Vincentian Welectricity Initiative Wins GE Award

Welectricity, a social network created in St Vincent and that Grenadines, that helps users track and reduce their electricity consumption at home, has been named by General Electric (GE) as one of the 10 award-winners of their global Ecomagination Smart Grid Challenge. Read more of this post


Moral Search Engines Squeeze Out Sin On Internet

Seek and ye shall find. A number of new Internet search engines created by Christian, Jewish or Muslim entities aim to filter out queries from Web users in a way that is more relevant to those users and keeps them from temptation, alcohol and pornography. Read more of this post

Soca Artiste Arrow Dies

Internationally acclaimed soca artiste Alphonsus “Arrow” Cassell has died, two days after returning home from Antigua where he had been flown for medical treatment. Read more of this post

Google Engineer Fired For Spying On Teens Users

David Barksdale a 27-year-old former ogleogle engineer, repeatedly took advantage of his position as a member of an elite technical group at the company to access users’ accounts, Read more of this post

DLP Seeks IDB Help In Shaking Up Ministry Of Agriculture

Coming on the heels of a previous digital article where it was stated the Minister of Agriculture Haynesley Benn “is operating in an environment in which people had a particular way of carrying out operations, and are not perpared to change” Read more of this post

Caribbean Energy Innovator Welectricity In Global Challenge

Welectricity, an innovative, award-winning social network that helps users track and reduce their electricity consumption at home – the brainchild of a Vincentian energy consultant – is Read more of this post

How To Kill Goyim (Non Jews) And Influence People

When I went into the Jewish religious book emporium, Pomeranz, in central Jerusalem to inquire about the availability of a book called Torat Ha’Melech, or the King’s Torah, a commotion immediately ensued. Read more of this post

US Vets Get Ecstasy to Treat Their PTSD

A pair of psychiatric experts think they’ve got the answer to the soaring number of troops coming back from war with PTSD (Post Traumatic Stress Disorder): have them undergo intensive psychotherapy — while they’re rolling on ecstasy. Read more of this post

Next Edition Of Oxford Dictionary Online Only

The next edition of the Oxford English Dictionary, the word reference bible of the English language, may never appear in print and instead be accessible only online, its publisher said Tuesday. Read more of this post

Caribbean Football Star Murdered In Brooklyn

On Sunday, Phillip Tisson scored the winning goal for St. Lucia’s soccer team in its game against St. Kitts-Nevis in the Digicel Caribbean Cup tournament being held in Brooklyn. Hours later, he was shot dead. Read more of this post

Chile’s Football Girls Dedicate Gold Medal To Trapped Miners

Chile’s girl footballers dedicated their gold medal from the Singapore inaugural Youth Olympic Games to 33 miners trapped in a goldmine in northern Chile, saying their braveness gave them the spirit to win the final. Read more of this post

7-inch iPad Expected By Christmas

Apple is readying another tablet similar to the iPad but with a 7-inch touchscreen for launch as early as the end of this year, according to a major Taiwanese newspaper. Read more of this post

Why Are Feminists Surprised Their Daughters Are Sluts?

In a recent article “Outraged Moms, Trashy Daughters” by Anne Kingston, (Macleans, Aug 16, 2010) mothers lament that their daughters now see “empowerment”  in terms of pleasuring males. Read more of this post

WHO Advisors Who Warned Of Swine Flu Epidemic That Never Was Tied To Drug Firms

A third of the experts advising the World Health Organisation about the swine flu pandemic had ties to drugs firms, it has emerged. Read more of this post

Lawsuit Over Deceptive Vitaminwater Claims To Proceed

A federal judge has denied Coca-Cola’s motion to dismiss a lawsuit over what the Center for Science in the Public Interest says are deceptive and unsubstantiated claims on the company’s “vitaminwater” line of soft drinks. Read more of this post

‘Cop-killer’ Ammo In T&T

A special type of ammunition, known in the United States as the“cop-killer” and also called the “black talon”, has reached T&T. Read more of this post

Wyclef Jean To Run For President Of Haiti

Haitian-born hip hop artiste  Wyclef Jean is about to officially confirm his decision to run in the November 28th presidential race to lead the country of his birth. Read more of this post

US Receiver Goes After Ex Stanford Workers

Ralph Janvey, the US receiver seeking to recover assets belonging to fraud-accused Allen Stanford and his companies, is now targeting the employees of the former billionaire. Read more of this post

Internet Addicts Prone To Depression

Teenagers who spend excessive amounts of time surfing the Internet are more vulnerable to developing depression, a new study finds. Read more of this post

RIM Introduces BlackBerry Torch 9800 Smartphone

RIM (Research In Motion) has introduced the BlackBerry Torch 9800, the company’s first smartphone with a full QWERTY slide-out keyboard and touchscreen. Read more of this post

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