Before Social Media Took Us By Storm
Before the Facebook, Twitter and Whatsapp era, there were no smartphones. Only “dumb” phones did exist. The phone owner then was “smarter” than the handset he/she own... Read more
Other Leaks Please!?
What was once a rarity has of late become a norm. We can say it is almost trendy although not desirable because it is utterly damning and, above all, bizarre. Even though that too is not eas... Read more
Story Of The Maid When The Master Is Out Of Sight
Even before the break of dawn, she is already up. It is part of her routine. Never mind the fact that she always goes to bed only hours to dawn. Before the Madame (Master) of home is up, she... Read more
Ugandans, Where Is Your Love For African Football?
With only hours left to the Kickoff of Africa’s biggest football showpiece, the African Nations Cup, one wonders where the love for African football is? Especially in a country like Uganda.... Read more
The Future Of Higher Education Delivery Is Online
Higher Education is education beyond high school or post-secondary education or tertiary education. It is often delivered at universities, institutes, colleges, schools, academies, or semina... Read more
Social Media Is SOMETIMES Overrated And In Other Cases Antisocial
Last weekend at the Social Media Day in Kampala, I took a position that received both plaudits and criticism in almost equal measure. Contrary to popular opinion in the room on the day, I ar... Read more
A Lesson Or Two From Recent Social Media Trends
Once upon a time, seven heads of states attended an ICT Summit in one East African nation; a summit that was primarily intended to make a case for ICT, and to show commitment to transform ou... Read more
Why You Need To Read Privacy Policies On Social Sites