Mar 26, 2020
While the novel coronavirus is no laughing matter, sometimes, you haffi tek serious ting mek joke. From Lovindeer’s “Wild Gilbert” in 1988 to Wayne J’s “Chikunguya Song (One Panadol)” in 2015, Jamaican singers have long used grave current...
Mar 16, 2020
Since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, people have been stockpiling "must-haves" to protect themselves from the virus. Panicked shoppers across Jamaica cleared supermarket and pharmacy shelves of everything from household cleaning products to toilet paper. To...
Mar 11, 2020
The novel COVID-19 is terrifying the world. New cases are popping up across the globe and deaths are mounting. Jamaica confirmed its first case March 10th. As the country tries to contain the spread of the virus it is clear that panicking is not useful. Countries and...
Jan 29, 2020
Jamaican scammers don’t just limit their playing field to naïve foreigners via phone calls anymore. They also target us, too! Right here in Jamaica! And they’re using social media to do it. Our vulnerability in what most of us consider a safe space where we find...
Jan 24, 2020
Artificial Intelligence claims to transform lives, how we work and how we interact. We are already seeing some of the effects of its in most industries. AI is widely used in many award-winning apps and software on the market, particularly in service industries. Among the...