Posts Tagged “Triple Bottom Line”

6 years in London

by oneafrikan on January 28, 2008

It’s been 6 years and 10 days since I arrived in London as a wet behind the ears South African 20 something looking for a red carpet, and I’ve been thinking about the different ways I could write this blog (…)

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Community Contest 2007: Putting Others First

by oneafrikan on October 25, 2007

Check this out – great idea! ;-) _ Community Guy – Jake McKee » Community Contest 2007: Putting Others First It’s Day 3 of our quest to learn about the impact of sharing on communities. We’ve learned the value of (…)

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No more stealth startup – Kindo is born today!

by oneafrikan on October 22, 2007

Right now there are lots of proud moms and pops here at our Putney offices! Today we’ve just released our first public version of Kindo [www.kindo.com], along with some nice improvements to our baby: Pruning is better (and you can (…)

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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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Kindo family shop is launched

by oneafrikan on September 19, 2007

Check it out, we’ve added a shop for some cool T’s and stuff for your wearing pleasure… ;-) _ Kindo family shop

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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Naked CEO series: Fighting fires and differing perspectives

by oneafrikan on May 3, 2007

Lately it seems that what I do is fight fires all day long. I can’t remember tha last time I sat down for a full day and cranked something out, much less a full week. No complaints at all, it (…)

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