Year: 2013

Download 5th edition of World Internet Project

webmaster /December 22, 2013

The Center for the Digital Future at the USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism has released the fifth report of the World Internet Project. To download the report of the World Internet Project, click here. This year’s report, a global partnership of research institutions that compiles data on the behavior and views of Internet Continue Reading →

Stop Watching Us

Ramon Thomas /December 1, 2013 is a coalition of more than 100 public advocacy organizations and companies from across the political spectrum. This video harnesses the voices of celebrities, activists, legal experts, and other prominent figures in speaking out against mass surveillance by the NSA. Please share widely to help us spread the message that we will not stand Continue Reading →

Introducing World Renowned 10x Coach For Entrepreneurs

webmaster /November 20, 2013

Dan Sullivan – Dan Sullivan – Co-Founder of Strategic Coach® – Has Helped Transform the Lives and Business Ventures of Over 16,000 Clients With His Revolutionary Strategic Coach® Program November 19, 2013 – Dan Sullivan is amused by the unique biographical detail that finds him growing up on a farm outside of Milan, Ohio, just Continue Reading →

Seminar on new technology in tomorrow’s world

webmaster /November 17, 2013

The Department of Information Science at the University of Pretoria cordially invites you and your colleagues to attend a seminar presented by Dr Anthon Botha, CEO of Technoscene on 27 November 2013. He will reflect on: Tomorrow’s world – future technologies In many instances tomorrow’s world exists today, we just do not know it, or Continue Reading →

How to Give Punch to Your Everyday E-mail

Ramon Thomas /November 6, 2013

Most people start their email messages with the recipient’s name. Example: “Maya, I really enjoyed meeting you.” But it sounds more personal if you use it at the END of the sentence: “I really enjoyed meeting you, Maya.” When you have something really important to convey, use their name in the MIDDLE of a sentence to make that particular Continue Reading →

Mexico girl dubbed ‘the next Steve Jobs’

webmaster /November 4, 2013

Mexico City – Mexico has found a new heroine: A 12-year-old math whiz from a state plagued by drug violence who was dubbed “The Next Steve Jobs” by a US magazine. The youngest of eight children from a modest family, Paloma Noyola was thrown under the media spotlight since Wired magazine featured the black-haired girl Continue Reading →

Online Dating Will Soon Be Obsolete

Ramon Thomas /October 29, 2013

By Amanda Hess We are living in a time of great transition for digital romance. A new study from the Pew Research Center’s Internet and American Life Project, released Monday, found that 59 percent of American Internet users believe that “online dating is a good way to meet people,” a 14-point jump since 2005. Among Continue Reading →

10 Tips for helping our Matric Students

Ramon Thomas /October 10, 2013

As more than half a million matrics in South Africa begin their exams soon, the hopes and dreams of our country rest on their shoulders. This is a huge responsibility for many teens who hope to succeed, despite tremendous adversity. Knowing they are not alone and having every South African rooting for them will help Continue Reading →