Google admits its new balloon-based connectivity project is a moonshot to bring the last two-thirds of the global population online. How realistic is the (Google's Project Loon aims to float the internet on balloons to bring the whole world online.
How much research into Agriculture is enough? Small farmers have a wealth of practical knowledge (empirical/from experience) and academes have episteme. I think Africa2.0 needs to bring these two together for innovation to flourish in this sector. What do you think?
IY Talks Global Enterprise in the UAE and Africa The rise of Generation X and Y Date: Tuesday 30th July 2013 Time: 6:00pm - 8:30pm Location: YouTube, London Studio This will also feature a Google Hangout FREE...
Nelson Nkwenkam's insight:
Interesting... It will be live on Google Hangout so please join if you can.
Interesting they easily brought this to 8 apps. Are you using a colloboration tool you believe should be part of this 8? Do you think there is any in the list that does not deserve to be there? Let's know your thoughts.
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