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[Video] A random chat on WordPress in Africa from WordCamp Kenya 2011.

This is a video of a short but fun random chat that I had with Michael Pedersen of Uhasibu a couple of weeks ago at the inaugural WordCamp Kenya 2011 that was held at Crayfish Camp in Naivasha. In a nutshell, we talked about the pros and cons of WordPress in Kenya and the rest of Africa as a blogging and business web site platform, as well as why we had opted to attend WordCamp Kenya 2011. Initially, I did NOT plan to post this online but it just seemed to “work” really well when I watched it (and also got Michael’s consent) so here it is! Enjoy 🙂

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  1. December 16, 2011 at 4:29 pm — Reply

    WordPress rocks. It allows you to have both a website and blog on the same platform, as well as thousands of plugins to enhance the user experience. Currently building an online shop using WordPress. http://kikoromeo.com/store

  2. Hi Moseskemibaro,
    Thanks for your thoughts The development of the world-wide web has made real improvements in the field of communication. The latest additions of social networking, video chatting and blogging have greatly influenced the way of communications and the options available for man in the real world. The incorporation of video data in to the existing format of chatting has made it really easy and secure. Now the person engaged in the communication can be absolutely sure about the identity of the person he is communicating with. It is just like talking over the phone with the additional benefit that you can see each other. This process has revolutionized the way we see communication systems.
    Great Job!

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