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 […]

Internet disruption, July 20

Image: Connected Globe, Bigstock. TSTT was the first to advise that a damaged fibre optic cable in Miami was the cause of slow browing speed for […]

Digicel goes after OTT operators

Silicon Republic reports on Digicel’s recently announced plans to tackle Over the Top (OTT) services in Dublin. “If you fight that wave and the value that […]

The Steelband Brand (Video)

In 2010 I addressed a room full of steelband professionals and told them of the dire straits their music and their brand was in. To date, […]

Can calypso survive in the digital age?

Above: Kurt Allen performing at the finals of the 2012 Calypso Monarch competition. Photograph by Mark Lyndersay. A review of Kurt Allen’s Griotism, originally published in […]

OWASP T&T chapter established

The Open Web Application Security Project (OWASP) is a worldwide not-for-profit charitable organization focused on improving the security of software. OWASP’s mission is to make software […]

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 […]

Livestream for LACNIC/CaribNOG meeting

The Caribbean Network Operators Group (CaribNOG) and LACNIC will be jointly hosting CaribNOG’s 10th Regional Meeting and LACNIC Caribbean on the Move at the Best Western […]

BVI to wire schools for free Internet

Above: Myron Walwyn, Education Minister, British Virgin Islands BVI News reports that British Virgin Islands Education Minister Myron Walwyn will roll out a programme wiring all schools […]