Vote for Jamaicans to be 2008 World Athletes of the Year

Usain Bolt for the men and Veronica Campbell and Melaine Walker for the women are the Jamaica athletes nominated for the IAAF World Athletes of the Year award. 2008 was undoubtedly the best year for Jamaican athletics and so far the voting reflects that with Usian Bolt second place in the voting for men and … Continue reading Vote for Jamaicans to be 2008 World Athletes of the Year

Blog Action Day 2008 – Focus on Poverty

Poverty is defined by Wikipedia as the is deprivation of common necessities that determine the quality of life, including food, clothing, shelter and safe drinking water, and may also include the deprivation of opportunities to learn, to obtain better employment to escape poverty, and/or to enjoy the respect of fellow citizens. About the UN End … Continue reading Blog Action Day 2008 – Focus on Poverty

The New Joost – failed to redefine television

Long time readers of my blog can remember my initial infatuation with Joost, but then I just lost interest because I pretty much watched all the programs that interested me within the first few days and got sick on the advertisements and download requirement when moving to different computers. I reviewed Joost and gave away … Continue reading The New Joost – failed to redefine television

Jamaica’s second Mobile Technology Revolution – Claro is here

Jamaica's first mobile technology revolution came when Digicel entered the market and rescued Jamaica from obsolete mobile network technology and ridiculous mobile network rates that the lone mobile provider (Cable and Wireless) provided to the people. Digicel arrived and conquered the hearts of the people but to me over the past year or two has … Continue reading Jamaica’s second Mobile Technology Revolution – Claro is here