Posts Tagged “Web”
by oneafrikan on July 12, 2010
About 8 weeks ago I sat down to write a blog post entitled “Why do Tech4Africa?”, primarily dealing with the negative sentiment around the lack of “diversity” in the speakers and my frustrations with what I consider a limiting and naïve point of view. After re-reading it a few times, I decided not to post it, even after 4 hours of writing until 2am on a Sunday morning.
Since then, I’ve been overwhelmed both how much positive feedback there has been, by how positive our partner discussions have been, how willing people have been to help, and by how great the team is that we’ve assembled to make it all happen. Writing something that was in response to a small part of the overall discussion felt lame and defensive, so I didn’t.
by oneafrikan on April 8, 2010
A stellar line-up of international speakers will be joining leading African technologists to present at the inaugural Tech4Africa Conference in August this year. The conference gives South African businesses a rare opportunity to learn first hand from local and international (…)
by oneafrikan on June 30, 2009
I’ve been waiting for an excuse to get started on the Building a Startup You Love series, and writing a guest post on the IS Labs blog was a great opportunity to do so: _ Starting up is a state (…)
by oneafrikan on May 21, 2009
I’ve just had the privilege of spending some time in South Africa, my longest trip there in 7 years, and I must say it’s been a totally different experience than I had anticipated. I’ve come away much, much, much more (…)
by oneafrikan on November 6, 2008
So this week I was skimming my newsfeeds on my shiny new iPhone (which I have yet to write and rave about), using NetNewsWire for iPhone, and I came across Choosy – basically an app for managing your job searches (…)
by oneafrikan on October 29, 2008
Henrik comments on my Building a Startup You Love (is Hard) pdf / ebook _ Henrik Torstensson’s Weblog: It is not about being the most frugal Indeed, frugality is a great trait to have, in my humble opinion, when building (…)