Friday, October 27, 2006


Sunday, October 22, 2006

the "i'm gonna kick your ass" challenge

if you own a nike+ kit and actually use it you're welcome to join dubya and i to a challenge of who runs or walks the most kilometers during a week (think of shedding all those extra pounds you gained during ramadan).. aaaanyways ..

winner will get a prize that'll be decided upon at the end of the challenge

challenge will start next saturday 28/10 till friday 3/11

if you're interested drop me line with your email so i can send you an invitation

P.S. you'll need a account and don't forget to upload your data

Wednesday, October 11, 2006

red blue yellow green...

NickNeg signs up Libya for 1.2 million 2B1 laptops Now it's really on. Sure, plenty of countries have expressed interest, and Nigeria, Brazil, Argentina, and Thailand have all tentatively agreed to snap up 1 million laptops each, but Libya has just reached an agreement with the OLPC foundation to lay down $250 million for 1.2 million of the cute little 2B1 units -- one for every schoolchild in Libya. That price also includes one server per school, a team of tech advisers to help with setup, satellite internet and other infrastructure to help make the laptops more than attractive paperweights. In Negroponte's talks with Libyan leader, Col. Muammar el-Qaddafi, there were also mentions of Libya financing laptop purchases in poorer African nations such as Chad, Niger and Rwanda. Sounds like a big win for team OLPC, and Libya just might become the first nation in the world to have all its school-age children hooked up to the internets on educational computers, according to Nick, though the rollout is targeted for completion by June 2008, and a lot can happen in two years.

via Engadget

i bet he did it cause the little laptops are green..