The Journalist in the World

Above: The T&T Guardian for April 19, 2018 BitDepth#1142 for April 26, 2018 Many years ago, a friend explained the economics of the smash and grab […]

Social media is publishing, Seepersad rules

Illustration by vvoennyy/Depositphotos, BitDepth#1131 for February 08, 2018 When Justice Frank Seepersad delivered his ruling on case claim CV 2016-02974, he did so in the clear understanding […]

Brereton on new book tax

Author and historian Professor Bridget Brereton wrote this open letter to the Government regarding the decision to reintroduce VAT on books… I want to support the […]

The eBook archive

BitDepth#997 for July 14, 2015 It’s hard to believe, but it’s been just over 40 years now. Sometime around 1974, I sat on a culvert at […]

Creating our own narratives

BitDepth#965, originally published on December 02, 2014 Whenever I attend a PhotoPlus Expo, I nose around a bit trying to find out what the show’s organisers […]

Digicel goes hardline

BitDepth#959 for October 21 The spotlight for the evening at La Cantina last week was supposed to fall on Digicel’s new offering, Fibre to Business, a […]

We the publishers

BitDepth#939 for June 03 Normally, I’ve got just one answer. WordPress. The question tends to be some variation of “I really have to get my stuff […]