The sad state of the cluster – project on hold

Feb 07, 2013 19 Comments by

And so the blog post came. The iHub cluster is alive. She purrs. We are going to do great things with the awesome power of the nodes. It was meant to be, initially, a research project that would, eventually have a self-sustenance model. And the revenue potential for the cluster was immense. Given time and […]

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Demystifying the @ihubCluster for the average Wangechi, Waititu, Alai and Mama Mboga minds

Jan 22, 2013 8 Comments by

And so you have heard. The iHub Cluster is live. She purrs and we haven’t even started nuthin yet. I can add. But what does “cluster” even mean? What does it do? Will it make Burritos? How does it help the common Mwananchi? Questions!! So, this blog post is inspired by the classic and legendary […]

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A completely stupid Idiot’s guide to what @iHub and @theNailab is and is not

Jan 04, 2013 3 Comments by

Gawd!! My blood boils with rage. Very many times, I have come close to a state of mind where I could get off my script, punch a bitch in the nose and then go back to code. People just DON’T get the purpose of these Tech-Spaces. “Relax Salim. It is never that serious”, an idiot occasionally tells […]

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My slight beef with the New Traffic (Ammendment) bill

Dec 05, 2012 2 Comments

Absolute insanity on Kenyan roads. Granted. Matatu drivers over-lapping even when there is no traffic jam on the road. Madness. Granted. Someone needed to act. And act we did. Granted. The 5-page “Traffic (Ammendment) Bill, 2012” was passed. The main reason was: MEMORANDUM OF OBJECTS AND REASONS The objective of this Bill is to amend the […]

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