Monthly Archives: March 2011

What the feck is fracking?

an aside on the interconnectedness of social media … last week, I donated tweets to greenpeace (they get to tweet on my account) fracking caught my attention in the last 24 hours, so I wrote an article as i’m about … Continue reading

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How to keep your readers when going digital – Vanity Fair rocks!

Guest post from Nicky Allen, Marketing Manager Vodacom Mobile Media Vanity Fair is probably my favourite magazine.  Till three months ago I’d never bought an issue.  I read the mag at friends houses, on weekends away or in the reception of a … Continue reading

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Arab revolution – Al Jazeera head comments

Listen to Wadah Khanfar, the head of Al Jazeera, as he shares his optimistic view on TED.com, of what’s happening in Egypt, Tunisia, Libya and beyond – when people realised they had a right to an alternative future.

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ICTs in rural development

Every street corner in Dar es Salaam is home to a brightly painted mobile phone kiosk or homegrown advert for phone services, or so it seems.  And that feels true of most African cities today. Bricks and mortar are not … Continue reading

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