The price of the archive

Scanning and correcting negatives and transparencies is hard work, often requiring hours of step by step correction to restore.

Planning Ministry to automate building approvals

Above: Town and Country Planning Development’s Automation Project: Developers CrimsonLogic President Mr. Saw Ken Wye, Minister of Planning and Development, Minister of Trade, IDB’s Ms Rocio Medina-Bolivar, […]

SLICTA offers warning after FRC destruction

Above: Burning house. Image by DepositPhotos. The ICT Association of Saint Lucia (​SLICTA​), joins the nation in expressing its sadness at the damage caused by the […]

Bits that fuel reading

Above: The Epic reader offers a library of 25,000 books by subscription. BitDepth#1124 for December 21, 2017 I am an unabashed fan, no, let’s be honest […]

Considering journalism in a digital age

Above: Deborah Rayner delivered the keynote address, Journalism in the Digital Age. Photo by Mark Lyndersay. Click on images to enlarge. BitDepth#1113 for October 03, 2017. An […]

Cybercrime Bill read in Parliament

The Cybercrime Bill, 2017 was read by Attorney General Faris al Rawi on Friday 05 May, 2017 during the second session of the 11th Parliament as […]

A sensor story

BitDepth#963 for November 18 Professor Eric R Fossum is probably the most important man in the world of modern photography, but he almost walked right past […]

The e-Legislative Agenda for T&T

The e-Legislative Agenda – Trinidad and Tobago By: Atiba Phillips – Principal Consultant, INFOCOMM Technologies (ICT) Ltd (www.ict.co.tt). Reproduced here by kind permission of the author. The […]

Surveying the T&T digital Divide

Global Voices publishes the second part of their interview with mSurvey, who recently completed a comprehensive examination of the distribution of digital information in T&T. The […]