Wey De Man With The Hammer Gone?

That question traditionally resurrects David Michael Rudder’s classic rendition of his 1986 melodic hit, “The Hammer”, honouring steel pan pioneer and steel band leader, Mr. Rudolph Charles (1938 -1985). And while Mr. Rudder’s voice sweetly calls on the chords of the chorus and steel pan notes harmoniously reply, it all seems to somehow give the [...]

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Fourteen Days

Fourteen days have passed since the earth shook the core of Haiti and the soul of her people.
Fourteen days since the earth reclaimed the lives she helped create. As she breathed life into dust and created man, so she has turned flesh back into dust.
Fourteen days, more than 150,000 people buried.
Fourteen [...]

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Ah Zebra Meh Say

Ah wah?   Ah Zebra meh say!
Yes, the ever alternating, unmistakable presence of the Zebra Crossing; subtle in its artistic creativity but bold in its statement.
We all know what a Zebra crossing is and of course, its purpose, so I need not post some long technical definition. One, however, did catch my attention:
“n (Engineering / Automotive [...]

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The British Couple in Tobago

For a country like mines that depends on Tourism as a natural resource, it is an utter shame that disasters such as this have to happen before preventative measures are implemented. What I am talking about is the recent attack on the British Couple in Tobago. It is commendable that the representative heads followed up [...]

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Oldest Marijuana Stash Found

Jennifer Viegas, Discovery News
Dec. 3, 2008 — Nearly two pounds of still-green plant material found in a 2,700-year-old grave in the Gobi Desert has just been identified as the world’s oldest marijuana stash, according to a paper in the latest issue of the Journal of Experimental Botany.
A barrage of tests proves the marijuana possessed potent [...]

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Trinidad in the future

I must say, I got a little help from an email that I received in doing this article.
Get a glimpse into life far (or not so far) into the future, in the year
Trinidad government still searching for alternatives after depleting oil reserves in 2036, while assuring the population there is nothing to be [...]

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“…tryin’ to stay recession free…”

According to Wikipedia, a ‘recession’ is “a general slowdown in economic activity over a sustained period of time, or a ‘business cycle contraction’… Production as measured by Gross Domestic Product (GDP), employment, investment spending, capacity utilization, household incomes and business profits all fall…”
It is often defined simply as “as a period when GDP falls (negative [...]

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Steady Cameras

How many times you take your time and patience to steady a shot with you camera during a wedding or some other event only to realise after downloading it on your computer or DVD player it is all shaky and about to make you nauseas? Worst yet, if your buddy gets hold of the camera is had too much to drink, you definitely going to get some bad video. Well Adobe and University of Wisconsin scientists have created software that can correct shaky camera work. There is software on the market [..]

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