Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Interesting Reads

This is my main category for this blog. Here I research on topics I am excited about and write posts for your enjoyment. They are long posts and a good column for your leisure time.

Smartphone Addiction

Life on the Fast Lane

We have become so obsessed with the virtual world that we forget that happiness can also be found from off that screen you are glued on.
Writer writes about the reading culture of Kenyans.
Finding ways to get better sleep is the holy grail of life.
Safaricom's grand, and wonderful plan, to dominate the Kenyan market.
I used Snapchat for one week, and I think it's the future. Read on to find out why.
A few questions and thoughts on the unexplainable beauty of all the art that makes up music.
There are small things about technology that affect us and sometimes we fail to notice. My greatest weakness with gadgets, is and has always been, lack of sleep. Sometimes I tell myself "Maybe I'm just not sleepy" or "Maybe...
I love reading, I like to tell myself. Honestly I think I read a lot. I have a list currently of about 29 books to read by the end of the year. Biggest I have read this year had...
I loved the XPeria Z1 and Z2 design. And for a long time that was the standard from which I rated good phone designs. At this time, I had a silent loathing for iPhones (though I had never used...
If you have ever thought of running Android on your PC, and I know you have, you've mostly been angry with the experience of running apps like Bluestacks. The .exe apps to run on your computer are slow and...
Intelligent advice that will come in handy and be of a lot of help when you're founding your startup
I was to write this earlier. Procrastination will be the death of some of us. I even did a post on productivity apps that help one stop procrastinating while prepping for this post. “I’ll do it later” is always...
I asked people to tell me what fascinated them most in the tech world in 2015. So this is the #2015Review by 12 Great People from different parts of the world. Read on
You all know I want to own/drive/touch a Tesla. But I can't do that in Kenya. Anyway, even if I was able to import a Tesla to Kenya, would I be able to enjoy the self-driving bits of it? This post talks about self-driving cars and why I think Kenya is still behind and can't handle this tech.