For those who are more comfortable with working with local languages especially Luganda, a great initiative of translating Mozilla Firefox into Luganda, one of Uganda’s largest spoken language was started by Translate.org.za, Faculty of Computing and Information Technology, Makerere University and Rhodes University. In just two days, a group of around 300 students with a […]

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Today is July 25th, 2008 and is the 9th Annual System Administrator Appreciation Day. Every last Friday of July of the year has been marked as the System Administrator Appreciation Day. Having been partly a system administrator (sysadmin) for almost a year at my former workplace after my studies. I really know what it means […]

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Guess the title is kinda confusing but I can’t think of anything else to call it. For reasons unknown to myself, at the end of today everything looks to be downside up upside down. I have visited a lot of websites and many seemed to have received a lot of traffic and therefore being offline […]

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Just after making a presentation at the UDERB workshop which was organised by SchoolNet Uganda, I have been monitoring the UDERB website. Well, I have found a website i.e. edublogs.org which provides free blogs for teachers, trainers, lecturers, librarians and other education professionals. For education professionals who are just starting to use the web, I […]

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This Tuesday, I was invited by the SchoolNet Uganda Executive and Training Director, Mr Daniel Kakinda to give a presentation of how SchoolNet Uganda and ICTs in general had had an impact on me and surely, I did get time after work to go there. The most amusing thing was that I started my presentation […]

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Are you so much used to Open Source Software but now running on a Windows machine or you would like to venture in to Open Source before deleting your Windows OS? Well, I found a very good resource with links to good free and open-source software which can be run on your Windows machine. From […]

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