Today Airstrip One's government sponsored media empire published a preview of the Uruguayan election. Given the time sensistive journalistic interest of making the world a better place by highlighting bad behavior, I have been compelled to annotate it as Qntra's Editor in Chief: Read the rest of this entry »
Today after picking up two fresh blocks of business cards, Read the rest of this entry »
I've got a handful of pictures. Read the rest of this entry »
With the rack where UY1 lived going dark the call was made for to stand up an interim server "anywhere online" and so the interim host 'anyserver' was stood up. The server was sourced from a Kansas City based operation calling itself "Wholesale Internet" where I in the past have stoop up a box to run a trb node. Before getting to the recipe I want to collect a few general points about the host 'anyserver': Read the rest of this entry »
In the coming minutes, Uruguay's first presidential debate will take place barring some sort of labor dispute related work stoppage. The big picture in local electoral politics has moved little since the selection of candidates. On October 27th ballots will be case determining the composition of the legislature, and one month later there will be a run off for the presidency between the top two candidates. The one major change is that the Colorado Party has split into two. But first... Read the rest of this entry »
Pesos down, real down. Other cambios have still wider spreads advertised on their boards for the Peso Argentino going as wide as .35/1.15 in the compra/venta.