Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/31/2005 01:48:00 AM
I arrived last night after a long, and tiring flight from Egoli/Jozi (Johannersburg) where I was attending the Commons-Sense conference. I was interviewed by Rhodes university's New Media Lab. Watch the video here.Read more!
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/30/2005 05:56:00 AM
I just opened the email from Kenya Unlimited about a show on Kenyan bloggers on Open Source Radio next week.
I am still at the commons-sense conference. This morning there was a very moving panel on Blogging the Commons. I am overwhelmed. Dont click...as I promised I will post detailed information about all these panels, the conversations, and discussions. Lots of ideas and information to chew.
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/27/2005 04:37:00 AM
A team of 15 students and two staff members from the New Media Lab at the School of Journalism and Media Studies (Rhodes university) are live-blogging from the conference. Amazing! Follow the conference here.
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/26/2005 06:51:00 AM
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/25/2005 11:48:00 PM
The Southern African NGO Network (SANGONeT), in collaboration with the Association for Progressive Communications (APC), is hosting a Thetha forum on Tuesday, 24 May 2005, to discuss whether Southern African organisations should use Creative Commons to licence the information that they produce. More...Read more!
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/18/2005 11:36:00 PM
My friend Mokhtar, who teaches Arabic at the School for International Training, has started blogging in Tamazeight. Mokhtar is a storyteller. He has been telling stories orally and in print media. Now he goes digital. There is also a Shona blog and Chagga (which happens to be my language) blog from Texas.Read more!
Posted by Ndesanjo Macha at 5/17/2005 11:55:00 PM