Posted by : brij fbEducator Wednesday, 2 August 2017


On July 4, Africa got its own top-level domain (TLD). It was long overdue; Asia got theirs in 2007, and the .eu domain has been knocking around since 2005. It’s early days, but people are using this new piece of digital real-estate to make their mark online. People like Dylan Beattie – a software developer from London, which I’m reliably informed isn’t in Africa. Beattie registered downin.africa. Yes, you can see where this is going, can’t you? Visiting ibless.therains.downin.africa brings you to this masterpiece; a website where Toto’s Africa is played on a perpetual loop. It’s like Spotify, but better.…

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