Considering 2018, engineering for 2019

Above: 2019, by @JEGAS_RA/DepositPhotos A TechNewsTT report to readers We didn’t do anywhere as much reporting on technology as we would have liked to in 2018. This […]

Print journalism in a digital age

Above: Lead type, photo by saax/DepositPhotos. Originally published in Sunday Newsday, December 09, 2018 Most people reading my work in 2018 might be inclined to think that […]

A 21st Century Newspaper

Above: Illustration by mast3r/Depositphotos. A strategy outline by Mark Lyndersay This paper was written for the newspaper I left in November 2017 as a parting gift after […]

An irregular soldier falls

Above: After his passing, it was striking how few images of Andre Alexander seemed to exist. This photo was taken with the phone of Lisa Wickham […]

Reuters reports on digital news

Above: The 2018 report’s cover. BitDepth#1153 for July 12, 2018 The Reuters Institute Digital News Report 2018 is available online, both as a PDF and as […]

Fintech is coming!

Above: The Oxford Business Group roundtable’s panel. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1152 for July 05, 2018 June 12 was an ordinary enough day, the morning sunshine […]

What is a journalist?

Man thinking at typewriter. Photo by everett225/DepositPhotos. BitDepth#1146 for May 24, 2018 In a discussion before the JSC about the Cybercrime Bill a week ago, Chairman […]

The Journalist in the World

Above: The T&T Guardian for April 19, 2018 BitDepth#1142 for April 26, 2018 Many years ago, a friend explained the economics of the smash and grab […]

Riding the board

My oldest functional writing tool is this SilverReed portable typewriter. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#1139 for April 05, 2018 My first technology skill was learning to […]

Social media is publishing, Seepersad rules

Illustration by vvoennyy/Depositphotos, BitDepth#1131 for February 08, 2018 When Justice Frank Seepersad delivered his ruling on case claim CV 2016-02974, he did so in the clear understanding […]