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Get a Digital Mentor

I am in a celebratory mood. For over one year I worked on a project that needed us to convert files from a format that was only visible on desktop browsers to a more responsive format. A more responsive format adapts to any device (desktop, laptop, tablet, phablet, etc), screen or browser.

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Disengaged Employees in the Digital Age

Dr. Ade (not real name) was looking forward to his trip to Barcelona, Spain. He was one of a handful of medical consultants from his country invited to attend one of the leading conferences in his specialty. Hundreds of delegates from tens of countries would be attending.

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The Commander-in-Chief as the Chief Errand Officer

Let’s round up 2013 with a case study.

It was never meant to be that way. Even the worst of pessimists never saw it coming. When it happened the Commander in Chief could not believe it. Something so small, so seemingly routine…became a storm in a tea cup! Never before in the history of digital technology had such embarrassment gone all the way to the top.

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Bridging the Digital Divide on our Campuses

As Nigeria marks 53 years of independence on October 1st, Iet us remind ourselves that “a nation's greatness is markedly enhanced when its citadels of learning become Centres of Excellence in Innovation, Breakthrough Technology and/or Research”.

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Who Is Afraid of Social Media?

For some months now, there has been a growing clamour for social media to be regulated in some form or the other.

The battle lines have been drawn between opponents and proponents

For the opponents, social media is a growing nuisance – likened to an unruly teenager.

An online survey of 2,698 people conducted by VitalSmarts in February 2013 revealed the following interesting facts:

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What’s Next?

This is the text of the talk I had for the Advanced Writing and Reporting Skills (AWARES 12) class of the School of Media and Communication at their family tie dinner held on Saturday, June 29, 2013 in Lagos, Nigeria.

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