Nokia, you’re doing it right!

I’ve never considered myself much of a techie and I doubt I’ll start being one today. This won’t be an expert review of Nokia or Symbian but rather a personal account of my experience with them.I purchased a Nokia 700 a few months back while I owned a Sony Ericsson Xperia Ray. My reason for…

Indispensable at work?

In May 2011, I had lunch with my uncle who was and still is a senior manager in a Tier I bank in Kenya. Why is this relevant you may ask? My uncle had helped me get a job back then so I wanted to thank him for that but also get some advice from…

Welcome to Twitter

So you’ve joined Twitter? Welcome to the world’s largest popularity contest. You did not know that’s what it would be, did you? Neither did I. It all starts with you signing up, stating the basic information, name, email, etc. Then you select your handle which is like the username you will be known by on…

Unlimited Internet?

First off I would like to state that the views expressed in this post are solely mine. A few weeks ago I read an article by Waga Odongo (The Wag) in the Daily Nation newspaper. The article documented his experience with unlimited internet from his service provider. I immediately agreed with him and I was…

Consumerism

Jeremy Clarkson once explained “consumerism” in a way I had never thought of the word. You see he owned / owns a Range Rover. When he was buying it, it was one of the hottest cars in the market, top in tech, features and specs. Everyone wanted one but only the best, the so called…

Free Markets

If you haven’t watched Muffled Killer on YouTube I suggest you watch it here and here before you go on reading this post. Free markets are a wonderful thing. Their ability to auto-correct amazes me. You see in a free market, the market strives to cater for every single need be it normal or “abnormal” Gays and lesbians in…