This evening, I’ve spent a little time researching TV White Space, also known as WRAN (Wireless Regional Area Networks), or IEEE802.22. Using dynamic spectrum and cognitive radio to intelligently seek and use open spectrum for delivery of broadband Internet. By using the repurposed bandwidth from analog television, TV White Space is promising as a technology … More TV White Space
My brain is on overload. It’s 3:38am on September 12, 2015 and I’m wide awake. Wide awake and processing on the events of the week. With yesterday as the 14th anniversary of the September 11th attacks, the events of this week were especially relevant. This past Sunday I traveled to Green Bay, Wisconsin for a … More A Peace Retreat
Next week I’ll be fortunate and humbled to be in the presence of two incredible peacemakers. Fr. Joseph Okumu, Executive Director of BOSCO-Uganda and Archbishop John The Baptist Odama will be visiting the US from Gulu, Uganda. You can read more about it here, at the BOSCO-Uganda website and blog. peace.
In taking a look at my last blog post (May 2014), it appears I’m not spending enough time writing in this space. I guess I’ve been busy with school and work. More soon. In the meantime, take a look around and I hope you find something of interest. peace
This is an interesting and timely post from Tim Kelly of the World Bank “Tech Hubs Across Africa: Which Will Be The Legacy-Makers?”, With data gathered by iHub Research, Bongohive (which I hope to visit in July) and the World Bank. Eric Hersman (White African on Twitter) has already provided a nice update to the … More Tech Hubs in Africa…and beyond?
It’s been awhile since I’ve posted anything here, though I have about 4-6 posts in the pipeline. I guess its just finding time to commit to this space, and finding that time seems to be a constant struggle and obviously a finite resource. Anyhow, a little news here….ready? drumroll please…….I’ve decided to pursue a masters … More Global Technology and Development masters
Recently, this August, on a visit to northern Uganda, we drove out to a secondary school in the countryside near Gulu Town, Ocer Campion Jesuit College to tour campus and meet with the administration, faculty and students. In addition to meeting with school officials, we discussed and provided recommendations on their technology use, computer labs, … More Ocer Campion Jesuit College in Gulu