We’re inclined to report our readership stats towards the end of each year and, with most of Cape Town declaring the year over, we thought now would a great time to do the honours.
I was at Bali Beach in Bakoven the other morning with my dog and my kid – giving mum some down time – when I ran into a group of youngsters that fit the Millennial demographic.
My MacBook was still on the roof of the car as I drove onto Kloof Street, and I only realised what I had done when I arrived at playschool. Here is a list of my mistakes.
We were two years out of school, having matriculated in 1994, the same year Nelson Mandela become president. Life was full of excitement and promise.
New positions hardly ever come up at 2oceansvibe, but we’re constantly growing. We’re very picky about who joins the team, so hopefully you have the right stuff.
Seth’s a tech guy, and it takes something pretty impressive for him to bust out the ‘game-changer’ line. It’s safe to say he’s a fan of this gadget, then.
We’re about a month away from launching ‘Cabine du Cap’ – a luxury, fully-serviced cabin, set on 175 hectares of private land in the Klein Karoo. There’s much to report.
There’s a knowing nod I often share with fellow FT Weekend readers. An understanding that we have mutually found and enjoy the greatest broadsheet weekend read in the world. And if you think it’s all about finance, you’re horrifically mistaken.
I read a book a while ago called ‘Wealth Secrets of the 1%.’ The book analyses historically wealthy people and suggests how this knowledge can be applied today. The one point made by the author really struck home.
Seth Rotherham detailed the birth of his cane furniture business (malawicane.com) in a book entitled ‘Work is a sideline, live the holiday.’ That was three years ago – let’s see where things are now.
If you’ve ever wondered about the man behind the 2OV brand, the guy who really pulls the strings, then you’re in luck. It’s the elusive Seth Rotherham in the flesh.
So this guy, Rick, contacts me and says he bought ‘Work is a sideline, Live the holiday’ and has had great success implementing the ideas, tips and strategies I gave in SA’s next bestseller. Listen to this.
We’ve issued a second print run of Seth’s book, ‘Work is a sideline. Live the holiday..’ after just two weeks and have noticed the first reviews have arrived. Check it out..
I’d say it’s been a good week. I’ve been enjoying my new driver, who carts me around town from one important meeting to the next – usually with people of distinction. You know, “stakeholders” and “opinion leaders.” Such is the hand I’ve been dealt.
We published an article on Friday, denouncing ADT for using ‘unknown numbers’ and not sending an SMS when customers’ alarms go off. Instead of implementing basic social comms, they sent this: