· November, 2006

Stories about Panama from November, 2006

Pana-Blogs Report

  29 November 2006

#1: From Chiriqui Chatter: El Desfile de los Bomberos en David , a very colorful report on a traditional  firemen parade that takes place in most large cities in Panama to commemorate the  independence festivities of the country. In this case Don shares a collection of photos and even a...

Panama: Beers & Blogs Decmeber

22 November 2006

Bloggers visiting Panama City in the month of December, take note: the next “Beers & Blogs Panama” will take place at Taberna Steinbock on December 22 [ES].

Panama, Chile: Information Architecture Retreat

  16 November 2006

Panamanian Jorge Arango gives his impressions of the Chile Information Architecture Retreat and discusses the state of the profession in Latin America. Leon Kadoch, meanwhile, applauds Arango's thoughts on “Casual Information Architecture.”

Pana-Blogs Report

  9 November 2006

#1: Chiriqui Chatter on "Fatal Bus Fire Causes Identified" Don Winner posted the resolution of the bus fire that killed 18 people. To net it out, it was a failure caused by negligent maintenance of the bus. In the US, the mechanic would be looking at serious legal problems. Read...

Panama: Real Estate Blog

  9 November 2006

If you’re looking to purchase real estate to rent out for investment purposes, but aren’t sure how to identify a good real estate deal, there are a few things you need to educate yourself on before you make your purchase. This article is a resource for future investors in Panama.

Panama, Guatemala, Venezuela: Security Council Compromise

  3 November 2006

“Certain governments and institutions in the region (especially the international media) are desperate to divide the region into two camps and force everyone to choose sides,” comments Boz in a post that applauds the decision by Guatemala and Venezuela to support Panama as a compromise choice for the UN Security...

Panama: The Zombie Walk

  1 November 2006

Panama was invaded by Zombies on October 28th. The event promoted by Rob Rivera and ButterFest Media was a total success. The walk started by Parque Urraca in Avenida Balboa and ended outside of the Unplugged Bar in Avenida Uruguay. For more information on this activity visit Jorge Yau's blog,...

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