Monthly Archives: March 2014

TEDxWindhoek talk

Delighted to share – http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLsRNoUx8w3rO3y1f7cmp30QbXtWRpMGNC

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CRAN, frankly?

Ain’t this ironical? Since FB is simply not an effective platform for sharing issues requiring systemic transformation, I’ve chosen to post my earlier sentiments on my blog… and provide links on Linkedin and Twitter… maybe there’ll be some more reaction,

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Vulture conservation in Namibia seems to be between a rock and a hard place!

Given the state of conservation of vultures and other scavenging species in Namibia and neighbouring countries, the scope of the 2010 ‘National Plan of Action for the Conservation of the Cape Vulture (Gyps coprotheres) in Namibia’  should obviously be much

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Wearable solar, anyone?

So I think the convergence of Industrial Design Engineers, IP lawyers, Fashionistas, old Maths teachers and civil hackers could turn out some very interesting stuff!     This last pic is borrowed (transiently) from colourbox archive to set an example

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Light to Read has gone live!

Light to Read has gone live!

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Light to Read

10W solar light kit, battery-powered wireless router, memory stick, LED light and an affordable 7″ tablet. Off-the-shelf, locally, for the price of a good university text book.

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Light to Read – why the apparent lack of interest in libraries by ICT4E pundits?

I guess that supporting teacher involvement in what Niall Winters’ and many other pedagogues’ (peculiarly) narrow notion of mobile learning is a messy, time-consuming and resource-intensive process. Frankly, I’m amazed by the apparent lack of interest in libraries by all

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