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2006 October | John Baeyens

From the monthly archives:

October 2006

Brazil: dare to take the blame

October 27, 2006

You’ve probably followed the events of the GOL flight 1907 which crashed over the Amazon killing all the 154 passengers.  The both American pilots of the Legacy Jet can still not leave the country.  They have been literally doomed in the Brazilian press and every Brazilian citizen is convinced the two American pilots with their […]

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Petumbrella

October 27, 2006

Meggy needs this in Belgium.

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October 27, 2006

Telemar rising Interconnection costs Yeah, no wonder Net makes that amount of profits with the nitty gritty int. bandwidth they source per user.

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Roots

October 26, 2006

Yesterday I received a mail referring to “Samba do Raiz”; Brazilians use adjectives like these all the time: Samba do Raiz, Carioca da Gema… I personally don’t like eggyolks, I prefer people who seek new ingredients for mashups.  Which is why most Samba to me is not a music style; it’s a dead end street […]

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October 26, 2006

Argentina in 2007? (tags: Argentina, Nestor Kirchner)

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UMA in Belgium

October 24, 2006

It has been exactly a year since Mobistar launched ADSL and I left the project for a year missions in Brazil.  Mobistar ADSL Connect and ADSL Talk were two innovative products preparing Mobistar’s positioning for the arrival of UMA.  It’s no secret I’m a strong believer in UMA (unlicensed mobile access).  No idea what UMA […]

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October 23, 2006

Brazil after October 29th: so will it be The danger of a resounding victory for Mr Lula da Silva, in the view of those who support economic orthodoxy, is that much-needed reform would be even less likely, leaving Brazil with little chance of growing more quickly than the average of 2.5 per cent CR or […]

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