She got scammed, almost

She was now locked out of her account. She was shocked at how quickly it had happened and the fact that the call and each of the text messages had come from the number she had saved for Bank of America on her phone.

Maria Nunes on photographing Carnival

It’s very troubling that the TTCO and TTCBA think that people like myself are taking advantage of creators of “works of mas” by making off with huge profits from commercializing our photographs without any just benefits being derived by the creators.

A tech traveller’s bag

I can work without fresh underwear, but I’m helpless without my devices, so the roller can go in the hold but I need the shoulder bag, thank you.

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 […]

The Cashless Transition; What’s Next?

Above: Sybil Welsh, ECCB, Shiva Bissessar, Pinaka Consulting Ltd and Ms Donna Wellington, First Caribbean International Bank (Barbados). Photo courtesy ECCB. Financial Innovation & Inclusion in ECCU […]

Mostly unplugged in Tobago

Above: A view of Little Tobago. All photographs by Taran Rampersad. Click to enlarge. Having decided that I needed some time away to consider life and […]

How’s your website today?

When I wrote about the awful online presences I encountered when I was car shopping, it was hard not to become despondent. People who communicated with […]