Monthly Archives: September 2010

Rolling With The Punches – Barack Obama

Let’s just look at the facts. When President Obama took office, the economy was teetering on the edge of the abyss. Washington was complicit in pushing it toward the disaster that loomed. We were hemorrhaging jobs. America’s international reputation was in tatters. … Continue reading

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Corrupt Democracy – John Githongo

John Githongo knows up close and personal what corruption looks like. In 2003, as Kenya’s anti-corruption czar, he unearthed a $1 billion scam involving some of the country’s top ministers. The 91-page report he prepared won him no friends at home, … Continue reading

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Kenya’s Informal Sector – Some Great Lessons

Steve Daniels was a “scrawny white kid” from New York when he went to Kenya to study development technology and ended up writing a book about the informal sector that changed the way he viewed the world. More importantly, it … Continue reading

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Man Utd vs Liverpool – 19/09/10

Dimitar Berbatov scored a hat-trick as Manchester United enjoyed a thrilling 3-2 victory over old rivals Liverpool at Old Trafford. United appeared in danger of throwing away a winning position for the third time this season when Steven Gerrard’s brace had … Continue reading

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Smartphone Savvy

Microsoft (aka MSFT) Exchange Synchronization (Outlook E-Mail, Calender, Tasks, Contacts), Facebook App, Twitter App, Skype…all these have now become a set standard for individuals to be both productive at work whilst still keeping in-touch with friends and the ever changing world. … Continue reading

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VirginBlue – 10th Birthday

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