In the Bajan Matrix again – better ways to spend your money, a new chat forum, a wedding service & a Bajan rastafarian movement turned detective
Every now and again we throw ourselves into cyberspace and see what Bajans we bump into… this time there are a good few popping up and all equally potentially significant stakeholders!
Whether for Bajans or visitors, this place is a cool spot to say “I Do,” I should know – we did so near the site of where the then new Hilton would be built… At that same Hilton, photos were taken for an online wedding guide – Isle I Do. the brainchild of Island Evolved – formerly Boomshak Productions, it and the travails of getting hitched. One of the models you may recognise from Cave Shepherd… Also how to select your cake and eat it too!
Island Evolved services plan to get into other areas like Blastbox Online and Adrenaline Sun, but those are still under construction.
For those whose browsing tastes are a bit more serious, then you may be aware the Rastafarian community is quite enraged over the loss of a potential rising star… It seems he was literally at his prime and taken away under circumstances they deem as suspicious – if not mysterious, not satisfied with fellow bloggers covering the issue they have taken matters in their own hands… They ask relevant and disturbing yet logical questions if of the subject did indeed take place?
appears to be a blog of the , or for short for sure,and it is even extracting sources from mainstream media to highlight oddities in the death of one of their own. Do some research and you’ll realise this matter is going worldwide very quickly!
Another potential powder keg is a consumer-watch agency better planned that Malcolm Taitt! Barbados Consumer Watch is a group recognised by Barbados Underground, it has more than one member unlike poor Malcolm Taitt’s Ralph Nader-like cries in the wilderness of Consumer’s Rights when facing the Fair Trading Commission.
This site is totally comprehensive on Barbadian matters – from Courts & Hire Purchase to Mobile Services, even down to money for bottles! This group has former members of CANA & Starcom assisting in ensuring all Bajans know their complete slate of what they’re entitled if confronted with defective merchandise or obnoxious service!
Younger members of Barbados’ online Community may be tired of other sites which used to be associated with Club Xtreme and were happy when the popular nightclub hosted their own service, however, there were some areas that needed ironing out, and now Club Xtreme has a new and improved discussion board – The Trident!
Now, you can talk about important things like Souse, LOL! Seriously, so as to increase security from online perverts, you have to join and be a memeber first – but it’s all free, so sign up – see if you can find me?