Monday, 1 February 2010


havn't been here for so long
And for how long i'll be i don't know
i learnt, during my sojourn, a song
Whose meaningi don't know.

today, i look free
maybe i'm not as free

just keep it blowing
...the breeze

Wednesday, 29 July 2009



Thursday, 19 February 2009


The Policy Studies Organization (PSO), the Oxford Internet Institute (OII), and Berkeley Electronic Press calls for submissions for, what they call, the first major peer-reviewed journal investigating the implications of the Internet and associated technologies for public polic: POLICY AND INTERNET.

Papers submitted would be expected to report on innovative research into any aspect of the implications of the Internet for public policy.

The journal's first articles will be available in summer 2009.


The 7th Edition of the Change A Life ProjectWatch Live Broadcast on NTA Network & LTVSaturday February 21, 20097pm.

For further information please contact
Eniola Harrison
Phone: 08057710212
Email: eniola.harrison (AT)


Wednesday, 21 January 2009

um. . .i'm thinking

I'm thinking. What shouldn i blog? What can i blog? World Politics, say Obama? some self-taught psychology? self-thought philosophy? self-learnt ideology? What? I'd have loved like most others to write some thesis on Obama, Kenyans and/orAfricans. But nay i won't.

I'm still thinking. What then will i blog.

bla bla bla got no ideas for now. Better to wait till later for some brilliant brainwave. After all silence is golden, init. Maybe tomorrow. Yea. Tomorrow.

Monday, 22 December 2008

been a while

finished First Professional Exams few days ago-terribly demanding-the whole of Med Schl-haven't had the time to blog- i browse but don't blog- let's see what happens in the future-coz now i'm not exactly resting- got pharmac, micro, etc on my neck- merry xmas in advance y'all

Saturday, 4 October 2008


been thinking:
don't, can't comprehend how women got to decide that to dress beautifully 3/4 of your bossom has got to be exposed. Funnier thing is they spend hours wearing dresses that are even "challenged" in terms of dimensions. I mean do you expect someone wearing a full well-sewn aso-oke dress to spend lesser time dressing up compared with someone wearing something close to a glorified singlet?