I’ve been thinking about blogging a lot the last year or so, perhaps over thinking the when, how, wherefores… I blog for work (Marionettes & MEP Publishers), but hardly ever for, well, me. I suppose the closest thing is the “micro-blogs” of Twitter and Facebook status updates – not quite the longform musings that sometimes flit about in my mind but never find an … Continue reading Not done with you yet…
We’re fairly tree-huggy over at my day job at MEP Publishers. Over the last few years, we’ve slowly moved closer and closer to being as green a publishing company as one can be in Trinidad and Tobago. We donate as many working electronic items as we can to schools and nonprofits. We’ve recycled paper for several years with ACE Recycling (and used “draft” mode and … Continue reading MEP partners with Piranha for full-scale recycling programme! 🙂
That title wasn’t meant to be an alliteration, but it happened to work out that way! This Saturday 20th August, the Kimono Company is presenting a seminar on social media, called Social Media Success: A Seminar. Myself, Kayode James, Karel McIntosh, Simone Sant-Ghuran, and Douglas Ames will all be presenting on various aspects of social media. There are just two more days to register, as … Continue reading Social Media Success Seminar this Saturday
Well at least they admit it: “like any list, this one isn’t perfect.” Newsweek has opened a hornets’ nest of inter-island and inter-country rivalry (at least in the Caribbean) alongside scepticism from social scientists, journalists and marketing professionals with the release of its first – and now quite controversial – The World’s Best Countries list, featuring the “world’s top 100 countries”. The biggest problem here, … Continue reading The Caribbean: great to visit, but not to live?