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Eve Dmochowska

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Eve Dmochowska spends her day playing on and with the Internet, and thinks it is a rather fun way to make money.

She is the founder of Crowdfund, a crowd sourced fund to help local online startups get off the ground, and of the Geekspace, Joburgs first hot desking space for geeks.

She is also the co-founder of The Broadband Bible which helps SAfricans find the perfect ADSL plan and the Airtime Bible, which compares the costs of cellphone contracts.

Why I won’t speak at a conference for free

Sporadically, I am invited to speak at various conferences. Last week, for instance, I was invited to speak at one focussing on private equity in…

The web’s unavoidable sharp learning curve

A funny thing happened to me this morning: I finally realised that a really large chunk of people who use the internet haven’t got a…

Starting a start-up

Are you an online entrepreneur or developer, with enough ideas for online projects to keep you busy for …well, forever? Great. Pull up a chair…

Developing online ventures in SA

Ideas are free. Developing them into viable businesses, not so much. Developing them into viable online businesses…well…take a number. Especially if you live in South…

Now you can even swap your child online

There is a website, www.childtrader.com that allows and even encourages you to permanently swap your child should you feel that you are not an ideal…

Some things you might not know about Sarah Palin

For starters, the Republican VP candidate allegedly hid her daughter’s pregnancy and claimed the baby as her own. Also, she had only met McCain once…

Google does evil?

Google South Africa has abused its position of dominance in the online advertising market and has used underhand methods to win a major online advertising…

One step closer to Paypal

As any South African who has tried to make money online undoubtedly knows, Paypal does not allow us to receive funds via its system. We…

Death of newspapers nigh?

Quality newspapers are in trouble. The local daily printed newspapers are in even bigger trouble. I know this because I am a news junkie, and…

When your country lets you down

In theory, I could live almost anywhere in the world. I have a US education, an EU passport, a work-from-anywhere career and have already called…