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Marc Wandschneider is a professional software developer with well over fifteen years of industry experience (yes, he really is that old). He travels the globe working on interesting projects and gives talks at conferences and trade shows whenever possible.

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Feb 21, 2006 | 12:11:25
Costa Rican Fables and Legends
By marcwan

Aquí en Costa Rica, hay muchas leyendas famosas, incluyendo la historia de La Llorona, que continua a dar miedo a muchos niños caminando por los ríos.

Pero, evidamente, la historia de La Llorona que la mayor parte de la gente conoce – que se trata de una campesina que quiere “correr” con los ricos – es completamente alterada, e muy differente de la historia auténtica de hace muchos años.

En un estudio en Costa Rica que yo hize, yo leí el “vero” cuento de La Llorona. Fue un poco extraño, y por eso, decidí escribir y proveer, como servicio publico:

La Llorona, En Un Acto:

Por Marc Wandschneider

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Feb 04, 2006 | 10:58:16
Where's Waldo? I mean, where's Marcos? I mean, where's Marc?
By marcwan

So, one of the things I take most for granted in my life is Internet access – almost anywhere I go, I can count on having high speed access, or at least some easily reached wi-fi access nearby.

It turns out, however, that this is mostly only true when I am at home in the USA or Canada. As soon as I leave to go overseas, I often find myself in places that are far away from the Internet access I so love (and need!), or worse, in locations where there is simply none.

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