Posted by: Winslie Gomez | 19/02/2008

Castro, Musharraf & HD DVD to say goodbye.

“What a difference a day makes, Twenty four little hours”

Fidel Castro retires

In Reuters

“To my dear compatriots, who gave me the immense honor in recent days of electing me a member of parliament … I communicate to you that I will not aspire to or accept — I repeat not aspire to or accept — the positions of president of the Council of State and commander-in-chief,” Castro said in a statement published in the Communist Party’s Granma newspaper.

Will Cuba really change? Just have to wait and hope for the best.


Musharraf urged to go as rivals win


Photo credit to sonyapryr
Pakistan as an ally of USA has a few new problems to resolve.

A wave of sympathy helped the Pakistan People’s Party of assassinated former Prime Minister Benazir Bhutto emerge as the largest party in the 342 seat National Assembly.

But it does not have a majority and will need to seek coalition partners.

Toshiba ends format war


Photo credit to vincenzo360

The Blu-ray win means consumers no longer have to choose between rival incompatible formats and run the risk of being stuck with a 21st century equivalent of Betamax, Sony’s videotape format that lost out to VHS in the 1980s.

If you splashed out good money for the “rage-of-the-moment”, you will just have to dish out some more dosh, for Blu-ray by Sony.



  1. Some of those I’ll miss more than others; they all proved to be entertaining, but Castro leaving is definitely a plus. It’s just too bad that he took Toshiba down with him…

  2. Thanks Ethan
    I just recently, well Christmas, splashed out on HD ready monitor. Yikes!

  3. It was a wonderful and exciting day. I was glued to the TV all day. We’re all hoping the US stops backing Musharraf so we can get rid of him, but Bush seems to love him too much…

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