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"We Are Africans" is the powerful new single by JJC (digital release date 24 October 2009) which embodies the meaning and significance of Black History Month. "We Are Africans" combines the sentiment of pride with clear messages of unity and positivity. Serious, but also fun, tongue-in-cheek and wildly infectious, "We Are Africans" is an anthem - in fact it could be labelled as the national anthem for the United States of Africa, a concept which signifies the fortification, unification and reinvention of Africa and Africans across the world. Continue reading
Posted Oct 2, 2009 at A thousand miles from Greenland
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Check this out. Somebody is giving me a good reason to buy a Windows laptop. Two screens! GScreen Corp., laptop manufactures, have announced the GScreen spacebook, a dual screen laptop scheduled for release later this year. Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2009 at A thousand miles from Greenland
A couple of weeks back, a photopgraher friend of mine was looking to buy a digital camera. He had no idea where to start. He can choose a good reliable analogue camera with his eyes closed. He knows what to look for in that kind of camera. But what do these needs translate to in a digital camera? Continue reading
Posted Sep 5, 2009 at A thousand miles from Greenland
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Simply put, NEXT fuels the belief that the newspaper will never die. NEXTonSUNDAY got me buying newspaper after about 10 years of undivided devotion to online content. The recently launched NEXT daily will give Newpaper traditionalists some hope, and even win over some 'modernists'. It's about presentation. Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2009 at A thousand miles from Greenland
The Central Bank of Nigeria has admitted it released a 'shoddy list' of debtors. Not good. The sack of five Bank's MDs is now questionable based on a few typographical errors in a debtors' list. Continue reading
Posted Aug 31, 2009 at A thousand miles from Greenland