Talking Net Neutrality

BitDepth#951 for August 26 The Room 101 at UWI’s Engineering Building was surprisingly full for the discussion on Network Neutrality hosted by the Trinidad and Tobago […]

The Pagliacci syndrome

BitDepth#950 for August 19 Robin Williams is dead. There. It’s said.  I did not know the man, and even though he gave of himself in an […]

Welcome to hardluck

BitDepth#948 for August 05 Jeffrey Alleyne is a contentious man. I suspect even his best friends will tell him that. He’s aired very public beefs with […]

Hill’s tough climb

BitDepth#947 for July 29 I’d met George Hill for the first time in 2012 when he was TSTT’s Chief Technology Officer. He was pleasant, though extremely […]

Copyright, huh, what is it good for?

BitDepth 946 for July 22 Over the first fourteen hours of the National Seminar on Copyright in the Carnival Industry, I’d had no problems keeping my […]

Facebook users should know better

BitDepth#945 for July 15 After all these years of casual mistreatment by the business, one might have expected Facebook users to be a bit more level […]

The flap about VOIP

BitDepth#944 for July 08 Digicel Trinidad and Tobago quietly dropped a bomb on Saturday morning, with a notice on its website that “effective immediately, unlicensed VOIP […]

Remaking the road to walk

BitDepth#943 for June 30 The National Carnival Commission was being congratulated on Saturday for getting started early on the festival’s 800 pound gorilla, the parade route […]

On Bitcoin and beyond

BitDepth#942 for June 24 It started as a discussion in two parts about Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies, but it soon became a micro-referendum on the basic […]

The gear guys

BitDepth#941 for June 17 I’m trying to figure out exactly what I’m doing here. The attention of everyone in the room at the Hyatt is being […]

Apple’s MacOS: Inching toward perfection

BitDepth#940 for June 10 Technology keynotes are a special breed of business presentations and keynotes targeting developers are a very special subset of these theatrical sales […]

We the publishers

BitDepth#939 for June 03 Normally, I’ve got just one answer. WordPress. The question tends to be some variation of “I really have to get my stuff […]

Are you sitting down?

Above: Steelcase’s Matt Williams (centre) demonstrates the consolidated controls of the company’s new adjustable office chair, the Gesture. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#938 for May 27 It’s […]

The Finn’s finale

BitDepth#937 for May 20 I’m quite fond of that very old Trini saying, “time is longer than twine.” You’ve got to be of a certain vintage […]