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Handover the dictatorship of the Internet to the natives

It was heard. After Diplo's Jovan's IGF09 "Fly Diplomacy" and the speak of "Digital Natives", it was amazing how Jovan's "digital natives" speech quicky mutated into "Digital Citizens". Too fly, it must be said. Luckily, It was seen. Incorporate more youth in the IGF.

Digital Natives at the IGF09 and Youth Camp at Sharm El Sheikh.… Continue

Added by Henry Owera on December 5, 2009 at 5:00pm — No Comments

The East African Internet Governance Forum (EAIGF) 2009

Am attending the EAIGF 2009. Nairobi, Kenya 7th-9th September 2009 which has brought together the countries of Kenya (Host), Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda and an observing South Sudan. UN-IGF's Markus Kummer and Rt. Alun Michaek, Member of Parliament, UK were in attendance.

The sessions read: 1. access on broadband country reports and opportunities and challenges of broadband in East Africa and seeking an East African… Continue

Added by Henry Owera on September 8, 2009 at 12:00pm — 5 Comments

Now that we are Diplo IGC friends ...

Hello friends,

Greetings from right now in South Sudan.

From Mozambique (AFRICOMM 2009), through Uganda (IGF I have missed that one) over South Sudan to Sharm El Sheik, Brazil, and welcoming Mr. Adan (Mexico) and other new members, colleagues I am delighted, thrilled that we are ... friends in the Diplo Internet Governance Community. Congratulations upon that feat. We are no longer so strange. The fibre has been developed.

While in South Sudan, and looking… Continue

Added by Henry Owera on August 14, 2009 at 3:20pm — 1 Comment

Networking resumes shortly

I need to manage my networking. I have no favourite books but Sun Tzu's Art of War. Pardon me! Allow me get ready, mobilising and appreciating the ground ... networking resumes shortly

Added by Henry Owera on May 22, 2009 at 5:00pm — 2 Comments



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