Archive for the ‘Websites’ Category

Flash Fiction Library

Wednesday, December 14th, 2016

I’ve been building another project: FlashFictionLibrary.com.

The premise started off as very simple here: build a literary presence.

Interestingly, I am really enjoying the flash fiction genre and I think that it may have its own full place. Hence, I’ve begun publishing novella’s of ten to twenty of the Library’s stories on Amazon (see Volume I here) and, well, I guess we’ll see where all of this goes.

Anyway, please go check out FlashFictionLibrary.com and let me know what you think!

SmallCaps.co.za – Small Companies, Big Investments

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

I founded SmallCaps.co.za in 2006 as a platform to engage the investing and interested public with dedicated local listed small cap news, views and items of related interest.

Nothing has changed.

While SmallCaps.co.za had some downtime during my period working at Standard Bank, Thebe Securities is helping me to relaunch the site again (or, depending on if you are reading this in the future, “has helped me relaunch the site”). The scope of the site remains the local listed small cap sector and daily updates and articles can be expected.

Awesome Tech Blog

Sunday, March 13th, 2011

Toaster of AwesomenessThe world needs sharp cutting-edge insights into technology and trends and stuff.

The electronic fashions explained by experts with real trend views and forecasts. Not sure which mobile to buy? Kindle or iPad? Kellogs or Weetbix? What should my next Facebook update be? What are tomorrows trending topics on Twitter? These questions need answers and we have dedicated ourselves to providing them to you.

Hence, I felt the need to found this bleeding (and slightly bruised) edge technology blog. Along with my co-contributor, Flower Pig, we intend destroying the global (and mildly irritating) tech blogger scene.

You see, the world needs awesomeness. As technology increasingly takes over our waking lives, society is increasingly being dominated by the geek factor. While geeks are useful for things like writing long boring sets of code, tax returns, buying glasses and outsourcing your homework, we are concerned that the world is lacking in awesomeness and have dedicated ourselves to lend weight to this increasingly scarce factor.

Hence, we have the “Awesome Tech Blog“.