Posts Tagged “Education”

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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Population size of the Earth now vs population size over history

by oneafrikan on February 5, 2008

If you’re interested in population ecology or population dynamics or just sustainability, then you might find this interesting… _ Population size of the Earth now vs population size over history If you add up the total number of humans who (…)

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G8 Reboot this year? Feedback would be great!

by oneafrikan on July 4, 2006

Last year amidst the Live8 concert and the G8 Summit at Gleneagles, I set up G8Reboot with Damien, in an effort to raise the profile of the G8 Summit and it’s importance. Our position was that there are a lot (…)

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Going to Web 2.0 for Good

by oneafrikan on April 27, 2006

_ Web 2.0 for Good will explore how Web-based tools such as blogs, wikis, podcasting and social bookmarking can be used to promote social change and innovation. These new tools offer unprecedented potential for campaigning organisations, charities, public sector bodies, (…)

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Science, tagging and the future of web apps?

by oneafrikan on April 24, 2006

Last night I was watching the national geographic channel with everyone at home, and I caught a glimpse of what the future of the web could hold. Many years ago (like, mid-2003) I had this idea that the internet was (…)

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Trees or Humans? – A Battle of Survival with Increasing CO2 Levels – Environment Blog

by oneafrikan on December 17, 2005

_ Trees or Humans? – A Battle of Survival with Increasing CO2 Levels – Environment Blog An interesting piece on CO2 levels and their effect on forests… “A new finding reveals that forest productivity may be significantly greater in an (…)

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Changing perceptions of Africa, Life Changes Part 1

by oneafrikan on July 31, 2005

I wrote recently about 3 events which I felt were significant in my life, and I’ve finally settled down to write about them. Knowing me this will be the first installment of three. The Live8 concerts. By now, if you’ve (…)

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