so now you get web2.0 family tree building and family social networking in Arabic, and 11 other languages… Pretty (…)

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Flash developer needed in London to join the Kindo family

by oneafrikan on November 7, 2007

Kindo is looking for ambitious, talented, enthusiastic and motivated flash developers to join the family. Must have: Flash experience with an expert knowledge of ActionScript 2 and 3 Object-oriented PHP 5, MYSQL 5 including stored procs and views, good AJAX (…)

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Community Contest 2007: Learning to Share

by oneafrikan on October 22, 2007

Check it out: Community Guy – Jake McKee » Community Contest 2007: Learning to Share Any robust community is all about sharing; it’s what powers the group. Without an open exchange of ideas, content, and kind words, you don’t have (…)

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Pownce : Legal FUBAR

by oneafrikan on September 12, 2007

_ Pownce : Legal PLEASE READ THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS (THE “AGREEMENT”) CAREFULLY BEFORE USING THE SERVICES. BY CLICKING ON THE “OKAY, DONE!” BUTTON, But where is the “Okay, Done!” button??

Welcome to the Kindo Beta release!

by oneafrikan on September 7, 2007

This has been a long time coming, and it feels good to finally get there, albeit with a mountain still to climb!!! Personal reflective blog post to follow soon… A little while ago we released an Alpha to a small (…)

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