Posts Tagged “General”

Impossible is Nothing

by oneafrikan on June 4, 2008

Great Wed morning reminder ;-) _ Greatest Ad Campaign ever: Impossible is Nothing « David Adewumi “Some people listen to themselves rather than listening to what others say.These people don’t come along very often, but when they do, they remind (…)

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Checkout the debt post “Buy now, pay more later” from Peter

by oneafrikan on April 25, 2008

As usual, Peter put’s it into perspective… _ Buy now, pay more later So this week I’m going to have a look at what has been going on in America. I think the decade of 1999 to 2008 is going (…)

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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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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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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

SxSWi08 Panda Bears Day 1 on Flickr, check it out

by oneafrikan on March 9, 2008

Had lots of fun last night taking photo’s of peeps, using the “you’re a Panda bear” theme to break the ice ;-) _ SxSWi08 Panda Bears Day 1 on Flickr

Profile in a kindo family tree dating back to 1702

by oneafrikan on November 16, 2007

Pretty cool to know that we’re developing something that can do this, for people in 9 languages spread across 116 countries ;-) _ Kindo – Profile in a kindo family tree dating back to 1702 We recently had a posting (…)

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