2011, the beginning… Lessons from 2010

Dec 16, 2010 6 Comments by

I will keep this short and simple. Some people, as always, will get annoyed. Some people will feel that IddSalim is attacking them (the blog, not the person). Some people will say, ‘Go Salim! Tell dem! Say what we would love to say but are too scared to say’. 2010 has been a testing year. […]

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My Interesting half-day at Safaricom headquarters, Westlands

Jul 14, 2010 13 Comments by

So, Today at 9:54am, I checked in after a thorough security search for metals and other things like screw drivers, hacksaws and pangas etc; stuff that can be used to HACK servers. (Fck! As I blog here, I remembered just I LEFT MY ID THERE!) So we were welcomed with the usual ‘leteni IDs’ Kenyan […]

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A very secure and workable solution for Google Checkout and Mpesa/Zap

Sep 18, 2009 7 Comments by

Well, we all know that Mpesa is widely used in Kenya, Tanzania and Afghanistan. Zap is available to the 22+ Zain One-Network Countries. We also know that Paypal hates Africa. Lastly, We know that Symbiotic Media Consortium has developed a working Payment Gateway that already links PayPal, Mpesa and Zap. Needless to say, there was […]

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