Mark Lyndersay is a writer and photographer based in Trinidad and Tobago. He wrote 1,800 editorial leaders for Guardian Media Limited between 2001 and 2016 and now provides leaders for the T&T Newsday. He writes features and reviews for several publications.
His column, BitDepth has examined personal technology issues continuously over the last 23 years.
As a photographer, he divides his time between commercial assignments, editorial photography, annual reports and personal projects like Local Lives, which examines the backstory of life and culture in Trinidad and Tobago.
It’s the kind of Marshall McLuhan conceptualising that could easily become boring, but the banter between De Gannes and his hosts makes a potentially challenging subjects seem rather obvious and straightforward.
It took the company two days to reengineer its payment systems to transmit a QR code, using it as an identifier that would tag the recipient, identify them to the resource they were accessing and provide a virtual receipt for repayment.
A mask that filters that much airflow and maintains a good seal on your face also traps some carbon dioxide from your breath. In situations which require a bit of exertion, it’s quite possible to start getting a bit loopy.