Friday, February 05, 2010

Jua Releases Video For Sikupenda Kwangu

Inter President Racially Attacked For Hiring Mariga

According to leading football website, Inter Milan President Moratti's home was vandalised by thugs who spray painted his gate with racist remarks linked to the signing of our boy Mariga.
Inter Milan President Massimo Moratti has become the latest victim of a racist attack after his villa was vandalised by criminals. La Repubblica reports vandals sprayed the words "no more negros" on the gates of Moratti's home in the province of Lecco, near Milan. Speculative coverage suggests the incident is linked with the arrival of Kenyan international McDonald Mariga, who joined the club from Parma on Monday, though local media said the writing first appeared last week following Inter's 2-0 win over Milan in the derby.
It's not the first time the club have been affected by such problems. Mario Balotelli (the Ghanian-born Italian) has often been a victim of racism this term, with some of the abuse coming from his own fans. Inter have not spoken publicly about the latest attack.
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Inter President Massimo Moratti Latest Victim In Racist Attack -

Thursday, February 04, 2010

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MFA Take On Mang'u In Dream Floodlights Final

Three months ago, if you told the most ardent, fanatical, rugby fan that MFA would be in the final of the Resolution Health Floodlights Rugby Championship, you would have been dismissed as a rugby heretic! Well, this Saturday, it wouldn't be a heresy when we say for a fact that Moi Forces Academy will be making their first final, not only in Floodiez, but in a major rugby tournament. Their opponents? Battle-hardened Mang'u from Central Province. Saturday's final will be a contrast of sorts, with MFA's unpredictable, and often random flair, against Mang'u's clinical and effective style. MFA kicked off their dream run to the final by dispatching Changez' Mean Maroon 25 - 6 in the Quarter Finals, before dismissing Bush Boyz 5-0 in the semis. On their part, Mang'u opened off their quarters by thrashing Kiambu High 37-3, before destroying Patch Machine 22-3.
The Final kicks-off at 2pm at the Impala Rugby Club on Ngong Road. Tickets are going for 100/- for students (with school ID's). See y'all there!

Tuesday, February 02, 2010

A First Taste Of What The Google Tablet’s Interface Will Look Like

Last week, the world saw Apple's long anticipated tablet device, the iPad, for the first time. In the aftermath since that announcement, a few things have become clear: it will be great for some people, but its apparent lack of flexibility (at least in its first iteration) may leave something to be desired. It's increasingly looking like the best alternative will be Google's Chrome OS, which is clearly on a collision course with the iPad. And this week, we've come across some very impressive mockups of what Chrome OS may look like on a tablet form factor.

The photos have been posted to the official Chromium site (Chromium is the open source project behind Chrome and ChromeOS). And while Chromium is not actually part of Google, it appears that these mockups were put together by Glen Murphy, Google Chrome's designer. In other words, there's a good chance that the final version of Chrome OS will resemble this.

Update: Be sure to watch this video to see a mockup of the tablet in action.

It's worth pointing out that there almost certainly will be multiple "Google Tablets", given that Chrome OS won't be tied to a single device. That said, Google is working with select hardware partners to ensure that it runs on devices that are up to its specifications, and there may be one tablet device that is designated as the "Google Tablet", much like the Nexus One is the "Google Phone".