This quote touches on what becomes heavily popularized discourse in the early days of the iHub (~2010-2013) that because of the numerous limitations present in the everyday lived experiences...Read more
AO: This 2017 report has been particularly influential in the Kenyan technology space and continues to be cited in conversations regarding race, tech capital and privilege. The key finding that created a big buzz and is primarily what is referred to when people mention "The Village Capital...Read more
AO: This five year ICT Masterplan was released by the Ministry of Information in 2014.Read more
Google opened a development office in Nairobi in September 2007 which the author labels as "Nairobi’s highest-profile validation".
The article includes a...Read more
AO: The Senate on 14 September 2020 proposed the Start-up Bill, ostensibly to help support start-ups. However, the current draft appears to only add to the myriad of complications currently faced by start-ups operating in Kenya.Read more
AO: This article by Mwangi analyses the late Ken Walibora's "Ndoto ya Amerika", arguing that it promotes “rooted cosmopolitanism” as a framework for literary and political development.Read more
In this post, Ory articulates Ushahidi's founding principles of "Witness, Respond, Act" to argue that the same principles need to be applied to a situation...Read more