November 15, 2019

Strangling meaning

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio One of my readers emailed me worried about Power Plant regenerators. I thought his concern, along with my answer, might be interesting. The concern is one we get a lot. “All power regenerators limit current. They can only provide a percentage of the total available current in the wall. […]

The education challenge

By Oliver Mills Education is transformation. It is creative and innovative thinking which provides new perspectives, and different angles to issues or positions being contemplated. Education is also about being moral, fair and just in our dealings with others. It is an incremental unravelling of what is, to achieve what it could be. We tend […]

The death of CES

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio The Consumer Electronics Show has been on life support for years. With the recent announcement from USA Today that “CES has been named one of the 10 Best Auto Shows in the world,” I would have to say a proper funeral is all we’re missing. I’ve been attending the […]

The myth of Golden Ears

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio We probably all know someone we consider to have golden ears. A person with hearing so acute they can pass judgment on recordings and stereo systems in microseconds. And they’re almost always correct. Yet, does the term apply only to people with anatomically perfect appendages? It doesn’t take a […]

Seeds of change

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio It was Henry David Thoreau that wrote: “Dreams are the seeds of change. Nothing ever grows without a seed, and nothing ever changes without a dream. Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit.” Indeed, every day we absorb new information, chat on the forums with […]

OPINION: Democracy stolen in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines

By Jolly Green Let there be no doubt whatsoever, the last three elections in Saint Vincent and the Grenadines were stolen through bribery and fraud. Perhaps it would be more accurate to say that has generally happened in Saint Vincent the States mainland island. It’s far more difficult for the fraud to take place in […]

Tipping point

From Paul McGowan From PS Audio The tipping point is when a whole lot of little things add up to big change. It is the point at which we move from one long-held state to a new and fresh understanding. The notion of the tipping point first came to my attention through one of my […]

News cycles

By Paul McGowan From PS Audio The word “news” is defined as newly received or noteworthy information, especially about recent or important events. We can get news from our family, neighbors, papers, radio, or on the streetcorner from passersby. Much of the news we get from the media is about bad things happening, but on […]

Miller: The Chinese are coming, corals reefs are dying. What next, the mountains?

By R.D. Miller Modernization is important; but should it reiterate a nation of its once colonial rule where only the ruling class and famous get to write the rules. Several Caribbean islands and African nations have seen an explosion of Chinese businesses over the past decade. These investments may offer a path to better economic […]

Is the banking system’s recent liquidity crunch just the ‘Tip of the Iceberg’?

From Newsmax So far, Wall Street seems to have been able to shrug off the impeachment issue, and the stock market seems locked in the same nervous holding pattern it’s been in since 2018. However, that could all change—considering recent uncertainties impacting the markets, which include recession fears, renewed Middle East tensions, and a partially […]