Tag: Events

  • Pesach 2018

    Pesach 2018

    This Pesach is our third in Israel. We hosted the seder and had friends over. It was a good evening, and amazing food that Gina prepared. We also have leftovers that will keep us going for most of the rest of Pesach! Here are a couple more scenes from our evening:

  • Last night’s SA Airlink emergency landing was tweeted and blogged from moments after the plane came to a halt at OR Tambo airport. The journalist on the scene was Alec Hogg, a respected financial journalist. I used Storify to aggregate the story’s reports, including Hogg’s tweets, videos and his first hand blog post: View the […]

  • This letter was published in the North Eastern Tribune for the week ending 23 September 2011. This movement is certainly achieving one thing: sparking a debate! If you are unfamiliar with Slutwalk, the following is from the Slutwalk JHB website: We are here to unite behind the simple idea that there is never an excuse […]

  • In the off-chance you are stuck at work or otherwise not in front of a TV and desperately want to watch the Royal Wedding tomorrow, you can stream it from YouTube on the Royal Channel which looks a bit like this (there are a couple bogus channels up and you are really going to want […]

  • We just checked our registration at our local polling station for the upcoming local elections. Register if you want to have your say.

  • I am a very bad blogger! I filmed these two speeches at The Gathering almost a month ago and forgot to let everyone know they are available. Well, until now. The Gathering was a terrific experience and The Daily Maverick people did a terrific job putting the event together and securing the speakers who spoke. […]

  • I’m at the Seacom event at Nelson Mandela Square in Sandton and I thought I would do a quick post here using the bank of computers lined up for our use.  I captured the initial speeches using Qik and my N97 which you can watch below here. There wasn’t any public wifi available but we […]

  • We’re heading off to the 27 Dinner tonight like half of Joburg geekdom. I’m looking forward to it partly because we are going to hear from Justin Spratt and Google’s new country manager, Stephen Newton (please no Google PR speak??!). I’ll probably be posting to FriendFeed as we go (look for the comments to this […]