About

Me:

Ghanaian. African. Black. geek, science student/enthusiast. middling coder. linux user. lover of good writing(particularly, but not exclusively, science fiction), good beer, smart, pretty opinionated women, good music, sports(football, boxing, combat sports). Cynical romantic. Sometime martial arts practitioner. In constant state of improvement

The blog:

I have a lot to say. And I have an ego big enough to believe that some of it is worth listening to. Here’s to hoping I’m right

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14 Comments on “About”

  1. HI

    I’m originally from Zimbabwe. What is it like in Ghana?

    Jennifer

  2. JS says:

    Nice blog. What exactly do you do in Accra?

    Jennifer, Ghana’s the best….well back in the day. How’s Bob holding up Zim?

  3. kwasi says:

    Jennifer, Ghana is home. It definitely has its issues and there is stuff that needs working on, but its also a great place to be.

    JS, I currently work for AITI-KACE.

  4. Abdur Rahman says:

    Peace Kwasi,

    Liked the part about ego! Nice blog. I’ll be stopping by again.

    Abdur Rahman

  5. kofi boakye says:

    nice description
    liked it
    is it free or open source?????
    can i borrow it ??
    with a disguised credit to u ??????????

  6. I think using Ubuntu is a plus. This really made me to sit by my PC and discover something new. What I know (Windows) is close to nothing and I wanna do something useful than boastful. Linux is really helping me. Now I’m using Windows less to Linux coz it’s good to operate at least 2 OS. Experience yourself with linux and pass it on.

  7. richard says:

    hi there. i would like to get in touch with you. cand u send me an email plz?

  8. Zimbabwe’s not so good these days…

  9. Sheree says:

    Hi, I’m going to Ghana in July (Accra and Kumasi). Could you recommend a couple of ‘must see’ or ‘must do’ things so I don’t go there and return having missed an opportunity of a lifetime?

    Thank ya kindly,
    SRT

  10. kwasi says:

    Hmm, that’s a tough one.

    Definitely the forts. Those are hugely disturbing but necessary. Outside of that, The arts center, Nkrumah’s mausoleum, the universities, the arts center, Kakum, the Asantehene’s palace…….

    If anything else comes to mind I’ll add on

    • Kwasi2 says:

      Hi kwasi, i really like your blog. I have just purchased the domain GhanaGeeks.com and trying to come up with a geek concept for the site.
      My initial thought is to make it an IT forum for all. I will be grateful if you could advise me of any ideas you feel might be useful for such a technology site.

      Thanks

      kwasi2

  11. Sharon Yi says:

    Hi Kwasi,

    My name is Sharon and I’m a student journalist here in Accra. I was wondering if you knew of any comic book stores or local sub-culture areas that would be of interest. I would love a chance to talk to you as well!
    My number is 054 283 7455
    Hope to hear from you soon!

    Sharon

  12. Lone StarNot says:

    Can you point me to guides on comprehensively optimizing use of low bandwidth ‘net connections?
    … where sophistication is possible, but bandwidth is expensive?

    e.g., tools for smart caching, scheduled prefetching, adaptive/predictive prefetching/caching?, etc?

  13. nii87 says:

    Hi! I’ll be in Ghana soon. Are you still updating this blog? I’m interested in your martial arts posts and general observations of Accra.


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