In random, I talk about anything and everything that catches my fancy.
There is a question that has been bouncing in my head for some time now. Its become pretty obvious that blogging in Africa has gone mainstream with lots of activity on a whole range of different topics and issues. However, just how big is blogging in Africa? As in, how
According to the newspapers, Orange Kenya has launched yet another internet offer for the home market. The service is aptly named “Broadband Nyumbani” (nyumbani means “home” in Kiswahili). The service runs on ADSL which means it uses landlines to connect you to the internet. This service was offered by Telkom
Its official. On the 23rd of July 2009, the Internet in East Africa is going to get fast, really fast! This is because the Seacom high speed undersea cable will “go live” on that day and change the East African Internet experience as we know it. Imagine a scenario where