Dale Imerman

SA’s poor-quality and pixellated picture sites

We can all agree that due to increased bandwidth availability over the past years, online media quality and quantity have grown substantially. So why the hell are local online publishers dragging their feet and being so schnoep with their bits and bytes?! Gone are the days of 800×600 resolution! And gone are the days where…

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Mac vs …

I’ve hated PCs all my life, but I’ve had to use ’em. Up until two years ago that was the case. But now I’m an Apple guy, a sworn Mac supporter, user and follower. This isn’t just to piss off the rest of the PC users, or to be different, or to bask in the…

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Thought Leaders – When in Rome

We all have secrets. We all have some hidden tales that have been silently stacked away for years. But, today is the day of truth! The day the real facts about our Thought Leaders are revealed. Using the the latest forensic technology, modern investigation techniques and, of course … wait for it … Break.com. I…

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Internet-savvy employees affect the bottom line

My company, Creative Rides, currently has four employees, including my partner and I. Although we’re a “workshop” focused on altering all types of cars in different ways, I’m doing the opposite of large corporations … I’m encouraging use of the internet and it’s certainly affecting on my bottom line each day that goes by. Here’s…

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Tsch-tsch-tschooning into online video

I’ve been using the internet since the days of BelTel, so it’s safe to say that I’ve seen many technologies, concepts and ideas come and go, come again and go again and return yet again! I remember the excitement of logging on to IRC each evening to sweet-talk ladies around the world and bask in…

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Of MacBooks, Monkeyland and the Mile High Club

This weekend, I was fortunate enough to attend a dear friend’s wedding in Plettenberg Bay. Not only was I able to witness two of my closest buddies merging their lives together as one, I was also able to get out of the city for a quick break from all the mayhem. I’ve always said it…

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Blogger’s block

Immediately after I was approached to join Thought Leader, I was overwhelmed with an inner excitement that somehow left my fingers shaking at the same time. My immediate conclusion, before my profile was launched, was that I finally had a neutral place to lay down my thoughts and ideas indefinitely, where the information I squeezed…

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