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Nando's - R u Chicken?

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The original Santam ad was effective because it highlighted our lack of attention to the finer details ( the barman changed outfits 4 times). In true Nando's fashion, their response somewhat satirical somewhat slapstick took the mickey out of Santam by doing a "send-up" of the barman behind the counter showing how the menu changes. This enjoyed a great reponse on Youtube. Santam went one better by challenging Nandos's to donate a hearty meal to an orphanage in Observatory,Jozi. To be specific, 62 lemon & herb 1/2 chicken with chips, 12 kiddies meals with chips & toy, 74 hot sticky puddings,74 assorted cooldrinks and 1 Portuguese salad have to be delivered by 4pm tomorrow. What great showmanship by both brands, this tussle which is being greatly enjoyed by the masses. I'm certain that Nando's will not only oblige but use this opportunity to leverage brand position. All eyes are on 45 Urania Street, Observatory at the Johannesburg Children's Home, tomorrow. It is the social media platforms that ensured that this "tussle" was widely broadcast through posts, blogs and tweets. Twitter was abuzz and posts and comments on Facebook showed up the huge interest from Facebookers and tweeps. Youtube Santam video response received 63327 views at the time of my writing this. All in all, I wonder what Nandos response will be OR are they chicken?

12 inch vinyl records

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my partner wants to buy CDs, I said emphatically NO! We have a CD rack thats filled to the brim with CD"S we only play perhaps on Old Year's eve. With Nokia Ovi on my cellphone, iTunes on my laptop and every friend readily willing to download their collection onto my drive , who needs CD's.

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7 Ideas for Nintendo South Africa

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The Nintendo Wii has plateaued, with sales now dropping at an alarming base. Here are seven ideas for Nintendo to use to help them bolster their position and regain any lost ground (and if Nintendo is reading this and they like any ideas – a free 3DS with Super Mario 3D would be great)
 
1. Make Mario the face of Movember.
The Movember campaign has gained considerable speed, and who better to be the face (or moustache) of the campaign than Nintendo’s flagship character. Older gamers who grew up on Mario’s adventures will be targeted through magazines like FHM and Mens Health. This does not have to be a exclusively symbolic campaign but can feed into Nintendo’s CSI initiatives – I have identified a few local cancer organisations that Nintendo could partner with (like Cansa) to roll out this campaign. A small percentage from sales of a particular title could be given to Cansa.
 
2. Update the facebook page
The bane of social media is that information needs to be updated on a regular basis. The official Nintendo SA facebook page (please remove distributor from your name) has not been updated in a while – the info page still says ‘3DS. Coming soon!’ Also, I’m wary of getting followers by giving away prizes. Don’t get me wrong – I’m all for prizes, but some of them need to be earned. Which brings me to
 
3. Link with Draw Something
Draw Something has exploded onto the market with 50 million downloads in 5 weeks. One of the possible drawings that you could get is Mario. Why not combine these two gaming juggernauts – you can have a Mario Draw Something competition – get folks to pose with their Mario pics (so that we can verify that it is their work and not ripped from the net) and award prizes like that, as opposed to the current lucky packet method.
 
4. Dust off that Wii
I don’t think that Nintendo should chase after new markets (or the hardcore Modern warfare fan). Rather, they should concentrate on people who have bought the Wii, played bowling for a couple of months and then put it away. I would rather plan a campaign to get people back to playing wii as opposed to chasing those who don’t have one yet. Software makes money, not hardware.
 
5. Create a Mario Kart league for schools
One of my fondest memories growing up was playing Mario kart 64 with my little sister. The game was made for multiplayer – why should we approach the new one any differently. I suggest that Nintendo get in touch with select schools across the country – I would target schools that belong to the company I work for, Advtech (they own Crawford etc) and have a huge Mario kart tournament. All you need is a couple of Nintendo 3DS’s, a digital scoreboard and a few prizes – I did something similar with Standard Bank’s achiever account last year to great success. The Nintendo 3DS has to be seen to be experienced – TV spots don’t do the 3D effect justice. The more impressionable hands we get it into, the better.
 
6. More exposure in local media (including websites and print)
I had a cursory glance at some of the bigger gaming websites in the country (Mygaming, lazygamer, mydigitallife etc) and unlike the PS3 and Xbox reviews which are up every week, Nintendo hardly features. I review PS3 games for Mydigitallife and occasionally write a gaming related column for the Sunday Tribune, and I don’t get that much exposure to Nintendo either – This is problematic because the moment Nintendo leaves the gamers consciousness, it stops becoming relevant.
 
7. New Super Mario Bros 2
Nintendo need to get behind this title in a big way. It comes out in August, so the hype machine should start now. The 3DS wasn’t great at all until Super Mario 3D was released last year, and proved to be a system seller. Nintendo need to ride the momentum by hyping this title.
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Vinton Cerf Exposes Alien Bid to Change Constitution

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In the late 90's I was an enthusiastic online autograph hunter....when information was still free on the Information Highway. My quest led me to Vinton Cerf, Father of the Internet. We ended up chatting a bit via email and he shared with me how he enjoys bringing his wife to SA to sample our wines in Stellenbosch.

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DBNGamers Uniting For Victory and Glory

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Angry Birds

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I catch myself playing Angry Birds more and more often especially when i am waiting in a queue or wanting to exact some revenge on the horrid pigs.

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The Do's & Don't of planning a Romantic Evening... written for guys by a guy....

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There is no denying that although men have a knack for over complicating a matter, very often we excel at applying simplistic genius when it comes to relationships. Let's face it....it doesn't always yield the results we expect and more than often leaves us with a couch and a blanket that's too short.

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Ms. Gadget: The future of augmented reality

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While so many predications about the future made in the 20th century have yet to come true (flying cars anyone?), augmented reality is becoming a reality faster than we know. 

Tweet That!

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Trust media truth

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As more phone-hacking incidents come to light, the UK media is bearing the brunt of the mounting number of lawsuits.

News24 reported that as of 20 April, the cases brought against News of the World has now amounted to a staggering 100.

Another UK organisation, British broadcaster Sky News, has admitted to hacking emails, but justifies this decision as ‘public interest’. Sky News is a part of BSkyB – of which 39% is owned by Rupert Murdoch’s News Corporation.

Are you a Blogger or a Clogger?

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My first blog hit the cyber streets in 2006. At first it was fun and the notion that my writing could be set loose on the world generating some sort of fan base was exhilarating to say the least. I dedicated hours writing for an unknown audience, hoping to be a pioneer in the field and make my mark.

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Futurescape: Laggy Humans

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(Pic kind of related. A Space oddessey for all!)

Today marks the day that I hang up my gamification hood and crossbow, not that I don't  still think it's great and going to be an integral part of our future, but because it's a bit of a slow evolving field. I'm setting my sights slightly further down our collective timeline - the future is bright, bring on the future.

This is the first post in my Futurewatch series, where I'll be finding and writing about both futuristic breakthroughs as well as emerging ideas about what will be possible in the near, not so near and rather distant future.

Online Primetime: the new video

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The world's 6501st language

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Xbox 720 aka The XboxRumour

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While nurturing my weekend hangover this morning I trolled the internet for bit of information that could jumpstart my brain again (as I suspect I may need to use aspects of it in the coming week) I stumbled on the prospect of the new Xbox 720.

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The Weekly Grenade

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Time released their Time 100 Most Influential People last week, and as always, among them were technology icons.  Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive and successor to Steve Jobs made it to the top 60, whilst Facebook Chief Operating Officer, Sheryl Sandberg got two spots above Tim.  The infamous Anonymous hacker group was voted to number 36, and IBM’s Virginia Rometty is number 60.  Salman Khan of khanacademy.org was voted as the world’s most influential person in technology, and other influencers in technology are Ben Rattray, Henrik Schärfe, Pete Cashmore, Marc Andreesen, Daniel Ek and Erik Martin.

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Who do you want to be today?

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Dark light flickering. Tears pave their way away from misery. A bruised telephone faded and tired. The last sip of dark pity leaves an emptiness, begging the bottle for more. The future lies crumpled, scattered on the floor. A mirror looks away, seeking a better view. A broken mind decides to hide.

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The Tickey Box of the Future?

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I still wonder at the marvels of modern science, like the Internet for example, which allows me to sit in the Mugg & Bean in Mushriff Mall, Abu Dhabi and write this blog post all the while sipping a Serious Cappuccino.  I realise that for most of my readers this is something they have grown up with and is no big deal for them. Using the Internet in a coffee shop that is, not sipping a Serious Cappuccino.

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The Mobile Grenade

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This is a mobile special of The Weekly Grenade

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SLOW down and refocus

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The Weekly Grenade

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South African Minister of Communications, Dina Pule announced that Sentech, the state-owned signal distributor responsible for rolling out the digital broadcasting network around the country, has covered 61% of the population.  She also announced that the country will switch to digital around September this year.  The digital migration will bring better picture and sound quality, as well as more channels.

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Heads up display for goggles

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One Champion! UEFA EURO 2012™ coming soon!

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All football/soccer fans know that this year entails two very important and patriotic tournaments. To us in Africa, the AFCON 2012 and to those in Europe, the UEFA Euro 2012!

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OneNote on the iPad

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It should be easy to get it right. I mean OneNote on the workstation is a great product and integrates with sharepoint quite nicely.

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Amazing

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Its amazing all the new technology thats around today! whats new?? i recently bought a Blackberry curve and am very happy with myself! Share your views on any new or upcomming technology
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Conflict is in our Nature

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My response to that headline is: ja right!

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Waiting For The Revolution

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Steve Jobs famously said that he had "cracked the code" for the TV. Since then the Apple Rumour Mill has been champing at the bit waiting for Apple's next revolution. Now they seem to be running out of things to predict. I read the other day that the mongers are now debating what it will be called.

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Future of Transport

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Social media is becoming too serious

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Religion and the Internet, we need some regulation here

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Crazy as it may seem in this day and age there are still people who believe that the world is flat. There is also a fair smattering of humanoids who believe that when Eve at that apple she messed it up for everyone. (That's Eve from the Bible, not Eve the R'nB star)

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Polarfluke - The Face of SC2 and DOTA 2 in SA

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Should I Care?

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Please help me. Facebook have bought Instagram. Should I care? I went to download the app to see what the fuss was all about and discovered that I had already downloaded it some time ago. I either never tried it or wasn't impressed I can't remember which.

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WIN: Fifa Street

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The Gaming Grenade

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In the absence of real issues to fight about

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Are we really discussing the concept of women being able to attend Masjid/Eid Salaah? Let me start with discussing one of the biggest campaigners on Facebook I have noticed. Safiyyah Surtee, a name mentioned that sends most men running for their favourite Mufti endorsed holy water.

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L'Occitane love

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Since my first introduction to L’OCCITANE late last year when I received a sample of their Shea butter hand cream, I knew that this was an amazing brand. All L’OCCITANE products are made with natural active ingredients with proven traceability, and with a formulation following the principles of phytotherapy, handing down of culture and local know-how, respect of people and the environment.

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Life is now not hereafter

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The phone woke me at 5.30 this morning. It was my daughter calling from Canada. I had spoken to her last night, so I was worried when I saw her number come up. I was right – but the crisis wasn’t about her, it was about my son. The first friend he had made after he was diagnosed with CF at 18, and during his first ever hospital stay, Jane*, had died on Tuesday. He had spoken to her two weeks previously. She was 28 – a year older than him. He was sobbing. Even through his pain, he hadn’t wanted to worry me, so had contacted his sister.

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Ric wants Android to Dominate. Really?

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I realise that it will sound strange that an Apple Fan Old Fart will be rooting for Android to become the dominant smartphone operating system. The reason is very simple. I want iOS / Android to go the way of Mac OS / Windows.

Apple has laid the foundation for this to happen by making iOS a closed system the way Mac OS is. The only way you can get to either of Apple’s OS is to buy an Apple product. The only way to get iOS software is from the Apple App store.

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Haters will hate: Instagram for Android

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Haters will hate. Instagram is seen almost as an Apple product so when it came to Android, iPhone users were disgusted and Android users are like "WTF is this crap? What's all the fuss about? We have Lightbox/PixlrOMatic/etc".

Hating raises red flags for me. It signifies emotional responses based on pre-conceived ideas. I think many Android users decided they will hate Instagram no matter what it's like, before they saw it.

Here's what I think of Instagram for Android. I was really worried that they would get it wrong, that they wouldn't understand "the Android way" and would simply make a clone of the iOS app. For the most part, they did make a clone of the iOS app, but it works! It's one of those apps that doesn't need hectic integration into the OS.

The Good
- Instagram looks great! And no shiny, glassy buttons either! Kudos!
- They used the Action bar pattern (caveats coming up)
- It is dead simple to register and use. I auto-followed all my tweeps in one go.
- It is fast and responsive, unlike other AAA titles like Facebook and Twitter
- It has notifications! It appears to use Google's push notification service, although I can't be sure of this, but I don't see any background processes running and there isn't a SyncAdapter (normally seen under Accounts & Sync) for Instagram
- It supports sharing Intents! You can share a photo to Instagram app.

The Bad
- You can't share a photo out of Instagram. So I can't apply an effect to a photo and then share it to Google+. This is a pity - it would only have taken a few lines of code to implement.
- Menu button does nothing! Arrgh!
- Long-pressing a photo does nothing. C'mon, let me save it or re-share it.
- Wierd 3 dots on the bottom right of an image. I thought this meant I could swipe sideways for more pics. Instead it is some options popup. This should be in the long-press or at least look like a button.
- Back button in the settings screen action bar is not necessary.
- Why no notification settings? Can't I turn it off or change frequency, etc?
- The search does not use Android's search API. This might not seem so bad, however it means I can't add the search to my global desktop search like I can with other apps. It (searching) also looks and behaves differently to most apps.

The Ugly
- While they used the Action Bar pattern, they messed it up completely in the profile section. The 3 vertical dots is an overflow menu button, but they used it as a link to the settings menu.
- The settings menu looks like an iPhone screen - should use Android's PreferenceActivity.

I think that's about it. At least from my hour or so of messing around with the app. I've heard that they left out tilt-shift effect (which some person saw as an opportunity to bandy the fragmentation word about again!) but really, I don't mind 'cos I think they'll bring it in a future update. On the whole, I really like Instagram and will be using it. I think they did a great job bringing it to Android and using Android's capabilities, but as above, there are areas where they can improve for future updates.

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Vodafone Smart Tab winners

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Orcs Must Die!!

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When your BlackBerry device is slow – BlackBerry Health 101

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BlackBerry owners have all been face to face with that dreadful clock that just stays rotating in the centre of their device screen. It has led to many a profane status update, be it on BBM, Facebook or Twitter and even an overwhelming, frustrated outcry of help to the distant beyond.

Think of your BlackBerry as being a human for a moment. It never really shuts down, unless the battery is removed, hence it does get "tired" after a while. Think of your device as a garbage bin, that when it has reached its full capacity, it can no longer take any more and will inevitably start to "stink". Rest assured though, the situation is really not as bad as one would deem it to be. By regularly carrying out the following guidelines, your BlackBerry should maintain perfect shape at all times.

Performing a soft reset:
The primary cause of the continuously rotating clock is usually memory leakage. This basically means that a heap of memory was allocated to an application and said application did not free that space, resulting in it using more memory than initially required. Performing a soft reset, by pressing and holding alt + right caps (right key with aA on it) + del, should fix this issue.

In the worst case scenario, it could also be caused by a Beta app still in testing, which should then be deleted or upgraded. Checking for OS (Operating System) upgrades on a regular basis is also advisable. This can be done by going to Options/Advanced Options/Wireless Update for OS5 or Options/Device/Software Updates for OS6.

Performing a hard reset:
If the previous step did not solve the issue, a hard reset could also be executed. The difference between the two is a soft reset is software related and a hard reset is hardware related. To perform a hard reset, simply remove your battery for a few minutes.

Free memory usage:
All your information such as contacts, emails, short messages etc. gets stored on your device memory. Deleting the items that are no longer of importance should free up some memory.

Your device also stores a log report for error reporting purposes. This can be accessed by holding alt and typing LGLG on your home screen. Clicking the BlackBerry logo key and selecting Clear Log from within the log clears unnecessary memory usage as well.

Dealing with sluggish or unresponsive network issues:
Lag on your browser is primarily network related. To fix this, a host re-route is recommended. On OS5, go to Options/Advanced Options/Host Routing Table, then press the BlackBerry logo key and click register now. Immediately remove your battery and remove your SIM card for about 5 minutes. On OS6, go to Options/Device/Advanced System Settings/Host Routing Table and apply the same process mentioned above.

In the worst case scenario, your lag could be the result of a network tower having poor signal strength. Contacting your service provider and asking them to take a look at the tower would in this case be the best solution.

The Weekly Grenade

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And in this weekend’s news... Get it?

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Draw Something the new Tik

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Hey iPhone! Move aside... Slightly...

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Now that I'm in line for an upgrade, the decision of what phone to get next comes up. Of course a smartphone is the category I'm looking in, but we really are spoilt for choice right now. And just look at what's coming later this year!

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Become a master chef at home

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The Vodafone Smart Tab Twitter competition

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iPad Cleaning solution?

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My 5 Top iPad Apps

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A little while ago AlcorZA wrote a post about his 5 top iPad Apps. I was interested to see what he chose and whether it would coincide with my favourites. I was surprised to note that only one of his top 5 were on my top 5. Thinking about it though I realised that as much as each person is different so are their likes and dislikes in all spheres of life. You might like fish I like steak. You say tomato I... well you get my drift. So here is my top 5 and the challenge goes out to all you tablet and smartphone users to share your top 5. You could get us trying some new ones.

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