October 31, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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BRICS : South Africa’s “Independent Internet” Programs

The BRICS wire program is developing news for an “independent Internet system” where people in the BRICS nations (Brazil, Russia, India, China, and South Africa) will be able to connect without their visitors moving through a Western nation. The BRICS … Continue reading

October 30, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Saying ‘Sorry’ is Difficult, but it is the Most Affordable Solution

Pause for one second and you will not discover a more incredible lie than this one. When someone says these three terms, what the brain listens to is “it was me”. It was with this in ideas that I study … Continue reading

October 29, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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“Interacting with Audiences” – Liability of Journalists

Many publishers and newsroom centre supervisors have experiences about a flow division that continually did not provide documents promptly (with the outcome that disappointed visitors and providers would, as a last resort, grumble to the newsdesk). Then there are the … Continue reading

October 28, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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City of Joburg e-Statements still Offline

Residents of the City of Joburg are still incapable to preview their expenses on the e-Services web page of the municipality’s web page after it was impaired due to the finding of a protection defect over several weeks ago. Ratepayers … Continue reading

October 25, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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SA schools: only Delphi, Java (and VB)?

When the Department of Basic Education (DBE) made the decision to use Java as an option for the secondary university Information Technology (IT) program, it had only considered Delphi, Java, and Visible Primary as growth language opportunities. This is according … Continue reading

October 24, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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A Necessary Wicked or Something to Embrace?

As on the internet discussions between journalists and visitors become more regular, feedback from the viewers will become progressively essential. A worldwide research, Online viewpoint moderation: growing best methods 
by Emma Goodman, has been released by the World Editors Forum, … Continue reading

October 23, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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South Africa needs Specialized Technology to Fix Problems: Minister

The issues South Africa encounters need specialized technological innovation to help take care of them, Public Assistance Reverend Lindiwe Sisulu said in Cape Town on Wednesday. “In present day South Africa we have difficulties that need particular, and not generalised, … Continue reading

October 22, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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“Modifying Mindsets – the Most Challenging Aspect of Media Transformation”

There were a few alerts a couple weeks ago that lifestyle modification continues to be THE key factor in media changes. Moving from an old media attitude to an electronic first and compensated material lifestyle is a challenging process for … Continue reading

October 21, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Bad News for Online Scam Victims

As many as 41% of customers who have missing their cash as the result of financial cyber-fraud have did not get a single penny came back to them. This is according to the Kaspersky Consumer Security Risks Survey, an international … Continue reading

October 18, 2013
by Bernadette Magcawas
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Concentration, Assurance and the Art of Effective Presentation

For teenagers beginning on a profession in advertising or marketing, few abilities are as essential as excellent demonstration abilities. Whether your profession is as an innovative or a fit or a salesman, the capability to provide a powerful and convincing … Continue reading