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Around The World With My Networked Life – Craig Charnock Of UBuntu Bridge Builds Multiculturalism Through Music And Language

Syndicated with the permission from The Network – Cisco’s Technology News Site  

 

 

I’m thrilled to have discovered Cisco’s new documentary-style video series, “My Networked Life.” The series takes us around the world, from India to Cape Town, to hear personal accounts of how connected technology is achieving the goals and dreams of young professionals, entrepreneurs, artists and students alike.

 

 

Craig Charnock (aka Quiet a White Ou) of Cape Town, has been on a mission to promote multiculturalism through music and also through teaching Xhosa – one of the official languages of South Africa – with his company UBuntu Bridge. He even created a YouTube video to both educate and entertain. You can check it out here.

 

On being connected with technology, Craig says:

 

“I can run my business and create my work anywhere I go”

 

This is his inspiring story.

 

 

Photo and video credits

Cisco.com / YouTube.com

Author : Holly Hutton

Born in the Big Easy and raised in the Sunshine State, Holly has spent the last five years brunching in the Big Apple and bantering with Big Ben. As a wandering writer, techy-in-training, and avid alliterator, Holly has written everything from educational policy and political news briefs to web content and travel blogs. She is thrilled to be a part of the KS team and working with a community of smart, savvy, entrepreneurs on all things startup!

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