Yesterday, Iyinoluwa Aboyeji asked a question that qualifies to be called the father of all questions: What do we need to do to get real tech press in Lagos. 🙁 — Iyinoluwa Aboyeji (@iaboyeji) November 2, 2014 The question is a pregnant one, and its implication will offend some. The implication is that there is no real tech press in Lagos. Or anywhere in Nigeria for that matter. It is a position that I hold…"What do we need to do to get real tech press in Lagos?"
Yesterday, my namesake Oluyomi Ojo, shared a few pertinent thoughts about the changing face of human interactions as personal technology has leaped forward in recent times. By personal technology, I refer to technology that individuals carry about and use in everyday scenarios e.g. mobile, PCs, and the like. His thoughts reflect some of the sentiments that I have shared here on House Of Mo and elsewhere. For example, I published “When Gadgets, Virtual Hugs And…"Don’t let technology take away humanity from you – @OluyomiOjo"
This morning my sweet, loving son branded me an “old school mum.” Considering I’m slightly over 20 years older than him, that made me laugh hilariously. My offence? I refused to give him a smartphone. I mean, he’s only 10! Given that he has been requesting for an internet-enabled smartphone since he was nine, he finally got full of it and branded me an old school mother. I guess I am one of those mothers…"A smartphone for my child? Nah; thanks!"
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Recently, on Mister Mo’s blog, I published an article titled Are We Abbreviating Our Relationships Away? The article was to stimulate thinking with regards the new trend of abbreviating any and every word while communicating in text. One of the comments that was submitted in response to that article is this: It still boggles my mind the depth of laziness that will make someone write whole sentences all abbreviated while using a BlackBerry with a…"Typing Shorthand On a Full QWERTY keyboard"