Tag Archives: Mac

Mac vs PC: Windows 7

(lol)

Amazing keyboardless laptop introduced by Apple

Online media strategies & the future of print: Interview with Mags magazine

Did this interview Gareth Richards from Mags Magazine on online media… 1 Can you give me your views on how important your online presence is to the newspaper? Has it grown more quickly/slowly than the paper version? At the Mail & Guardian we are in the fortunate position where both our newspaper and website are […]

The perfect Mac mini home theatre setup

I decided to take the plunge and finally upgrade my home theatre. I had three main objectives: It needed to be completely digital (no analogue connections), ie HDMI/DVI for video and optical connections for audio. It need to be a converged set up where I could view all my multimedia, including my pictures, in one […]

Comprehensive review of Amatomu

This is a very comprehensive and very well written review of Amatomu. On the well-read Global Voices site, Ndesanjo Macha tracks the history of the site and includes comments from most of the bloggers who wrote about Amatomu during the early launch phase. The site has got a bit fuller and busier since launch. We’ve […]

Mail & Guardian launches its first podcast

Well, well, well. We launched our first podcast. We decided to go the route of a professional broadcaster rather than hearing the untrained raspy, stuttering, coughing voices of M&G Online journalists. I think it turned out great, if I may say so. Tony Lankester is the host — he is ex-SAFM and now works for […]

Full speech on media portrayal of Africa by SA deputy pres

Editors and their different media play a crucial role in ensuring success or failure in Africa’s quest to hold the world stage. There is, of course, enough competing news around these days to exert heavy centrifugal pressure away from Africa yet. I would still argue that we deserve and even demand attention for Africa…..

The great convergence sideshow

It’s always been cheap and easy to publish on the web. Big professional, online publishers share the same medium as small-time, personal homepages. Online publishers typically publish at a lower cost than newspapers or magazines, making it an affordable option for shoestring publishers and budding entrepreneurs. It’s why they are in the web business in the first place.

The power of information

Net Savvy The power of information People are still asking today how it was that the world failed to mobilise during the Rwanda genocide. Nearly a million Africans were hacked and slaughtered, making it one of the most appalling genocides in history — yet the world didn’t lift a finger. Could it be that the […]

Audio streaming online: Dare to Stream

Net Savvy Dare to Stream Radio “streaming” may draw in a surprising amount of listeners, but the business prospects have yet to evolve. Matthew Buckland considers the current landscape and future prospects of the net’s audio capabilities. Thanks to the world wide web, regional and national South African radio stations have become, in a sense, […]