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How to Edit your Work for That Professional Look

You rarely get it right the first time. If you find someone who can, let me know. I’d like to have a few words with them. Bloggers read their works up to five times to get it right, sometimes even more. For those who write books, they have their publishing house editors to help them with that. For a blogger, it’s upon you to do it yourself. Is it possible to edit your own work? Yes! Absolutely! Let tidy up that draft then, shall we? Read it out loud Pretend you are reading it to an audience. ...read


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How private data was used during the 2017 Kenyan election

Tactical Tech’s Data and Politics research teams set out to investigate how personal and individual data was being utilized in modern digitized political campaigns. By working with various stakeholders in... Read More The post How private data was used during the 2017 Kenyan election appeared first on iFreedoms Kenya. ...read


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The Trick to Overcome Fear of Failure & Chase Your Dreams!

The Mieles - 18/Aug/2018

In a recent post, I wrote about why you need to dream and dream big. Then I asked myself, what is the point of dreaming if you will not chase those dreams? I recently discovered that the main reason why we are afraid to chase our dreams is because we… ...read

A Coffin at the Church Entrance

thepceakinooyouths - 18/Aug/2018

An old church in a village in West Africa was leaking and the walls were almost collapsing. After the Sabbath service the pastor asked the worshipers if they could organise a fundraising to rebuild the church. He told them to contribute whatever God… ...read


Parenting in Crisis

The Bahatian - 17/Aug/2018

Today’s modern parents have become too soft and lenient with their children. Discipline is no longer meted out as harshly as in the days of yore no wonder many parents are bringing up spoilt children. There is also the notion that pampering the kid… ...read


IMMIGRATION IS A RESOURCE WE CAN TAP TO GROW OUR ECONOMY

Immigrationkenyanews - 17/Aug/2018

Since independence, Kenya has relied on a few sources of income to run the economy. Traditionally these have been agriculture, tourism and most recently we are on the path of becoming an oil producing country. Incomes from whatever resources we have,… ...read

9 QUIRKY CAFE’S IN NAIROBI WORTH TRYING

Love And Road Diaries - 17/Aug/2018

Nairobi’s cafe culture has taken off in a big way, with enthusiasts now being able to pick from a plethora of trendy cafes, each home to bold decor and menus to match. If they have nailed it with the decor, tons of natural light and their food tast… ...read


What you probably missed at Burrito Bar’s Ultimate Launch Party

LaMusicJunkie - 17/Aug/2018

It’s rare to find a pure R&B party in Nairobi. Sure, there are Friday hip-hop nights at Alchemist Bar and Kenyan reggae music every end of the month at Jukwaa Lounge. But not raw, live R&B music. The kind where it’s just a singer and thei… ...read

Can We Control Spread of Fake News?

Decent Conversations - 17/Aug/2018

Courtesy: library.queens.edu In the digital age we have had to battle with so many challenges and one that remains as challenging as wildfire is fake news. Fake newscan be viewed as news articles, stories or information that has been published witho… ...read


Journey To Ngong

Junior Elders - 16/Aug/2018

Head Boy I, like a few people my age, shockingly, still love their books in paperback even with the obvious advantages of e-books. We want to feel our books as we flip the pages, highlight sentences we wish we wrote, draw emojis on them and give stri… ...read

MONIES, BUDGET, ACCOUNTABILITY FOR BASIC EDUCATION

Mtoto News - 15/Aug/2018

By Constance Ndeleko  Well, what do you understand by the term basic education? (POLICY BREIF JULY 2018,WORLD VISION) Even though the program is outlined with our education system in Kenya, it is not well defined in the constitution in depth. It con… ...read