The ‘Magic’ World of Online Education

2 Feb

I’m deeply convinced there’s something wrong with university education (at least with humanities as far as I’m concerned), and I believe that the world we live in is getting less and less interested in what any kind of ‘paper’ we have to proof what we should know.

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Digital Natives / Native Entrepreneurs

2 Feb

youth entrepreneurship Social entrepreneurship, start-ups, youth unemployment… These topics seem to be very closely tied to each other these days. Obviously, the first two should somehow solve the last one.

But what do they all want from us, actually?

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How I Googled the Best Opportunities in my Life

2 Feb

205744_550997198244596_192529316_nI am a very critical person when it comes to trusting search engines and their results. And it drives me mad when someone says “it’s on Internet” – like if that was an information at all. Still, I happened to randomly “google” couple of the best opportunities in my life.

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Exploring Egypt’s Online Interface

19 May

Cairo What is the first thing that comes to your mind when you hear the word Egypt? The Pyramids, the pharaohs and snorkeling in Sharm El Sheik? But would you connect its capital Cairo to information and communication technologies? In April Egypt was THE place to be as it was hosting Cairo ICT 2012, the biggest Telecommunications fair in the Middle East.

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