Posts Tagged “The browsers”

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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Going to: d.Construct 2007: User Experience Design Conference

by oneafrikan on May 24, 2007

Go see: _ d.Construct 2007: User Experience Design Conference d.Construct is an affordable, one-day conference aimed at those designing and building the latest generation of web-based applications. Previous years have seen speakers from organizations including Amazon, Google and the BBC, (…)

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An update on Technology for Africa ’07

by oneafrikan on January 30, 2007

I thought it’d be a good time to send an update on developments regards the conference so here goes: Firstly, we’ve passed the “is there enough interest test?“. We’ve received more than 150 initial signups since posting the questionnaire and (…)

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Software Wars map

by oneafrikan on January 15, 2007

_ Software Wars A graphic map depicting the epic struggle of Free and Open Source Software (FOSS) against the Empire of Microsoft… ;-)

Sony Ericsson goes visual Web 2.0, but not under the hood it seems

by oneafrikan on July 3, 2006

My housemate Dunners just took delivery of his new phone tonight, so we all sat around my PC checking out the specs online. Typical web geek that I am, I was more interested in the UI how the site had (…)

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Web 2.0 London / blogging / Geek / Suits / Normal people – drinks and BBQ – open invite – 23rd June from 7pm

by oneafrikan on June 21, 2006

Just a friendly reminder for this Friday: The next BBQ is this Friday on the 23rd June, same time and place as the last one: http://www.oneafrikan.com/archives/2006/05/23/geekbbq-tomfoolery-in-london/ Upcoming.org -> http://upcoming.org/event/80247/ Address is: (now withheld to protect privacy ;-) http://maps.google.co.uk/maps?f=q&hl=en&q=sw19&om=1 (also to (…)

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The beginning of the end for MSFT?

by oneafrikan on June 7, 2006

I haven’t yet had the time to look through the evidence and posts yet, but since I’ve been to France, two things have happened that make me think that MSFT is about to start a very long battle to keep (…)

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