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Maite and Federica: Using Innovative Design to Improve Access for People with Disabilities

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Maite Sánchez Mancebo and Federica Flores Cadenas are the founders of Tashnika, an agency of designers in Uruguay seeking to solve tough problems through design. By working together as a small team and contracting required skills through their large professional network, Tashnika provides its clients with a full suite of design services, from product design to industrial and visual design. In all of its products,...
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When it all becomes normal

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You know what’s weird, when the unfamiliar becomes familiar.Continue reading on Chronicles of a Zomad »
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What’s Cooking Mexico?

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Dark and Beautiful – The Magic of Acai

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Top 5 Beaches in Corfu, Greece

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Essential Spa & Body Treatments

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East of Eden – The Best of Thailand’s Markets

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Colonial Charm in Colonia del Sacramento

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Despite the abundance of things to do in Buenos Aires, I recently decided to take a break from the city and head back across Río de La Plata (the river that separates Argentina and Uruguay) to Uruguay. I spent the day with a couple of friends exploring the historic quarter of Colonia del Sacramento, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. After a quick ten-minute walk from the...
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Month 2: Buenos Aires, Argentina

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Let’s start with “No, I’m not dead. Please stop asking.” Turns out Buenos Aires (BA) is a super badass city with an un-doable amount of stuff to do, but I’m trying to get it all in. Highlights Fuerza Bruta – this insane interactive live show with water, confetti, a running man, gunshots, and ceiling acrobats. I’m going back again this weekend if that says anything....
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BIG SURPRISE

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After Peru, we have a brutal double layover flight from Cusco to London. However, for a very small cost I was able to switch my flight so I travel through NYC instead of Bogota.That's right Land of the Free, I'll be returning to the homeland for Fourth of July! I'll be in NYC from 7/3-7/9 and continuing on to London after that. Excited to see everyone,...
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A MINI GUIDE TO SAN MIGUEL

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San Miguel de Allende is a charming and colorful city located in the central highlands of Mexico, approximately 3.5 hours drive from Mexico City. Characterized by its colonial baroque architecture, its unique Disneyland castle-like Parroquia de San Miguel Arcangel, and its thriving art scene, the city has drawn attention for decades from both Mexicans and foreigners. San Miguel is historically important as the birthplace of...
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One Opportunity, One Encounter

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Jumping into Kyoto, Japan for month 4 of Remote Year with a brand new year has been incredibly refreshing! I found myself in a whole new continent, relying on a bike for transportation, and embracing a minimalist lifestyle. I tried many new Japanese foods and rituals, and I met a handful of inspiring people.I was invited one Sunday by a fellow Remote to join them...
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Mentoring & Industry Culture

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Why Mentoring? I strongly believe that mentoring can help a mentee develop into a better technical leader, and it’s also an exercise in leadership for Continue readingMentoring & Industry Culture The post Mentoring & Industry Culture appeared first on Dreaming in DevOps.
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10 Books To Take on Your Travels

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"Digital nomads in awesome shirts," Rosanna Lopes edition. When suitcase space is at a premium (or storage space on your devices), choosing which books can go the distance is mission critical. You know those books you keep coming back to over and over and never get sick of? This is that list. There are some classics that everyone knows -- the Harry Potter series, for instance. I'm...
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When it all becomes normal

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Week 22

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Ahhh! So one of the things I wanted to prove to myself this year was that I can travel alone. I’ve never done it- this week, Krabi, was my first solo trip ever. Which tbh was equal parts exciting and terrifying. It’s awesome to not have to accommodate another person’s desires, but it does also remove that safety net (which unfortunately is a legitimate consideration...
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Water, Water, Everywhere and Not a Drop to Drink: The Fight For Water

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Five years’ ago I visited Tonle  Sap, a large inland lake in the central part of Cambodia near to Angkor Wat.  The lake is connected to the Mekong River by the Tonle Sap River, which depending on the time of year, will flow in different directions.  This unique phenomena was only discovered relatively recently and is caused by the tremendous amount of glacial meltwater that...
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How I Snuck into Marina Bay Sands Infinity Pool Not Once…but Twice.

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sto·ryˈstôrē/noun1. an account of imaginary or real people and events told for entertainment."an adventure story"synonyms: tale, narrative, account, anecdote2. an account of past events in someone's life or in the evolution of something."the story of modern farming"Maybe this is real...maybe it's not.When I decided to stop in Singapore for three days before kicking off a year of travelling, I had one goal in mind: I...
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On Value. In digital products, cryptocollectibles and handheld sparrows.

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I’ll take 5.People will pay for crazy things. Many will pay for things you’d never get yourself. This post will eventually be about launching apps. But first!Value is in the valuePerched under a gigantic statue of a dragon, a minute’s walk from a 100-meter-long statue of Buddha, a middle-aged lady offers a cage full of wild birds. A sparrow goes for about a dollar, a starling (or look-alike)...
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2 weeks in Kuala Lumpur

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These first 2 weeks have flown by so fast! Most of this time was spent exploring and getting acclimated, especially the little things like looking right-then-left before crossing the street (instead of the left-then-right that we do back home in the States), learning how to swim through the hoards of bar-goers during my 3AM commute home, and remembering to carry an umbrella everywhere (because spontaneous...
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