Posts Tagged “Announced”

The London Startup Scene

by oneafrikan on April 23, 2008

Good article from Sarah Lacy on UK startups… Web Startups: The London Scene London has never been considered a center of entrepreneurship. As TechCrunch UK editor Mike Butcher notes, Europeans are encumbered with the well-worn caricature that they’re too lazy (…)

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Building a startup you love is hard (BaSYLiH) – First Draft

by oneafrikan on April 11, 2008

This is the first draft of the content from the core conversation panel I did at SxSW earlier this year. When it’s done it will go up as a PDF and a blog post. I’m posting here so that I (…)

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Kindo releases photo’s today

by oneafrikan on March 12, 2008

I’m sitting in the airport at Chicago and am just about to get on a plane back to London. Feeling more tired and whacked out than in a long time; probably the last SxSw… Anyways, if you’re reading this and (…)

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SxSWi08 Panda Bears Day 2 and 3 on Flickr, check it out

by oneafrikan on March 11, 2008

Just uploaded a bag more photos from the last two days… check them out and start adding your comments ;-) SxSwi 08 Day 2 & Pandas SxSwi 08 Day 3 & Pandas

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 ;-)

SA: Run for the hills, the country is falling apart

by oneafrikan on February 19, 2008

Great post from Peter about what’s going on in SA… recommended reading. _ Run for the hills, the country is falling apart Going to have a good old rant, it has been a while. For all the new people – (…)

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Peter Nixon joins the web again, long live Peter Nixon

by oneafrikan on February 19, 2008

My good friend Peter has just gotten off his arse and done his blog up all nice and proper, with content and all. Of course it took me ages to get the server sorted out, install the blog engine, and (…)

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