Now that we got us some shiny new infrastructure; where can we buy some software of the mind? (Part 2)

The ink had hardly dried on this column last week and there was a big pile up on the...

Now that we got us some shiny new infrastructure; where can we buy some software of the mind?

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“Tusaba Gavumenti etuyambe”: To tithe or not to tithe

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If you don’t understand the bell curve, you can’t rid your society of poverty

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