Times they are a changing in Ghana, as we slowly move towards are more cashless society and trying to adopt more electronic means of payments. It’s fun to see how different players are taking advantage of this new area to try and establish dominance in the space. Continue reading SOTN: Payment Platforms In Ghana
I’ve always had the passion for building great software and solving problems and one particular problem I’ve been trying to solve has been the lack of poor technology solutions around membership management in Ghana. I’ve built various versions of membership management softwares for small churches since 2005, each version getting better with time and experience. Continue reading 5 Things Learned Working On Memberz.Org
The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.
Here’s an excerpt:
A New York City subway train holds 1,200 people. This blog was viewed about 6,800 times in 2015. If it were a NYC subway train, it would take about 6 trips to carry that many people.
Just deleted the Whisper App from my Android phone and recovered over 2.5 GB worth of space.
Continue reading Whisper App Stole My Space
For season 4 of the Arrow, one of its regular cast John Diggle is getting an upgrade. Pictures on the internet going around showcasing his new uniform and helmet have many speculating as to what comic book character he would be portraying. Several names have been dropped including Green Lantern or Guardian, however my money is on the character Gangbuster.
His name is the comics is Jose Delgado and he has no known super powers, just good combat and martial arts skills. The initials of his name are the same as John Diggle (J. D.) and given their similar skills, initials and helmet appearance, I believe we can conclude this is the route the show might be taking. We wait to see if his new name would be dropped in the first episode of the show or not.
This is an interesting situation. I wonder how the US Marshals did not arrest the bomb carrying passengers long before they boarded the flight instead. Perhaps they wanted more evidence before making the arrest.
We’ll perhaps until I find a corroborating story, I might have to accept this for what it is.
There are 1000s of games released each month to all the various game platforms but I seriously believe that soon, no new game will be able to achieve the great cult status of games such as the SNES titles like Mario and others like it from the late 1980s and 90s. The reason I believe this is so is because too many games these days, stop being games in a relatively short amount of time and become a daily chore. People don’t like doing chores, so if your game becomes one, then it will soon be forgotten. Continue reading When A Game Stops Being A Game