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· October, 2012

Stories about Trinidad & Tobago from October, 2012

Trinidad & Tobago: Working with Windows 8

Two Trinidadian bloggers review Microsoft's Windows 8: Mark Lyndersay, who offers a techie analysis of working with it on a tablet, and aka_lol, who gives it a more humourous spin.

Trinidad & Tobago: R.I.P., Bertie Marshall

Mark Lyndersay pays tribute to the late steel pan pioneer, Bertie Marshall, who passed away last week.

Caribbean: Blog Action Day 2012

Since its founding in 2007, Blog Action Day has united bloggers from all over the world by having them devote space to a specific topic or theme. Caribbean bloggers weigh...

Trinidad & Tobago: Privatizing Healthcare

An ad in the newspaper has Trinidad & Tobago blogger, The Eternal Pantomime, wondering whether the government plans to privatize the Eric Williams Medical Sciences Complex at Mount Hope.

Trinidad & Tobago: Corruption and the Rule of Law

Recently, the rule of law has been taking a beating by this PP government. With the now infamous section 34, things have come round to another galloping dictatorship, and […]...

Trinidad & Tobago: The Responsibilities of Photographers

If you are unable to distinguish yourself from dozens of rapacious competitors… If you are unable to successfully negotiate the right to deliver finished files that demonstrate value to a...

Trinidad & Tobago: Attacked Whilst Eating Fast Food

Trinidad businessman Gregory Wight was recently attacked whilst patronizing a doubles stand (doubles are a common street food sandwich). The incident was vehemently condemned on social media, with many bloggers...

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