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A Quick Word to All Recent Visitors of the Blog

If  you are new to tDA first up welcome, welcome, welcome :)

Secondly, apologies for a couple of reasons:

1) I recently had to completely delete and reinstall the blog due to malware and viruses and have been slow, to say the least, restoring the theme and backend stuff that made the blog sparkle. Rest assured, I am slow but steady in getting there.

2) If you have left a comment in the last couple of months, sorry. I logged in to find more than 900 comments that have yet to be approved. If any of my crew – you know yourselves – wish to help me as I go through these comments, shoot me a mail ( what a weird expression if ever we use one) and I appreciate your help.

3) Mwangi is not dead :) I am still very much alive and still a resident of Australia. If you have any questions or anything you want to know my contacts are all over.

4) I am working on the theme and the backend….promise :)

5) I don’t like spell checking. I simply love to write :)

B blesd and bles othaz,

Mwangi

What I Hope This Election Means?

As y’all will probably know, I am not necessarily a member of the Obamania club BUT Read more »

Barrack Husein Obama is President of the USA

My goodness! One of the most powerful men on Earth is now an African American: WOW!

All politics aside, that is absolutely amazing….absolutely amazing!

A Quick Word About the Displaced African Podcast

Three quick things I just wanted to mention about the Displaced African podcast:

1) I finally fixed the technical issues so you can go back and download any of the Displaced African podcasts you want.

2) Because I have fixed the podcast tech issues you can also subscribe to the Displaced African podcast on itunes and get all the latest podcasts direct to your ipod using instructions in the video below:

3) Finally, I finally got my most popular podcast, Opinions on Melbourne from Children, transcribed so you can head on over to the post and read the text version of the podcast.

Any questions and I am right here to help.

Have one of those days that’s so super, it has a hero named after it,

Mwangi

For All My Dreamers Out There

Great message, smooth melody and even smoother video: Enjoy!

Click here for the interview I conducted with STL aka Stella Mwangi.

Do You Know Sound Editing?

Hey folks,


As a lot of you will know, one of the things that sets
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How Should We Put an End to Poverty and Is Feedburner Utter Crap?

Hello Folks,

Following on from my request yesterday that you ask me questions, here we are on Day 1 of my answers to your questions. If you have any more questions or things to say, leave me a comment below or email me at masmilele(at)thedisplacedafrican(dot)com

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My 4 Hour Work Week Journey: Interrupting Interruptions

This is day 10 of My 4 Hour Work Week Journey. Please make sure you read the rest of the articles that came before this one to understand where I am in the journey. Click here to buy a copy of the 4 hour work week and go on the journey with me.

Fortunately, considering I spend most of my time working from home alone, a lot of what is in this chapter doesn’t apply to me. But without further ado:

Questions and Actions: Interrupting the Interruptions Read more »

Till Death Do Us Part? BullS……….

Pretty provocative title huh?

Cow dung or rather bull dung

This article was provoked by Read more »

7 Unique Things That Africa and Africans Have Taught Me

African person

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