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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 5, 2012

Can technology enhance musical experience and creativity? – Tandaa

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Speaker: Roger B. Dannenberg, Associate Research Professor at the Schools of Computer Science, Art, and Music | Carnegie Mellon University Roger’s research work in music and technology has earned him three patents. On Monday February 6, he will speak about his experience in using software engineering to create products that make music more

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iHub By Jessica Colaço / February 5, 2012

DESIGN + SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: Process and Possibilities

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DESIGN + SOCIAL ENTERPRISE: Process and Possibilities Saturday, Feb 11th 2012 9am – Noon iHub Open to thinkers, students, designers, technologists, entrepreneurs; Social Innovators who are working on projects that effect the tech/ creative community in Africa. African Digital Art are pleased to announce their first event of the year.

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iHub By Erik Hersman / February 5, 2012

The iHub in 2012: Freelancers and Presentations

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Cross posted from the white african blog This weekend the iHub Advisory Board met with the managers (Tosh and Jessica) to discuss the future direction of the space and what our focus should be for the coming year. The meeting was facilitated by my friend Peter Durand of Alphachimp Studios, who is

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / January 27, 2012

ICT Hubs: Assessing the Impact of African ICT Hubs to the Entrepreneurs

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Over the past few months, iHub research has been developing a framework around their in-house ICT Hubs project to initiate a research series that will dis-aggregate the unique factors that make up ICT hubs/labs  model in Africa (Afrilabs). The series will also have a special focus on the role of

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iHub By Hilda Moraa / January 27, 2012

How to nurture entrepreneurs and stimulate innovation

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Open innovation is key to the success of iHub and can change the working culture of any community of innovators,……… iHub is a network and meeting place that enables Kenya’s innovators to bring their ideas to fruition. Through iHub, the technology community, industry, academia, investors and venture capitalists can meet,

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