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|Archived Since:||August 11, 2008|
As 2014 comes to a close and almost everyone goes into holiday mode even my bread and butter Google Analytics graphs all settle down for the festive season. Suddenly there is much more time to think as there is more free time available to do what matters most to me. Show More Summary
As promised in a previous post I’ve been mulling this idea for another use for the 22seven mobile app. How about creating a virtual joint bank account without all the hassle of actually having to go into a bank and none of the admin....Show More Summary
Ever heard the word Geocaching? It’s like a treasure hunt with your GPS enabled mobile phone. We live in a city filled with truly amazing scenery. The only problem with it being tourist season is that everything is pretty pricy and busy. Show More Summary
This sponsored post brings back fond memories of learning to drive. Can you recall your first experience behind the wheel? I can. It was a sunny Sunday afternoon and we we’re driving a bakkie on the N1 to Cape Town. Being only 13 years...Show More Summary
It’s been about 2 weeks since starting to use the 22seven app to better understand my finances and boy has it been an eye opening experience. Just like the spec in their logo A few Friday’s ago they invited a few bloggers to learn more...Show More Summary
This must be the best thing to happen to education since, well since forever. One laptop per child couldn’t come close to Lantern. With almost everyone in Africa having access to a mobile phone and soon smart mobile devices with Wifi. Show More Summary
Has there ever been a time when you’ve found yourself somewhere in the wwworld outside the South African time one and your favourite live sports was being played but the country you’re in doesn’t show cricket, rugby or even tennis? You...Show More Summary
Many Cape Town Startups have come an gone over the years. Some sold while others folded or flipped. One thing is for sure: Cape Town is the Startup captial of South Africa. A recent project brought to us by the local media Goliath 24.com (the same people who are sponsoring … The post Mapping the Cape Town Start-Up Economy appeared first on Web AddiCT(s); by Rafiq Phillips.
Last Friday I was lucky enough to be invited to attend an intro session to the finance app for humans by 22seven. They’re a mobile first company so you can do everything important from signing up to adding bank accounts on the iOS and Google Android apps. Show More Summary
The selfie phenomenon has just been upgraded with the introduction of Selfie Stick to the South African market. What exactly is a Selfie Stick you may be wondering. Simply put, it’s an extendable Monopod, think one leg of a tripod camera stand with a clasp for you smart phone. The … The post Stick It to Your Selfies appeared first on Web AddiCT(s); by Rafiq Phillips.
Somewhere in the suburb of Observatory, one of the many undergoing regeneration on the outskirts of Cape Town’s central business district, is the Springlab office. Unlike most technology companies it felt like walking into a warm and comfortable home. Show More Summary
Mike Perk just emailed the following to everyone on the HeavyChef mailing list: When I started in the digital industry in the mid-90’s, it was as an enthusiastic Search Engine Optimiser. It was like the Wild West, playing cat and mouse...Show More Summary
This holiday season, along with the gifts that will be bought, you’ll also be making many more calls to loved ones all around the wwworld. A recent app that was brought to my attention & allows you to make cheap international call is Toolani. Show More Summary
As most of you who are reading this celebrate Christmas I decided to share something with you that’ll be a perfect stocking filler. The SanDisk Ultra Dual USB Drive. We all need a flash disk some time or another and there is always one lying around somewhere at home. Show More Summary
If you are a Public Relations Professional or Marketing on behalf of a brand blogger outreach can be a very time consuming process. Most people who blog in South Africa do it as a hobby and earn little or no income from their very own digital spaces in the wwworld. Show More Summary
This blog’s secondary income source has always been Google Adsense. Back in the day when hosting with unlimited bandwidth was unheard of in South Africa. Facebook and Twitter didn’t exist and it was one of the few ways we could connect with like minded individuals. Show More Summary
It’s truly amazing to see how WordPress as well as the WordPress ecosystem has evolved in Cape Town over the past few years. From a group of bloggers who have been sharing ideas in a small tight-knit community to a massive & diverse community ranging from student who want to … The post Win a Ticket to WordCamp Cape Town 2014 appeared first on Web AddiCT(s); by Rafiq Phillips.
In South Africa and most sub-saharan countries, mobile phone penetration has surpassed the 100% penetration mark, and unsurprisingly, this figure is still growing exponentially. The market however is still dominated by feature phones. Show More Summary
The writing is on the wall for MXit, in South Africa anyways. Or the writing has been on the wall for a long time, nobody was really noticing. Have a look at the Google trends graph above. 2go another mobile instant messaging app has more interest than Mxit has today. … The post MXit. Dead yet? May It Rest In Peace. appeared first on Web AddiCT(s); by Rafiq Phillips.
Pagely Test Like Pagely Test? Try these too Pagely Test Post #30daychallenge Day 16: If I want to change my career to software development, where do I start? The Ford Invite The post Pagely Test appeared first on Web AddiCT(s);.