Topic Tag: Internet

Advertorial, Community

Get smart, get safe online

Every citizen can choose to be smart when it comes to online predators and criminals, and “smart actions” should be taught, developed, and utilised daily

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Engage, Technology, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Trinidadian Laurie Voss: unbreaking the internet

In March 2016, the Internet shook, when a small, fairly straightforward, but widely used snippet of JavaScript code disappeared from the...

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Engage, Culture, Technology, Travel

Have internet, will travel

It’s difficult — and probably futile — to determine which, among all human activities, has been most altered by the Internet, but...

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Engage, Culture, Technology, Lifestyle, People

Are you listening? A decade of Global Voices

In late January this year, a group of several hundred self-described netizens — loyal “citizens” of the Internet — will assemble in...

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Immerse, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Maxine Williams: “Big ideas can change the world”

I started using Facebook in 2007. I joined as an employee in 2013 — I am the global head of diversity for Facebook. That means that I...

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Netwatch: Caribbean Callaloo

I had meant to find a special theme for this month’s Internet column, but because I’m writing this in the US and missing my...

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Culture, Technology, People, Trinidad and Tobago

Bevil Wooding: casting the internet wider

It’s like something out of Tolkien. In some unknown future, the Internet blacks out and civilisation totters on the edge of chaos. The...

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Culture, Technology, Science

The Caribbean blogosphere

Caribbean Beat first addressed the “blogging” phenomenon back in 2003, and posted a short update the following year. Since...

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