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Trips

Photographs and travel stories.

  • How to connect to the Internet in remote areas

    I always wondered what I would do if I had to go live in a small town, where access to the connectivity that we enjoy in the city is limited. More now than our manias for the interaction that came with the Internet...

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  • What Happens at 40?

    Some time ago I wrote an article about the feeling of freedom, in one of those most complex months. Article that I really enjoy reading again, because perhaps it is one of those where the intensity of the moment is unleashed. The photo…

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  • My last trip in 7 photos

    Nothing to do with the clear streets of two weeks ago. But despite the juggling that must be done to avoid ending up on a cliff, taking a car that is coming up the wrong road or finding a livestock in the middle of the road... Getting there...

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  • The Dutch context, reflections of a Latin American

    The Netherlands continues to be the point of reference for various events in the technology sector, but before diving into some issues that itches me to write about, just like the last few times of my travels, I want to drop some…

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  • Geofumadas ... literally on the fly

    Speed ​​at ground height: 627 miles per hour Altitude 38,0e00 feet above sea level Distance to destination 1,251 miles Temperature out there: -74 degrees Fahrenheit Time to destination: 2:25 hours Home local time: 3:00 AM Hour…

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  • Very non-technical topics of the Land Survey Congress

    Hello dear, it has been a really productive congress, significant for Guatemala and an important moment for the Central American region. Before talking about the technical aspects of the event -which only interest my readers-, what will I be entertaining with…

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  • Photos of 13

    Nothing like relaxing for a while with the geofumaditos over there. After a month of battling the methane gas stove, after exams we went to celebrate the visit of the fallen uncle from Houston. In short, he left you some photos.…

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  • GPS maps of Venezuela, Peru, Colombia and Central America

    This is a collaborative project for creating and updating maps for GPS navigators. It was born in Venezuela but little by little it has been expanding to other Hispanic countries at a time when mobile applications are…

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  • Blogsy, for Blogs from an IPad

    Looks like I've finally found a decent iPad app that allows you to blog without much pain. Until now I had been trying BlogPress and the official WordPress one, but I think Blogsy is the one to choose when it comes to editing…

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  • Geofumadas: Long trip in 8 photos

    A kilometric tour of scattered territories has kept me entertained in recent days. Subject that I rarely address in this space, trying to take care of the anonymity of what is my field of work and the taste for sharing technological issues...

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  • Vacation colors and lines

    It has not necessarily been 400 years of silence, but to justify it here I leave you some colors of the vacation with the boys and the girl who lights up my eyes. Internal tourism is cheap and forms roots in children.…

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  • MapEnvelope and the London Eye

    MapEnvelope is an interesting and easy smoke from a guy with a great taste for creativity. If you ever wanted to surprise by saying where you are with a different style, MapEnvelope, as its name suggests, generates an envelope with...

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  • From Amsterdam and something else

    Quite a long trip. 2 hours from Central America to Miami, 8 hours to London, 1 more to Amsterdam: added the 6 connection hours reach 17. The biological clock gets used to it after hibernating like a bear on the plane. But…

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  • Geofumadas in almost only photos

    Lots to do, definitely lots. Here I leave the best of the last few days in images that have left me with interesting flavors. Tonight is with the moon and tomorrow with the sun parachico you asked me parachico I will give you With…

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  • What we will see in the Be Inspired 2010

    A couple of days ago I received the invitation to attend Be Inspired 2010, which this year will take place between October 19 and 20. There will be no event on the American continent, only in Europe, and what…

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  • …occupied…

    Traveling, writing, geofumando on demand. And planning my flight across the pond.

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  • Geofumadas, just photos

    A complicated month in time, but satisfactory in achievements and family passions with my children and the girl who lights up my eyes. I have barely been able to post a couple of times, here is a brief photographic summary. The process…

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  • Tour of the Entremares mine

    My journey is over, tired but fruitful. Of dealings with new territories, moments of good humor and regret of imagining the chicks doing their math and English homework to the best of their ability. The most curious, a hotel…

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