If SEO isn’t dead, perhaps it’s time for it to die

As much as I hate to rehash this tired theme, I think it’s worth discussing in light of a recent change I’ve undergone in my personal and professional opinions. Initially I was just going to blog about the death of link buying. Although this is no longer the focus of this post it most certainly … Continue reading If SEO isn’t dead, perhaps it’s time for it to die

2011 IAC South Africa – African Astronomy

The International Astronautical Congress (IAC) is a coming together of international astronomers at a conference dedicated to educating, informing, and sharing information with space lawyers, engineers, astrobiologists, technicians, astrophysicists, astronauts, administrators etc. It is an exceptional opportunity not only to learn from some of the most famous and well-informed minds in the field but also … Continue reading 2011 IAC South Africa – African Astronomy

5 Strange End of the World Scenarios

Everyone has heard the horror stories involving supervolcanoes exploding, meteor impacts, and asteroid-Earth collisions one day wiping out all terrestrial life on Earth, but what about the potential disasters few people talk about over drinks at a bar? The lesser publicized end of the world scenarios? And just how realistic are they actually? (I know … Continue reading 5 Strange End of the World Scenarios

Saving the Southern African Large Telescope

I recently attended a talk by Dr Darragh O'Donoghue hosted by the Royal Society of South Africa on their 134th anniversary. Dr O'Donoghue holds a Phd in astronomy from the University of Cape Town and is currently the Southern Africa Large Telescope (SALT) instrument director with extensive research interests and activities across the world, including … Continue reading Saving the Southern African Large Telescope