Mexican Food (Part 2)

This is a bit of a follow-up on my previous rant on Mexican food and its representation abroad, see the previous entry, since last time I’ve tried to show “the way” to my Norwegian friends and I thought it would be nice to document the process. I’ve also written about food during some holidays, see:… Continue reading Mexican Food (Part 2)

Day of the Epiphany (Three Kings’ Day?) away from Mexico

Following up on my series “Celebrating holidays away from Mexico”, after entries such as: a rant about Mexican food on independence day and day of the dead January 6th is Día de Reyes, the last date of what we Mexicans know as the Guadalupe – Reyes marathon (which is, in short, an extended holiday period… Continue reading Day of the Epiphany (Three Kings’ Day?) away from Mexico

Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 8 – Online)

As usual this is a follow-up on a previous entry This Wednesday’s session was a bit special, after a surge in COVID-19 cases, my city’s municipality decided to improve safety measures, therefore the office had to do it as well… We’re basically expected to work from home until January 15th, so rather than getting together… Continue reading Dungeons and Dragons: Asuria (Part 8 – Online)

Privacy Resources and ongoing translation efforts

Humanetech Translation Project Otherwise known as HTP (I personally prefer HTTP 😛 ), is a little project that started on the Humane Tech Community forum after my little comment about privacy related content available mostly in English, see this entry for context. The project has officially started and is looking for translators, so if anyone… Continue reading Privacy Resources and ongoing translation efforts

Convenience vs Privacy (Round 2)

Context For a while now I’ve been trying to find ways to convey the risks of social media and the importance of privacy to my non-tech savvy family members, in a previous entry I went over getting away from WhatsApp (Facebook really) and using element connected to my own self hosted synapse server. The Social… Continue reading Convenience vs Privacy (Round 2)