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· March, 2010

Stories about Guyana from March, 2010

Guyana: Virtual Love

“What a la-la. The I-net become the We-net”: Guyana-Gyal notices that “rosemantic” things have been happening in cyberspace.

Guyana: I & I

Guyana-Gyal has a theory about “how tongues all over the world latch on to the I-Talk.”

Trinidad & Tobago, Guyana: Miss Tourist

Lifespan of a Chennette goes “touristing” in Guyana's capital city.

Guyana: Death of a Language

Repeating Islands notes that “Berbice Dutch, a Dutch Creole spoken in part of Guyana, has been declared officially extinct.”

Trinidad & Tobago: Going to Town

Online literary magazine Town has just published its third issue: Trinidadian bloggers Nicholas Laughlin and Pleasure comment.

Guyana: Ethical Debate

Signifyin’ Guyana considers the pros and cons of a code of ethics for bloggers.

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