Contact me Contact me: Twitter: @tommakau Advertisements Like this:Like Loading... 11 thoughts on “Contact me” Add Comment thumbs up buddy. keep up .HAPPY NEW YR 2012 Reply Dear Tom, Your are perfectly right. Not only electric cars, the same thing applies to all other renewable energy resource developers, such as hydrogen, hydro power developers and other researchers. I have experience this as a researcher and a developer. If you are in the same lot please do not discourage. keep it going for the benefit of man kind. Reply Hi Tom, I have been on this topic for a while but my interest is also moving voice into WiFi networks. In buildings especially CBDs, you will find a micro BTS(GSM) in almost every building, which is quite expensive, in pursuit of network coverage.Suppose the intelligent Phone is able to offload the GSM voice into into a local WiFi device which through an IP network (via VOIP connects into the cellullar GSM switch through voice routers.This would be of great value to networks due to frequency scarcity, and financial issues involved. What do you think? Reply hi Tom, its good you put your contacts here. Reply Hi, Makau, Aam a vsat Engineer and have been installing the ka band for a year. Kindly email me you contacts. Reply Dear Tom, I am one of the editors of the eLearning Africa Report 2014. The report will be published in May, both online and in print, and will be distributed to ICT and Education Ministers at the eLearning Africa conference. We’re currently recruiting contributors to write about ICT and education in Africa. Would you be interested in writing a piece for us? E-Mail me if you are. Reply Dear Tom I am interested to speak to you about Ka-band, please contact me by email Reply Dear Tom, I wold like to contact you about a certain new gadget that is about to be released. kindly get back to me through my email. Reply Hello. Please provide me with your email address. Thanks Reply Hi Tom, My name is Grace Ngugi and I am research scientist at the National museums of Kenya based at the East African Herbarium, Economic Botany Section. I have just seen an earlier post on twitter “Hey @SwahiliSanifu looking for the English name to ‘Vilua’ (the fragrance petals used in coast and Zanzibar)” posted on 9th of March this year. I do not know whether you got the info you wanted but the plant is called Mkilua at the Kenyan and Tanzanian Coasts in Swahili. It does not have a standard English name because it is an Indigenous tree found in Kenya and Tanzania but its scientific name is ‘Mkilua fragrans’ in the family Annonaceae (The Avocado family). You can check for more info on this link: http://www.ijstr.org/final-print/may2014/Conservation-And-Cultural-Aspect-Of-Mkilua-Fragrans-Verdc-At-The-Kenyan-Coastal-Lowlands.pdf Reply Hello Grace, thanks for the followup on my question on twitter. This is very useful info. Much appreciated. DO you research on the plant? If yes I would like to get your insights about it, Please share your contacts with me on firstname.lastname@example.org . Thanks Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Enter your comment here... Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Email (required) (Address never made public) Name (required) Website You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Google+ account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Twitter account. ( Log Out / Change ) You are commenting using your Facebook account. ( Log Out / Change ) Cancel Connecting to %s Notify me of new comments via email.