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What the Tech? Make money by blogging

She started a blog with absolutely no knowledge of what a blog is. She started making a few bucks, then a few more. Today that blog Michelle Schroeder-Gardner…

THE LATEST DUMB INTERNET CHALLENGE

Apparently, the latest dumb internet challenge is the “48 Hours Missing Challenge”. Basically, participants (teens) disappear for 48 hours with the hope that their photo will end up…

Pair easing the pain via blogging

South Africa’s video blogging (vlogging) scene is rapidly growing with celebrities taking advantage of making money from telling their stories through the platform. Joining the list is US-born…

The RACGP’s technology survey results are in

The RACGP’s Views and attitudes towards technological innovation in general practice: Survey report 2018 incorporates results from the 1762 GPs who participated in the survey. The survey is designed to…

The Latest: Zimbabwe charges labor leader with subversion

HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – The Latest on Zimbabwe’s ongoing protests and turmoil. (all times local): 5:28 p.m. Zimbabwe police have charged the leader of the country’s largest labor…

Huawei has blown the trust that’s needed in high technology

Huawei’s alleged behaviour coupled with the Chinese government’s wide-ranging commercial espionage are eroding trust in the global supply chain. Rebuilding this trust will take work. Two sensational indictments…

Gender And The Technology Of Simulation: 
A Brief History of Gender Theory

One of the most notable studies of gender and philosophy of the 1990s is Judith Butler’s Gender Trouble (1990) wherein she critiques the work of Simone de Beauvoir and Luce…

From WhatsApp to Alexa : why the ad-free era is over

 Illustration by James Melaugh. We’ve weaned ourselves off banner advertisements, with a fifth of us using ad blockers in our internet browsers, according to research firm eMarketer. So-called…

The mysterious lull in big technology ideas

We wanted flying cars, instead we got 140 characters” – Peter Thiel This may seem like an odd time to question the ingenuity of the technology sector. With…

An internet shutdown is the latest frustration hitting voters in DR Congo

An internet shutdown across the Democratic Republic of the Congo is heightening fears of electoral fraud in a presidential election already marred by delays and violence. Internet connectivity in the…