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Charted: African ‘Facebook Index’ by nation
October 4, 2010 ♦ Statistics
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Internet World Stats has always been an excellent resource for global Internet use figures. For years, the site has routinely updated country-specific Internet penetration statistics when new ITU reports become available. However, in early September, Internet World Stats began tracking the number of Facebook users by both continent and country. …

OA News: October 1, 2010
October 1, 2010 ♦ News
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Updated undersea cable infograph, intellectual property progress

African tech startups go 0-for-3 at Seedcamp Week
September 30, 2010 ♦ Business & Web
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600 applicants
40 hailed from South Africa
3 of 23 semi-finalists were from South Africa
0 of 12 finalists are African start-ups

O ICT
September 30, 2010 ♦ Uncategorized
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Considering how networks are often compared to trees, it only makes sense to adapt an inspirational poem to the structure/tune “O Tannenbaum“. The possibilities are endless:
O ICT, O ICT,
How Africa adores you!
From local content in the south,
To mobile banking in the east.
O ICT, O ICT,
How Africa adores you!
O ICT, O …

OA News: September 26-27, 2010
September 28, 2010 ♦ News
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Connecting 600k schools, LION2 cable to land in Kenya, indigenous software for Nigeria

Will the public ever hear (or care) about IPv6?
September 23, 2010 ♦ Web
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Imagine waking up one day in 2012 and loading your browser’s homepage only to find an “address not found” error. It would feel like the end of the world and could very well happen if servers are not properly upgraded by domain registries and educational institutions. Globally, let alone in …