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May, 2014

Google+ Stories: Updates on Google+ for Android

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Have you heard of Google+ Stories? If you haven’t, no worries. Google+ Stories is a new feature on Android and Web (and iOS soon) that weaves your photos, videos and places you visit into beautiful travelogues. It sifts through all those photos and selfies you take in your travel, picks the best and puts them up into a visual story. Even better is that you can edit the story yourself by picking the photos and videos you like and editing descriptions. After this, you can share them with your circles and basically […]

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Mar, 2014

10 Interesting Facts About Kenyans and the World Wide Web

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Kenyans love the World Wide Web. Even late adopters are fully embracing it for answers and business solutions. As it turns 25 this year, here are some interesting facts about Kenya on the Web. 1. The most visited website is – you guessed it – Google. Kenyans just love finding out! Second site – you also guessed right – Facebook. Let’s just say Kenyans are pretty social folks. Third site; YouTube. Oh yes, we all love videos. Who needs TV anymore when you can catch your favorite show at your convenience? […]

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Mar, 2014

The World Wide Web 25 Years Later: Where Are WWWe?

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The main thing on people’s minds right now is the craze that’s going on about the World Wide Web or WWW – Really? It is probably Miley Cyrus or Lupita Nyong’o, but hopefully, you get my drift. If you don’t know what this is all about, not Miley or Lupita, but the World Wide Web, then read on. So, where did WWWe come from? Before we can answer the question, where are wwwe? We need to answer where did wwwe come from? To start off, here is the first website […]

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Mar, 2014

Today Marks The World Wide Web 25th Anniversary: What’s So Special?

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WWWhat is going on today? Well, let me break it down for you. On this very day, 25 years ago; March 12, 1989 to be exact; a revolution in the way people access information began, a revolution so big that without it, what you’re reading here would still be in my machine and only visible to close friends. I’m referring to the World Wide Web (simply WWW). Many of you may not understand it and may mistake it for the Internet, or that bloody-data-draining-icon on their phones. Put simply, it’s what […]

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