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SEAL Team Six by Howard Wasdin and Stephen Templin

Posted On May 22, 2013 Contador Harrison

  SEAL Team Six is no doubt my most fascinating since I read Gideon Spies by Gordon Thomas. SEAL is a secret elite within American military tasked with counterterrorism, hostage rescue, and counterinsurgency. In this dramatic, behind-the-scenes chronicle, writer Howard Wasdin and Stephen Templin takes a reader deep inside...Read More

The Poisonwood Bible by Barbara Kingsolver

Posted On April 18, 2013 Contador Harrison

I read The Poisonwood Bible seven years ago for the first time, and since then its one of the few books that have left me with an uneasy sense that something is not right in the contents of the book. This is the latest edition that features extra sixteen...Read More

Google’s Inactive Account Manager Review

Posted On April 13, 2013 Contador Harrison

I used to ask myself what will happens to Contador Harrison Gmail, YouTube and Google+ accounts when I die. My Facebook, Twitter and other social media accounts I have two trusted lieutenants who will handle the post ‘Contador Harrison era’ if it happens soon. However, because of Google policy,...Read More

Telecoms in East Africa should look to data for mobile growth

Posted On March 30, 2013 Contador Harrison

Mobile network operators in East Africa should look to data traffic growth and increased data prices as a means of arresting voice revenue decline in one of the fastest growing mobile market in sub Saharan Africa. Over the last few months, a couple of operators have been sending pricing...Read More

Ghost in the Wires by Kevin Mitnick

Posted On March 24, 2013 Contador Harrison

This book is about first hand account of Kevin Mitnick in which he takes the reader through his rise to become the Federal Bureau of Investigation ’s most wanted head. As an experienced programmer, I was moved by how he has chronicled his steps in creating new identities and...Read More

Einstein: His Life and Universe by Isaacson Walter

Posted On February 27, 2013 Contador Harrison

Isaacson Walter is the author of the and the globally acclaimed bestseller biography of Benjamin Franklin. This book about a legendary scientist is the first full biography of Albert Einstein that I have ever read. The book mainly dwells on how did Einstein mind work and what made him...Read More

Men should honor their Valentines by fighting for women’s rights

Posted On February 13, 2013 Contador Harrison

Contador Harrison grew up in Collingwood at the height of racial discriminations, women’s rights and gender equality movements. My mother, a black, was working as a consultant although her salary was far less to her whites counterparts. She is a woman and a mother who taught me that doing...Read More

Cybercrime attacks remain unreported in Africa

Posted On February 09, 2013 Contador Harrison

Cybercrime attacks are going unreported in Africa with most private and public organizations unaware of incidents while those aware of them trying hard to cover them for fear of ruining their reputations especially the banking and financial institutions. Unreleased Cyber security study in Africa has found that 87 percent...Read More

Gideon’s Spies: The Secret History of the Mossad by Gordon Thomas

Posted On January 31, 2013 Contador Harrison

Mossad is a word that I first heard of with my father in mid 1980s. He described the organization as the world’s most dreaded external Intelligence outfit and the one of the most sophisticated. When I first read the first edition of Gideon Spies  in late 1999, I was...Read More

BlackBerry 10 will give RIM a huge boost

Posted On January 30, 2013 Contador Harrison

In the next few hours, Canadian firm Research In Motion will try to make a comeback in the highly competitive smartphone market with the eagerly awaited BlackBerry 10 phones. The first phones based on its BlackBerry 10 smartphone platform will be launched in United States. In my fact-finding mission,...Read More