A local website, often criticized for poor writing and a PLP bias, has removed inflammatory content about Peter Nygard after receiving a letter from the fashion mogul’s lawyers.
Deputy Prime Minister Brent Symonette is calling on PLP MP Fred Mitchell to come clean with the facts and tell the Bahamian public all he knows about how the MOFA site was originally created.
TeleNetworks Broadband Solutions, a regional network solutions company based in Puerto Rico, is interested in expanding to the Bahamas.
Google has made it so you can make free local and long distance calls (to US and Canada), and cheap international calls from directly inside Gmail.
Every time you turn around, it seems as if there is some new seminar promising to teach you everything you need to know about mastering the Web. Most of these seminars, however, are just a waste of your time and energy.
I generally ignore e-mails from strange doctors on the grounds that, if they were any good, they would be in the Bahamas up to their eyeballs in cocaine and dusky foxes and not wasting their time writing for free on the Internet.
Facebook unveiled a new service called “Places” that will let users share their location with one another and more easily discover what’s around them from within the social network.
The Department of Human Development, Education and Culture has launched a new website for the Organization of American States (OAS) Scholarship Alumni and Student Association, to celebrate more than 50 years of OAS scholarships.
Right off the bat, you’ve got these bloggers claiming to have “10 million visitors”, such an outrageous lie that it destroys what little credibility they may have had.