David I. Adeleke is a freelance writer and editor. He writes about technology, culture, and politics. Read more of his writing here. Latest Articles by David I. Adeleke Contributor The future of technology rests on the likes of 11-year-old Nigerian programmer, Joshua Agboola. What do you ask an 11-year-old tech prodigy? What kinds of things do you talk about? He probably knows more about technology and software than you do. Contributor What is the point of a population census? The first Nigerian population census I experienced was in 1996. I was still a child, so I had no idea what was going on. Contributor Brymo’s ‘OṢÓ’ is a palette of brilliant songwriting and masterful instrumentation. You would be doing yourself a huge disservice if you listen to Brymo’s music just for the melody alone. Contributor Why ‘93 Days’ is one of the most important movies ever made. I always wondered why 93 Days went out of the cinemas so fast. Contributor Black Panther is just what it is – a Marvel superhero movie and a purely Capitalist venture. It is easy to get excited about Black Panther and elevate it to a messiah-status. It’s not ideal, but it’s easy. Less than 90 years ago, Hollywood’s first black movie star was ‘a fool’. Contributor CNN’s $25 million investment in YouTube star, Casey Neistat, goes bust. In 2016, CNN spent $25 million on Beme, a video-sharing app created by Casey Neistat, a YouTube film-maker, and Mark Hackett. Contributor Nassim Nicholas Taleb on bitcoin and how it could save us from “an Orwellian future”. On Monday, January 22, 2018, essayist and risk analyst, Nassim Nicholas Taleb published a commentary on his Medium page about the value of bitcoin and its role in future markets.