What do we say to the god of writer’s block and procrastination? Not today. I haven’t done any creative writing in many weeks. I was in a trance and handling some transitional moments with a boatload of distractions. I couldn’t bring myself to concentrate on some of the things I do as a pastime. Now… Continue reading Change and a Boulevard of Postponed Dreams Part 1
It was a wild ride into the terror of rerouting back to where we began. It was walking down the dark side of our relationship. I was deeply engrossed on myself that I lost track of us. We used to have broad, compelling conversations — the kind that make one give a satisfying look at hell. I… Continue reading The Dark Apology
When President Uhuru Kenyatta officially launched the Huduma Number countrywide registration exercise in Machakos County on Tuesday, April 2, 2019 he chided the religious leaders for associating it with the Number of the Beast (666). This might remind you of the 1951 objection by religious groups into being part of the American Social Security Program,… Continue reading The Huduma Namba Furore
The mobile applications market has been flourishing. A lot of people are interested in applications for communication, games , business , food , sports , lifestyle and pretty much everything else. The best part is that applications are not as expensive as many people would like to imagine. The majority of the resources that enables creation of an application are freely available.
Let’s first look at the cost of application development and the main considerations
The platform, complexity and talent involved matters a lot. The primary factors that usually influence development costs include:
The need to build app will be anchored on the business plan and the business model that will bring in revenue. These are what will determine the cost that will be required to build an app.
Some other important aspects include how the app will be monetized, whether money will be…
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In the gritty cracks of my marrow , I try to keep my conscience clean, I never agonize over things that go wrong, Neither can I be left utterly shattered, Rather than begin to wallow in a sickening futility , I adopt a powerful practice of finding gifts in happenings, And I… Continue reading Spooky Dreams
Looking at things in retrospect, I feel like maybe i have underestimated myself a little too much. For a moment, doubt took over. That is the thing with life.I never know what I can withstand until I have been through it all. It Is a potential storm that is brewing in a tea cup before… Continue reading A Conversation with Myself
The other day I had a client meeting and something a little embarrassing happened. In the course of our meeting, the client’s boyfriend called. He demanded to know where the lady was and what she was doing. So the lady explained she was meeting me to discuss details of her project. After a few minutes,… Continue reading Jealous and Insecure Boyfriends
She takes the cake for chutzpah. She has a mellifluous voice and lovely, beaming eyes. She has a tantalizing taste of success: I can tell from her outlook. She is in an ecru, thick, chiffon, prom mini- dress, matching stilettos and matching icon trench coat. She has immaculately long, dark hair. It is comme il… Continue reading Becoming
Today is International Women’s Day. Women will always be the best gifts life ever gave us. That’s why I celebrate them. They show hospitality to the world without grumbling. They are wonderful. They do miracles in our lives. They help us focus ahead always. They are valiant stewards of varied grace. They make every day… Continue reading International Women’s Day
It was a wild ride into the terror of rerouting back to where we began. It was walking down the dark side of our relationship. I was deeply engrossed on myself that I lost track of us. We used to have broad, compelling conversations – the kind that make one give a satisfying look at… Continue reading A Dark Apology