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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Co-authoring blogs

Dear Readers & fellow Bloggers,

I will not be able to keep up with blogging regularly going forward but I still want to do so in a limited fashion.

I have been inspired by a stable of blogs that are a must read for me & these include:
Nevertheless, there is one blog that had caught my (investing) eye & I RAVED about it in an earlier blog entry... Investing In Africa. It is an offshoot of a website that promotes an Investing In Africa newsletter.

Ryan (the blog's owner) has kindly allowed me to post on his blog. Not being "tech-savvy" & with limited decent internet service in the near future, I shall send him my entries on an ocassional basis which he will (hopefully) post...

I will try to link my contributions to this blog... I think it is called a "Trackback"...

Ryan's blog focuses on Africa, unlike my Kenya-centric focus, thus I think it will broaden the horizons for investors.

In addition, I am passionate about politics & tend to mix the economics with politics thus I will try & limit my contributions to Investing In Africa to economic & financial discussions.

Thanks & keep on blogging!

10 comments:

bankelele said...

Huh? Don't walk away yet - Just do what you have to do and do post when something catches your fancy. I'd say that many of the Kenyan blogs I regularly read are now part time (were full time/almost daily postings) before but they have cut back and are still as good

Will follow IiA blog as well

Anonymous said...

Do not limit your discussions to just business. That's what all the other kenyan blogs are doing and it's becoming boring.

To be honest, with the exception of this blog, I no longer read any of the others anymore. They're all talking about the same thing, all the time.

maybe I just find discussions about dividends and earnings to be mind-numbling boring. At the end of the day, these companies are run by human beings and I think it's more important to understand this human dimension, than it is to spend hours and hours pouring over data that everyone else has.

but that's just my personal preference. It's a free world. keep the blog up..it's free!

Anonymous said...

oops....I forgot to put in my "signature" on that last piece.

KE.

coldtusker said...

KE - Thank you! I am blushing... LOL...

Banks - I think you will enjoy the pan-African information in IIA. There is more than the NSE as Stanbic is showing many Kenyans!

Ssembonge said...

Are you heading back to Kenya?
"limited decent internet service"?

I'll keep an eye on IIA for Kenyan posts. I've got little interest on other African countries.

Odegle said...

am touched , that you consider my blog among your favorites! but i agree with the others, you can keep posting as young kenyans say 'bolita ,bolita' . yaani mos mos when you have something to say. i enjoy the passion with which you normally blog

Anonymous said...

Coldi...Been reading your blog everyday for over 4 months now! you have got real passion on issues you post.Your posts do inspire & enlighted guys. Dude tadhadhali dont dim the lights or pull the plug...it is very dissapointing. Get a solution, same way you keep driving your opinions on Govt or corporates...

pesa tu said...

Pole ...pole.. lakini usituwache Coldtusker.Sometimes we read your posts Baada... sorry badala ya Kazi

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