Lessons from Talladega Nights for Guys
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Tonight I watched Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby, a new Will Ferrell movie. I really enjoy his films because its movies for guys, with humour for guys. And it was hilarious, on par with Anchorman. Will Ferrell’s dry humour is not for everybody but the physical comedy makes up for that. Now this

China moves toward "real name system" for Blogging
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I’m facinated how China is regulating the Internet. There is a lot of critics and companies like Google and Yahoo have been roasted over the coals for how they co-operate with the Chinese government. I do believe they are doing right when you consider a staggering 446.7% growth from 2000 to 2006. I can’t even

Mobile Bereaucracy!
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Trapped in the democratic bureaucracy-thats the best word to define the state on MNP in the mobile industry in South Africa, early mid last month when Mr. Paris Mashile made a presentation at Mobility Conference it emerged as if ICASA is ahead of the project, still ICASA was playing hard game. The regulator become aware

New version ClamWin Free Antivirus
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I’ve been using ClamWin, an open-source and free antivirus program for about two years now. Its is absolutely the best open source product I’ve ever used (next to Mozilla Firefox). When my original Norton Antivirus expired and they wanted me to pay in excess of US$50 to renew, I decided to look elsewhere. And to

Microsoft Internet Explorer 7 available
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The browser wars are here again! I’ve been on the Internet since 1993 and its amazing to see that we can still get excited when a new web browser version is released. When the Netscape browser was killed by Microsoft it seemed like the end. Well Firefox has slowly but surely been increasing its market

Big News Google Buys Youtube for $1.6 billion
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I’ve been a user of Google Video and Youtube for several months now. Maybe I am fortunate here in South Africa because I’ve had an ADSL link for more then 2 years and I recently got a Wifi networking going. So I’m surfing the net all the time for cool things. A big distraction is

Would you rather be Steve Jobs or Bill Gates?
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I would rather be Steve Jobs because he’s so much cooler, so much happier, so much more inspiring. He’s Harvard University commencement address I wrote about here, is one of the deepest messages I’ve ever read and the way that Jobs described his life into three concicse lessons is powerfull and potent. One some websites

Free Hug Campaign
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I received an email out of the blue from a life coach, Jeannette Maw, I contacted last year when I was going through an introspective period. Her core teaching is the Law of Attraction, a universal law that is the way the universe operates whether we believe it or not. And only now am I

Queue no more
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Ronnie Apteker must be one of the most humble millionaires I personally know. He was the founder of Internet Solution with a few other guys back in 1993. This was also the first company I worked for in 1997 when I moved to Joburg. And I still have a strong connection with them. He writes