Read One Hundred Years of Solitude in 12 hours

Imagine you have a long journey of 12 hours, and that you want to read you the Nobel Prize in literature García Márquez at this time. The best way is to buy the book and read like the old romance, $ 26 in Duty Free, as a book is never enough for in a library […]
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Silken Hotels, luxury and personality

Hotel always seeks to meet and give the best service; but only some manage to be recognized as the best, and this is the case of Silken hotels chain, entirely dedicated to offer the best service and quality to ensure a pleasant stay. Time has been making the Silken Hotel chain, one of the largest […]
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Tagging the real World

This has been announced in these days in the website of the Rey Juan Carlos University. This is free mobile software that allows ‘tagging’ virtually the real world. According to this, users can link multimedia content to an object by pointing the phone, stick a ‘virtual’ label over a real object and the person who […]
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The financing of urban development

This is the name of the International Forum carried out in Tijuana, Mexico from September 24 to 26, 2009. It seems a very important issue for the Latin American environment because it is based on departures experience from these countries. And it is that those who have seen land use approaches referred at the top […]
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The cadastral valuation

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. What is the property valuation As I mentioned earlier, the appraisal can be considered a transaction to an object in order to find a reference value known as assessed value. A property may have multiple appraisals, with different methodologies and dates. Is usually […]
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eCADLite: Another alternative to Microstation

Dgn format has been very stable, many GIS / CAD programs recognize it but edit it natively has always been a privilege to Microstation although only it had been three variations of the format: GISD, V7 and V8. In the DWG format case, Microstation has managed to open and edit it natively, like all programs […]
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Destination CAD or Resignation CAD

It has already reached the new issue of AUGI World, with very interesting content, such as working with SketchUp, first steps with .NET and some with Revit. It has drawn my attention a kind of analogy made by Mark Kiker, regarding a destination choice suited to the election of a CAD tool. Although its orientation […]
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How to know the file’s password

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. There are several online tools that allow you to find a secret password, or how we better call it today: the password of a file, I do not intend to promote evil with this post but rather to explain the risk involved in […]
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How much is the software in this blog

More than two years writing about technology issues crazy, usually software and applications. Today I want to take to make an analysis of what it means to speak of software in the hope of forming an opinion, to highlight strengths and how they respond to income and words as Internet traffic generation. Software entries that […]
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How to know how many people are on a march?

How to know many people are on a march … We had 50,000 people there …I never saw so many people … We are 300.000 Well, well, let’s take some basic lessons to this, using tools of common sense so we have fun while passing the political crisis. This is an example where the central […]
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Approximately 10 loose sentences of the Cup crisis

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. … After giving me two pinches in my arm, I finally accepted I was not dreaming. … If Honduras denounced the OEA document with immediate effect, and the OEA expelled Honduras, does Zelaya is left in the air? … So many Nicaraguans and […]
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3 wishes for today

Hi sweet, days without hearing from you. Yes, it’s been several things, good, bad and regular. I was traveling again, as the last 4 years. No, nothing changes here, every day the situation becomes more delicate. But we’ve been making progress. What happens is that the day was born with palate flavored the last 20 […]
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6 minutes of trust for ConstrucGeek

I recommend taking a moment to learn about this blog, which is now coming to a year of operation. I am referring to ConstrucGeek, the six minutes you’re expecting to devote reading a new egeomate you should invest in this blog. There are only two possibilities: that you realize CAD issues associated with engineering isn’t […]
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Webinars, do they work to Bentley?

Today I attended the first Bentley online conference presented as a new format to what it was their annual conference called by them as BeConnected. Feature: Approved After my sickness the last time I tried to register, I turned the mood when I saw that via Media Player it has been run well the videos […]
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The coup happened

TRANSLATION NOTES: Please read some comments at the end of this post. 4 hours without electricity, No TV, no radio, no news. The government channel was broadcasting that the president had been arrested. Then went off the air, and all radio and television channels were gone. A few minutes later the air force planes made […]
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GIS software – described in 1000 words

The recent month of May, it was released version 1.2 of this brief but admirable document that with that name seems to scoff at how complicated it is the software for managing spatial data. It is written by Stefan Steiniger and Robert Weibel of Calgary University in California and Zurich University respectively. At the end […]
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Knowing, my recommendation for a film

Knowing (in Latin America is known as Omen) is a film of Nicolas Cage that I recommend to this blog visitors who are passionate about the lat / long coordinates. I don’t expect to tell you the story because you lose interest, but basically it is about a fucking sheet with numbers a girl wrote […]
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Why we have to thank neogeographers like Google

This is the name of Eric Van Rees interview conducted with the leading men of three outstanding companies in Geoinformatics technologies: Jack Dangermond, ESRI President Richard Zambuni, Director, Bentley Geospatial Line Ton de Vries, CEO of Bentley Cadastre line and land development Halsey Wise, Intergraph President and CEO The document is interesting, and comes at […]
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