Thank you, Therese

Above: A portrait of Therese Mills by Rattan Jadoo featured on the cover of her posthumously published memoirs. BitDepth#919, an obituary to the pionner journalist, was […]

Samsung to grow Caribbean presence

Above: Samsung’s first massive UHD 110 inch television was introduced in 2013. Published in the Business Guardian for September 26, 2013 Here in Trinidad and Tobago, […]

A tablet for a child

Originally published on December 24, 2013 It’s not that I have anything against either Android or Windows 8, but the hard truth is that there simply […]

Broadband shakeup, 2007

Originally published in the Business Guardian. Customers looking for broadband connections in Trinidad and Tobago are finally finding a market in a state of true competition, […]

Brian Jahra’s eFREENET Project (2000)

Above: Brian Jahra photographed in 2011 at 360 Communications. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth #248 originally published as “The great Internet freeness” on June 27, 2000 […]

When steel whispers

Above: There are fans and then there are pan supporters. Which band in the world has an audience that acts as its road crew? Photo by Mark Lyndersay. […]

For plastic, high tech tools

Above: This recreation of a successful card snatch was inspired by surveillance photos captured by ATM cameras. Photography by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#506 for January 03, 2006 […]

Internet fraud bites deep.

Above: Anthony St Clair at his office in First Citizens Bank. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. BitDepth#505 for December 27, 2005 It isn’t often that BitDepth gets […]

Dear Prime Minister (2010)

BitDepth #732, originally published in the Trinidad Guardian on May 25, 2010. This is my first open letter to the Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago, […]

Peter Lord: Movies by the millimetre

Originally published in the Trinidad Guardian on November 11, 2013 It isn’t something that you’d notice at first, but there’s a lot of Peter Lord in […]

Back to the future – Gerd Leonhard

An advance look at futurist thinking BitDepth#648, published on October 07, 2008 Futurist thinking is always an iffy business. Attempting to figure out what happens next […]

Innovation: Suborning Imagination

BitDepth#913, published on November 26, 2013 Last week, the Ministry of Planning hosted interested citizens to a panel discussion titled “The Human Imagination at Work.” The […]