March 26, 2007
The Cleansing of Iximché
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| by Peggy Aycinena - Contributing Editor
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- Keep writing March 30, 2007
Reviewed by 'nish_the_dish'
Your articles are always different from the regular boring EDA postings. Don't let the critics get you down. At least you make it interesting and readable. Sometimes you have to go outside the EDA world and that is fantastic, after all EDA is a part of the wider world. That is also why I read your posting all the way to the end.
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- Back to the topic March 28, 2007
Reviewed by 'An avid reader'
When did the EDA Weekly Review become a travel log and anti-American soapbox? This article had zero value with respect to EDA and only served to project some inane blather regarding American policies and "shouldn't we be ashamed to be American" propaganda.
Peggy, please try to stick to something at least tangential to EDA. Perhaps you should consider submitting this type of pointless commentary to Miss Huffington's Blog or some other polictical venue.
Perhaps this is just symptomatic of EDA being as exciting as a Starbucks store opening.
- Sandeep March 26, 2007
Reviewed by 'Sandeep'
I read the article you wrote from Mexico City from my home office at Pune. I work in a company headquartered in San Jose, CA (not San Jose, Columbia) its India office is in Hyderabad, India. But I work remotely from home and am located in Pune, Maharashtra.
Three cheers to globalization.