Monthly Archives: March 2011

Libya – Who Are The Rebels? by Jon Lee Anderson for The New Yorker

Three of the world’s great armies have suddenly conspired to support a group of people in the coastal cities and towns of Libya, known, vaguely, as “the rebels.” Last month, Muammar Qaddafi, who combines a phantasmagorical sense of reality with … Continue reading

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Whitney Houston Rocked Then…A Diva!

I’d vote Whitney….then!

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Google Chrome OS Tablet

Secret Squirrel tells Stuff Google has already built a prototype tablet running Chrome OS. Naturally we can’t divulge Mr Squirrel’s true identity, other than to say he’s someone who’s been working in-house for Google’s development arm for long enough to … Continue reading

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Earth Hour 2011

At 8:30 PM on Saturday 26th March 2011, lights will switch off around the globe for Earth Hour and people will commit to actions that go beyond the hour. With Earth Hour almost upon us, our thoughts are with the … Continue reading

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What Makes A Good Mobile App

What makes a good mobile app? In general, it’s not whether you download it but whether you keep using it. The best mobile apps are not merely interesting, fun or useful, but they’re engaging. And new research from the mobile metrics … Continue reading

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987’s Hollywood Tower Penthouse – 30 Seconds to Mars Penthouse Show

Spot the familiar face? 987’s Hollywood Tower Penthouse

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Keynote Address By President Jacob Zuma At The Commemoration of the National Human Rights Day

21 March 2011 The Speaker of the National Assembly, Mr Max Sisulu,  The Chief Justice of the Republic, Honourable Judge Sandile Ngcobo, The Minister of Justice and Constitutional Development, Jeff Radebe, Chairperson of the Human Rights Commission Lawrence Mushwana Basic … Continue reading

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