is under new management. Premier Brown's former press secretary Glenn Jones will take control of the listings and guidebook website in January and according to the site's owners Media House
Jones "is brimming with ideas to help push the website forward."
I have said ever since I got here that Bermuda's internet inventory is shocking. I mean finding out about events and happenings by word of mouth can be charmingly winsome but it is wholly tiresome and ancient too. I list on the right hand side of the page Bermudatourism.com
and it is the least bad of a very bad bunch of information related sites.Bermudaguide.info
are all desperately amateur and outdated efforts and the island and it's much sought after visitors deserve better so I will be keeping an eye on Bermuda.com
to see how it develops.
I like how Glenn Jones rolls though, he was quoted as saying today that he "has a raft of ideas to help make the site like a public square... that's where I hope to take it."
There is certainly plenty of potential.