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F.A.Q.

F.A.Q.
What is the aKoma Beta?This is the first public build of the aKoma storytelling platform. Our goal is to provide a functioning product out as quickly as possible to a select group of users for rapid design and feature iteration, specifically to members in Nigeria, Kenya, Rwanda, North America…

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Writing About Somewhere : Getting Started

Writing About Somewhere : Getting Started
So you want to write about a place? A place that you know, you've been to, that you've stopped in or passed through? Great. Clearly the place means something to you, good, bad, ugly, beautiful: you care – but how do you get someone else to? You tell them about it,…

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The Zeno's Paradox in Somali Culture

The Zeno's Paradox in Somali Culture
Every community that is ruled by a traditional culture has its own ways of using mathematics. These methods could be open to everybody or hidden, and the mathematical concepts used by that community could be used for sorting out basic necessity of the day-by-day life such as counting, measuring, memorizing,…

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The Four Keys to Writing

The Four Keys to Writing
Writing is not easy. And yet, in this day and age of social media, mobile telephony, email, and various other forums, it just seems as though everyone is writing something. Someone nonchalantly types a text message on their cellphone, and suddenly, they are a writer because the text has been…

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Diasporan Trying to Find a Way Home

Diasporan Trying to Find a Way Home
Almost half my life has been spent in Europe. 19 years and counting. How did all those years pass by so quick? I remember stepping off the plane excited at my new adventure. 19 years old, eager to escape the mundane life of living with mum and dad. My life…

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