How to use Skype and make VOIP calls for beginners in South Africa
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Skype allows users to make telephone calls from their computer to other Skype users free of charge, or to landlines and cell phones for a fee. Unlike most other VOIP (Voice-over-Internet) software, Skype uses a peer-to-peer model, which is the most efficient way for transferring large amounts of data over the Internet, in a distributed

Cape Town celebrates its unique innovation in the IT industry
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The Cape IT Initiative (CITI) concluded a bumper year last night announcing the winners of its VIP Graduate Club and Women in IT programme. Kathy McCabe was announced as the overall winner in the Women in IT programme. McCabe runs Radical Learning, which supplies bespoke learning software as well as training to a number of

Link To Your World podcast interview
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Recently I was approached to do an interview about the rise of the individual with Link To Your World. Some of the points I discussed was how I moved from working in the corporate sector to starting my own business. And I also discussed the power of social networking and social influence to position you

The Cluetrain to getting cosier with Your Clients
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This is a column I wrote for the Institute of Directors’ Directorship magazine – Download the scanned article here: The Cluetrain to getting Cosy with your Clients. Here’s the full article. “A powerful global conversation has begun. Through the Internet, people are discovering and inventing new ways to share relevant knowledge with blinding speed. As

Be Like Water, my final Toastmasters speech for 2007
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This was my final Toastmasters speech for the year and my 10th, which I passed. It is also the final speech in the first level: Competent Communicator: Madam Toastmaster, Ladies and Gentlemen… For the longest time I did not understand the difference between motivation and inspiration. However, as I kept studying and learning I believe