The Future of Communications

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ISIPHO

Isipho (i-see-poh) sprang from the determination of 13-year-old Miranda Lynch to do everything possible to improve the life of two-year–old Amahle Zuma, and other children in iNzinga. Miranda and Amahle met in the summer of 2008 when Miranda and her father, Tom, were in South Africa for vacation and decided to spend one week volunteering. They spent that week living in the remote village of iNzinga, living with the Zuma family, planting potatoes in communal gardens and working in schools.
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Atlantis Discovered on Google Maps?

‘Atlantis’ spotted on ocean floor off Africa on Googlemaps: Google spoilsports deny it.
Google today claimed the criss-crossing lines visible in the Google map sof the Atlantic were – not as some claim, the fabled lost city of Atlantis – but sonar data collected as boats mapped the ocean floor. But the internet giant said “blank spots” within the lines could not be explained. A spokeswoman said: “Bathymetric (or sea floor terrain) data is often collected from boats using sonar to take measurements of the sea floor. “The lines reflect the path of the boat as it gathers the data. The fact that there are blank spots between each of these lines is a sign of how little we really know about the world’s oceans.” Undeterred, Aeronautical Engineer Bernie Bamford, 38, of Chester, said: “It looks like an aerial map of Milton Keynes. It must be man-made.”

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