Know Your Node!

Hi there, Yes, you. The period of silence on this blog has been loud. Anyways, I am back with some sort of motivation to continue to update this blog. This post is a quick one. How do you know which node you are using? To the developer, that'd be a…

HTTP(S)ecure?

Are we Secure? Over the course of the year, I will be running a mini blog series on perceived securities and insecurities. Happy new year by the way. Its still early days. First off, I will like to start off on the myth of HTTP(S) being secure. HTTPS (SSL/…

A page worth following

So I got in late to the Humans of Ghana party. I must say that I have been an active follower of the Humans of New York page for a really long time, so my first reaction was, ebei! we have copied this too? But then, anything worth anything is…

The Right to Information

Recently, I had the opportunity to attend a validation meeting on the right to access information in Ghana. Organised by the Coalition On the Right To Information, Ghana. This meeting was held to present findings of a Pilot project on the Gender dimension of access to information in Ghana. Some…

OpenSource - SSH'ing Goodness

Ever heard of JuiceSSH ? The last three letters in the name is sure to give you an idea around functionality of whatever it is, know it or not. Well its an android application in the PlayStore, basically a program that allows you to ssh on the go. Being a mobile…

To Each His Own

Life, in its living is froth with pain, joy, sadness, tears, smiles and many other words that describe the human condition. To each, a measure of sadness, joy, pain is handed and to each the capability to overcome what was handed is granted. I do not know if I am…

Wifite

I knew the title of my post, I knew the plot my post was going to take, but I did not know how to start. So I am just going to tell it like I hear it in my head. People who work with computers almost always seem to have…

Project Nate

NibbleIT a software solutions company/consultancy I begun a while back, but has been on the down low did a demo of an application during this years IO Extended, organised by the Ghana charter of the Google Developer Groups. Welcome, Project NATE. Do not ask me the meaning and reason…