Monthly Archives: September 2008

The Internet will forever suck in South Africa

It appears to me that there is no incentive to host any online content in South Africa. Hell, there’s no point hosting anything internet related in the whole of Africa. We’ve lost. We’ve become part of the third world on the Interwebs. The dark continent remains dark in the digital age. Thanks Ivy. Thanks Telkom. In contrast, tomorrow a 1Gbps (that’s gigabit-per-second!!!) internet service arrives in Japan. for $56 a month (i.e. less than R560/month). …

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A Heroes Welcome [While Networks Fall]

A Heroes Welcome [While Networks Fall]

The much anticipated screening of the first two episodes of the Season 3 of NBC’s Heroes takes place tonight. There is not a single person I’ve spoken to who has watched this show who does not absolutely love it, which makes me confident in sticking my neck out to say that these two episodes are about to become the new most downloaded content on the Internet, ever. It’s a tragedy that the content producers haven’t …

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Slinky Post It Awesomeness [Misuse of Office Supplies Dept.]

In the spirit of the explosive Diet Coke and Mentos experiments, and bringing reminders of Sony Bravia’s “Colour like no other” campaign, we now have an awesome “Post-It note” internet marketing viral from the incredible team at Eepybird.com, sponsored by OfficeMax – the evil genius’s who also brought us “Elf Yourself“. Is there a pattern developing here? EepyBird’s Sticky Note experiment from Eepybird on Vimeo. [Via: Gizmodo]

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