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I firstly wanna greet everyone citing this website and want every one to know that this is an open invitation for suggestions and comments. I am doing my first year in media studies and love writing about anything that i have in mind . So feel free to write or give feed back.

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to eat or not to eat

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heil die leser

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To PC or to PS3...

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Yes, that is the question.

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Let there be light?

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I WAS BLOWN AWAY by yet another shocking revelation on the front page of the Sunday Times this week, which could just put Eskom out of business.
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Waiting to see the light

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AMID REPORTS that Bedfordview and various other unfortunate areas were again without electricity last week, I have to wonder how we`re supposed to cope once winter arrives in earnest.
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Who needs Information Technology?

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So, what's this IT (information technology) thing all about??

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Upgrade your husband, wife

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People are often surprised how far behind I am with regards to consumer IT and what a small part I play in the so-called “digital lifestyle”. I’m a business IT writer – I know all the very boring but very essential corporate acronyms and concepts – BI, SOA, ITIL, ERP, CRM, BPM etc. but when it comes to socialising and keeping up with what’s hot, I am a dead-weight.

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Single View reporting for optimal telecoms expenditure

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After decades of a telecommunications monopoly, and despite deregulation, the price of telephony in South Africa has skyrocketed.
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Telecoms in South Africa

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The posts on this blog are dedicated to providing insight into costs around telecoms in business in South Africa.
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Unappealing qualities

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I was thinking today about certain character traits that I really despise in people. Cruelty is up there, so is a lack of humour, and that particular brand of cocky arrogance found in British public schoolboys. But the one that really grates me, although less insidious than the former three, is tightness. There is nothing worse than a stinge-bag whom it physically pains to part with money. I don’t know if I have such strong feelings on this because I’ve dated a string of tight-fisted boys over the years, or if it is because I come from a long line of stinge-bags. My dad is notoriously mean – he takes a dollar bill out his pocket and George Washington blinks at the light. I remember being a little girl, and being taken to the movies by him (matinee only mind you) and him saying with a hopeful look in his eye, “you don’t want popcorn, do you?” Then again, this is quite understandable if you met his father, my granddad. Now he lived through both world wars and as a result, like most war generation children who grew up in a time when everything from loo roll to food was in short supply, cannot bear to throw anything away. This was clearly illustrated when he died, and my dad went to sort out his neat-as-a-pin flat in Cape Town. Amongst many other strange findings, there were six tea cosies, one of which was covering the telephone. However, the strangest finding of all was a little bottle, which upon opening was found to yield pieces of string, of varying lengths and thicknesses. Totally confused, my dad closed the bottle, and read the label, carefully penned, “Pieces of string, too short for use.”
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