· January, 2006

Stories about Bermuda from January, 2006

Bermuda: Manadatory GPS

10 January 2006

Judging from the local press, stakeholders seem divided on the issue of mandatory GPS systems for Bermuda's taxis, says the Limey.

Caribbean: What does the word before the colon mean?

  10 January 2006

“What does “Caribbean” mean? What a vast weight of confusion & possibility & debate those four little syllables have to bear,” says Nicholas Laughlin in a thoughtful post inspired by a long-gone writing deadline, by the debates around the restructuring of the Global Voices “Americas” region, and by Taran Rampersad's...

Bermuda: Commonalities

9 January 2006

Alvin Williams asks, “As a black Bermudian, what do I really have in common with my fellow white Bermudian which will allow us to live in harmony?” The Limey responds.

Caribbean: CARICOM and ICT

  5 January 2006

Jacqueline Morris links to a Jamaica Observer article about moves being made by the Caribbean Community and Common Market (CARICOM) toward greater implementation of ICT in the region. She's especially pleased that CARICOM's plan seems to acknowledge “the efforts of the civil society in the region and expresse[s] support for...