Re: [AfrICANN-discuss] Africa’s Storied Colleges, Jammed and Crumbling

Sophia B sophiabekele at
Mon May 21 23:51:51 SAST 2007

Thanks for sharing AR.  I don't think you are dreaming, agree with your
analogy below.  Also stresses the point that the Internet economy if the
future, one that should be taken seriously by our leaders';

...but as the Senegalese student rightfully said:  "They fear us because we
are the young, and the future belongs to us", which I can expand to the
diaspora as well, in agreeing with Dr. Yassin.

On 21/05/07, Anne-Rachel Inné <annerachel at> wrote:
> Paulos,
> Nothing more than making a parallel on how most of our ccTLDs are in a bad
> shape --- and keep thinking about how to improve them so they can help in
> gathering and keeping content local --- maybe also think about how for the
> ones working, ccTLDs managers can help establish technically sound networks
> for say, online  courses and capacity building in IT at Universities?
> AfREN (check here on what they are doing and AAU
> are trying really hard with themes like sound campus networking and others
> are thinking about online courses. Am I dreaming. yes :-). The Internet for
> me is only worth the content it has. And here is one case where content on
> networks can help I think.
> cheers
> ar
> On 5/21/07, Dr Paulos Nyirenda <paulos at> wrote:
> >
> >
> > Pardom me BUT what is this doing on this list?  Regards, Paulos
> >
> >
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