The ability to comment anonymously, on TC and elsewhere (you anonymous web-heads, you) seems like a big deal for some people. I don’t pretend to understand it, but their wish has been granted. Readers now have the ability to post their comments as guests.
Nigeria’s Osun State has launched Opon Imo – a program to give secondary school students free tablets with educational content. Here’s why it matters.
My typical day: I wake up by 5am every weekday, go through my daily ritual and leave my house by 6am to begin my 10 km commute to work (I am a “factory worker”) to get to work almost an hour later .
It all started with a reader’s interesting suggestion that we interview Linda Ikeji for a startup founders’ series. The request seemed absurd because the intent was for the startups in question to be technology companies…obviously. This got us thinking about how loosely we use the term ‘tech startup’. Pure internet play tech co's don't exist […]
3 months ago, we turned on the Hotels.ng call-center. The decision was quite quick, so we did not have any software for the back end. All calls were logged on A4 papers and filed in a cabinet.
the Internet cannot solve all problems in Nigeria or even Africa — but the beauty of it is that it makes knowledge distributed and people can learn how to solve their own local problems by seeing how others have solved it elsewhere…