Ghana Bloggers

  • Social Media Awards by Ghanaian Bloggers

    We’ve all fantasized about being world-popular writers; had long conversations with ourselves in the shower; wowed the lawyer in us with the sheer wit of our arguments in the isolation of our bedrooms; calmed the storms and tsunamis of the world with Dalai Lama and Paulo Coelho. We’ve even...
  • BloggingGhana, TruthGauge, Code4Ghana & 37 Others Emerges As Finalists In $1 Million Innovation Challenge

    Ghana’s BloggingGhana, TruthGauge, Code4Ghana and 37 other digital journalism projects have been shortlisted as finalists in the inaugural $1 million African News Innovation Challenge (ANIC). According to African News Innovation Challenge:               This is the largest fund for digital journalism experimentation in Africa, and is designed to spur solutions...
  • Celebrate Social Media Day With Mashable in Accra – Ghana

    Mashable launched Social Media Day in 2010 as a way to recognize the digital revolution happening around the world. This is a global celebration of the technological advancements that have given rise to the connected generation. Social Media Day is a worldwide event that cuts across generational, racial and...
  • 2010 In Review

    The stats helper monkeys at WordPress.com mulled over how this blog did in 2010, and here’s a high level summary of its overall blog health: The Blog-Health-o-Meter™ reads Wow. Crunchy numbers A Boeing 747-400 passenger jet can hold 416 passengers. This blog was viewed about 6,600 times in 2010....
  • Passionate African Twitters Worth Following

    This morning, I woke up to see a tweet from Kojo Baffoe requesting for bloggers, writers & interesting people he could follow on Twitter. As I sat on the edge of my bed reading his tweet, I quickly replied him; by promising to compile a list of followers worth...
  • TEDx YouthInspire LIVE in Accra, Ghana

    TEDxYouthInspire has joined the rungs of the increasing number of African youth-focused development programmes to be hosted in Ghana. Other events recently hosted here that immediately come to mind are BarCamp Ghana and Maker Faire Africa. The brilliant thing about TEDxYouthInspire, and other programmes like it, is that it...
  • Global Voices @ 5.

    The month of October, 2009 saw me joining Global Voices Online shortly after I had met Georgia Popplewell, who’s the director of the Global Voices Online Community. I was introduced to her by Eduardo Avila after we had met at Maker...