Posts Tagged “Wordpress”

The Curious Incident of the Missing Market – Technology for Africa ’07?

by oneafrikan on April 5, 2007

Dave Duarte and Mike Stopforth have put together a regular marketing podcast for South Africans, which is shaping up to be a promising part of the ecosystem. Recently there was an attempt to get a “web 2.0 conference” done in (…)

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Web 2.0 London Geek BBQ – summer kicks off; BBQ Etiquette humour

by oneafrikan on March 15, 2007

It’s been about a week now since the the good weather has hit London, so I think it’s time to start thinking about the next Web 2.0 / Geek BBQ. This year has seen an explosion of the innovator community (…)

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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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WordPress Security Update – PHP Security Blog

by oneafrikan on January 18, 2007

_ WordPress Security Update – PHP Security Blog Might be worth checking out…

Technology for Africa ’07 credit card test passed, speakers announced

by oneafrikan on December 6, 2006

The last week or so has seen us sit with bated breath, waiting to see the reaction to the web and emerging technology conference we’re going to put together for Africans (with an African context of course). Well, we’re happy (…)

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Check out Mike Stopforth

by oneafrikan on November 28, 2006

_ Mike Stopforth » About I am a consultant, writer and speaker. I help companies translate real value from Web 2.0 trends and technologies for better business. I’m privileged to have the opportunity to write a weekly op-ed column for (…)

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Tech 4 Africa – Gaining momentum

by oneafrikan on November 28, 2006

And so it begins…. We’ve started getting some really good feedback for the Tech 4 Africa conference (last check we were up to about 30 replies after a day or so of being up and emailing to an initial beta (…)

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