The digital momentum post 1976

The brand of every country is invested in its youth, as they are the custodians and future leaders who will direct the country either to sham or greatness. It is currently youth month in South Africa, the big question is, is it an exciting or depressing era for the youth in the young adult (21)…

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The era of millennials online

I have been hearing and seeing a lot of online media with the word "Millennial" in it. That word (also known as generation y) describes "children of the day"; any one born from the 1980s to the early 2000s; this according to Wikipedia. I decided to look into this word and I found that reference was being made to the…

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Nairobi traffic: adapt or die

The site of traffic in Africa's major cities leaves us all agitated. However, we all learn to adapt and move on - mainly out of lack of choice. See how bad traffic is at this Lanana and Woodlands intersection in Kilimani, Nairobi, as depicted by a gif. Notice how life goes on with each driver…

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Last night’s Jeff Koinange Live show deserved some #TwitterAnalytics treament

With the saga surrounding the arrest of Jeff Koinange on contempt-of-court charges earlier this week, Kenya Television Network (KTN) had a trick up its sleeve for last night's Jeff Koinange Live (JKL) show at 10pm, and the stance worked.   [View the story "Last night's Jeff Koinange Live show deserved some #TwitterAnalytics treament" on Storify]…

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eNiversity: a brand born out of the 2.0 meaning of “information is power”

This post is part of the eNitiate brand revitalisation journey, and it is a sequel to the eNitiate Visual.ly post.   Information is power: traditional meaning The traditional meaning of the phrase "information is power" is that the value of information is inversely related to the number of people who possess it - i.e. information is valuable when it is…

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