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Gadgets – Wish List For 2013

Innovation and creativity are the hallmarks of any company that wish to remain at the top of their game in a competitive and changing marketing environment. Therefore, consumers have much to look forward to this year as companies seek to make the following gadgets part of their consumer product offering: 1. Google Glasses This is an in-your-face information device that […]


AS IMF Agreement Is Finalised, Jamaica Reaches Out To Diaspora

Jamaica is still in the process of creating a Diaspora policy to guide relationship between the Caribbean nation and literally millions of Jamaicans spread across the North American and European continents. Improving this relationship has become extremely critical, as Jamaica reaches out to the global community for support, especially investments, to create the level of growth and development needed to […]


Apple Bites Shoppers!

  New York!!!! Concrete jungle where dreams are made of, There’s nothing you can’t do, Now you’re in New York!!! These streets will make you feel brand new, The lights will inspire you, Let’s hear it for New York, New York, New York – Jay-Z & Alicia Keys – Empire State of Mind. Those were the lyrics of the song […]


Is There A Return On Investment In Education?

Education is defined as “the act or process of imparting or acquiring general knowledge, developing the powers of reasoning and judgment, and generally of preparing oneself or others intellectually for mature life.” – It is within the context of the foregoing, one could rightly argue that education ought to be considered a right that should be enjoyed by all […]


The Tarnished Chalice − Susanna Gregory

The 503-page book entitled “The Tarnished Chalice “ by Susanna Gregory is the 12th in its series and is cast in 14th century England. Gregory uses the setting of the Catholic Church, the University of Cambridge, and the once-powerful and urban city of Lincoln to provide the context for an intriguing and fascinating story. The two protagonists are physician Matthew […]


Freddy Adu − A Man On A Mission

    Today, sports is increasingly organized, regulated and governed to ensure a fair competition and a just outcome. Moreover, it has become an arena where not only heroes are made but also money and lots of it, one may add. It is therefore not surprising to see children demonstrating interest in and practicing sports at an early age under […]


Chris Gayle – The Goliath Of Cricket?

Christopher Henry “Chris” Gayle was born September 21, 1979, in Kingston, Jamaica. He started his cricket career at Lucas Cricket Club in Kingston and has moved on since then to cement his place not only in Jamaica and West Indies cricket history books but also in the annals of world cricket. His exploits on the cricket pitch make opposition bowlers […]


It’s The Market, Stupid

We have come a long way from the village square where subsistence farmers traded and haggled, trying to unload all their produce before the sun set on the market place. Big spacious buildings with temperature control rooms for commodities and traders have replaced the seemingly disorganized, garbage littered square, and though there is the robust interaction of buyers and sellers, […]

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Is Morning Joe Fast Becoming Morning Blow?

Today, the media in general is described as the fourth Estate – a term originally reserved for the press (Newspapers). It is said that the term was first coined by Edmund Burke (1729-1797), a British politician, as noted by Thomas Carlyle in his book, “Heros and Hero Worship in History.” Burke said that there were three Estates in Parliament, but […]