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Revisiting the Digital Native Hypothesis

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some people claim that we're artificial constructs

It is conventional wisdom in many quarters --

Failure to TED

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Business and economy: Top news headlines from across Africa on November 16, 2016

Kenya: Offshore investments offered pension schemes the highest return in the third quarter of the year at 6.1 per cent, according to a…

An app. For my children.

It’s no secret to readers of this blog that for a while now I’ve been attempting to get back into coding. This, combined with a growing interest in building sustainability into many of my projects, has fuelled my interest in the potential of mobile apps to build out some of my ideas.

How to Use Digital Identity for Better Development

An estimated 1.5 billion people do not have a government issued and recognized proof of their legal identity. Over 10 million people in the world, with millions of children, are stateless. Migrants are expected to increase significantly in the next 5 years, due to civil strife, climate change, and changing economic landscapes. To prepare for...

Business and economy: Top news headlines from across Africa on November 15, 2016

Launched in Morocco, the ambitious Triple A initiative seeks to mobilize $30 billion for Africa to adapt its agriculture global warming.

PostGrowth: Founding an organization remotely via Skype chat

Christian Kreutz: I’m here at the Peer Value Conference with Donnie Maclurcan? I pronounced it right. That’s very nice. I was very intrigued about the work you’re saying you’re doing. Tell me a bit about what you’re doing?

Business and economy: Top news headlines from across Africa on November 14, 2016

Nigeria’s Consumer Price Index (CPI)increased to 18.3 per cent (year-on-year) in October from 17.9 per cent recorded in September.

To Tackle Noncommunicable Diseases, We Must Invest in Frontline Health Workers

Cancer kills more people in low- and middle-income countries than HIV, malaria, and tuberculosis combined.
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