December 18, 2018

Archives for November 8, 2017

The Editor speaks: A message from over 2,00 years ago is still the same today

I was invited to deliver a message in person this morning (Wed 8) based on three Biblical readings Psalm 72, Nehemiah 13: 4-22, and Matthew 13: 53-58. I was struck just how pertinent the message from all three was just  the same then as it is today. And it even involves Fake News!  Please stay […]

Audi to use solar panels

Audi will use solar panels to help power its future EVs By Rob LeFebvre Gives a whole new meaning to ‘sun roof. When you think of electric vehicles, you probably imagine Tesla’sSupercharger, or gas station-like centers where you go to top off the voltage. There’s another idea, though, that makes a lot of sense: sun […]


Ford made a trucker hat that might save drivers’ lives By David Lumb From engadget Truck driving is an exhausting job that requires constant attention to the road. Falling asleep during long stretches is an occasional — and sometimes lethal — concern. That’s why Ford helped develop the SafeCap, a hat that senses head movements […]

Combating climate change: the OECS an official partner of COP 23

Tuesday, November 7, 2017 — The Organisation of Eastern Caribbean States (OECS), the Caribbean Community for Climate Change Coalition (5Cs) and the United Nations Convention for Climate Change (UNFCCC) have partnered to represent the region at the COP 23. Public stakeholders, representatives of governments along with the private sector gathered this year to focus on […]

The reason why you need to do curtain cleaning in Rancho Cucamonga

From WN Rancho Cucamonga is a city dubbed as one of the Best Places to Live. According to Money Magazine, it was ranked 42nd in 2006. It is known for winemaking as manifested in its city’s seal which is a cluster of grapes. Looking into its geography, it is a suburban city in the foothills […]

CONCACAF announces additions to its Development Department to strengthen efforts to grow the game across the region

The Confederation aims at establishing a sustainable platform focused on supporting its Member Associations Miami (Wednesday, November 8, 2017) – The Confederation of North, Central America and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF) today announced the addition of two key positions to the Development Department designed to strengthen its efforts to grow the game across the region. […]

WeDo Technologies Hosted Revenue Assurance and Fraud Management Conference in Miami, Fl

First Annual User Group of the Americas Included Experts from  25 Service Providers and 10 Countries WeDo Technologies, a worldwide leader in integrated revenue assurance and fraud management, brought together over 120 telecommunications experts in Miami, Florida October 19 – 20, to discuss the challenges associated with today’s dynamic telecom business environment. Issues like Digital Transformation, Internet of Things […]

IDB to use outcomes of UNWTO Conference to shape policies for the Caribbean and Latin America

The Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) is anticipating that the outcomes of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) Global Conference on Jobs and Inclusive growth for Sustainable Tourism, in Jamaica later this month, will provide the data and context that will shape the bank’s future policies in the Caribbean and Latin America. Therese Turner-Jones, General […]

Thanksgiving wine

The Best Wine to Pick Up from Aldi for Your Thanksgiving Table By Sheela Prakash From The Kitchn With all the fuss that’s involved in building your Thanksgiving dinner, what to drink with the turkey and fixings should be the least complicated decision you make. Spend more time hemming and hawing between pumpkin pie recipes […]

Why George Orwell is returning to the BBC

By Vincent Dowd From BBC The BBC headquarters in London has got a new resident: he’s tall, bronze and likes a smoke. A statue of novelist George Orwell now adorns the exterior of New Broadcasting House, a few minutes from where Orwell worked as a radio producer during World War Two. But what was the […]