Use of waste material to create art can be a great application of the popular saying, “Kill two birds with one stone” because one creates awareness about environment conservation.
In Kenya, most prepaid mobile subscribers use airtime scratch cards such as the one below to load units for calling, texting or purchasing internet data bundles.
Most people, after scratching the cards and using the digits provided, throw away these cards. You’ll find these used cards littering every part of the city; of course we all need to keep in touch 🙂 .They are made of paper and therefore take sometime to degrade naturally. At they same time the Continue reading The Art of Recycling Airtime Scratch Cards
Brian Birir April 16, 2012
Posted In: Science & Technology
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Have you ever wanted to set up your email in your Outlook or mail client on your own without having to call the IT guy at 9pm or midnight? Well, here is an easy tutorial that will make the whole process easy and improve relations between you and the IT guy (Hint: no more fights). But before we get there, what is an email client? According to Wikipedia:
An email client, email reader, or more formally mail user agent (MUA), is a computer program used to manage a user’s email. The term can refer to any system capable of Continue reading Setting Up Your Email with Microsoft Outlook 2007
brianbirir December 13, 2010
Posted In: Information Technology
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