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Harry and Nuni

By Harry Burrus Nuni in Swahili (mountain dialect) means Golden Star—well, almost. Not the patois of our Picachos hills. A light golden color, as if aged in ex-bourbon casks, covers her back and sides. Her chest and the inside of her legs are a Dairy Queen creamy white. She’s a young, vibrant three and a [...]

The Computer Corner


Web Browsers Around the World Exist Thanks to Google’s Chromium By Charles Miller Last week in this column, I praised Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company, for deciding to share its Chromium web browser program for the benefit of Internet users worldwide. This week, let’s take a look at some of the web browsers around the [...]

Travel News

crystal Endeavor

By Judy Newell México News New Four Seasons in Los Cabos The new Four Seasons Resort Los Cabos at Costa Palmas is now accepting reservations for stays beginning November 1. The Los Cabos resort will be the only one of the company’s properties to have a private marina, and it will be located on a [...]

Introducing the New 5G


By Jayn Corral Have you heard about the new 5G? This is an incredible must-see, only available for a short time, and supply is extremely limited. Don’t miss your chance to make one or more your own. They are much more functional in pairs. The 5G was created in April 2019 and has been tested [...]

Travel News


By Judy Newell México News Cancun’s Newest All-Inclusive Adults-Only Resort Grand Sens Cancun will open in November 2019. Experience opulent romance on the north end of Cancun’s hotel zone, where powdery white sand meets the calmest Caribbean waters. It will feature a rooftop lounge, gourmet dining, outstanding entertainment, oceanfront infinity pool, and suites with private [...]

The Importance of Sterilizing Dogs and Cats


By Megan Gabel Facebook and Yahoo List posters often bemoan the fate of homeless street dogs and cats and ceaselessly try to find a way to save these abandoned animals and find them loving homes. What is often overlooked is the role of sterilization in this equation. The simple truth is that sterilization reduces the [...]

The Computer Corner


Chromium: Google’s Programming Code That Launched a Thousand Browsers By Charles Miller Google’s Chrome browser is now the most used web browser software in the world. Last week, I had some extremely critical things to say about the dishonest and deceitful marketing tactics Google employed to obtain that number one status. I want to balance [...]

SPA Pets of the Month – August 2019

REG SPA Tornado

By Megan Gabel and Jayn Corral Just five days remain to take advantage of the offer from anonymous donors to match all July donations to the SPA’s Pet Food Money Bank, up to a total of US$2,500. All money raised will be applied to the annual cost of feeding our resident animals, about 100 cats [...]

Google’s Road to Internet Dominance Utilized Questionable Tactics


By Charles Miller No fewer than five Atención readers sent me a reference to the same Washington Post article by Geoffrey A. Fowler entitled “Goodbye, Chrome: Google’s Web Browser Has Become Spy Software.” With a healthy dose of sarcasm I answered back, “What? You mean the biggest advertising company on the planet put malware into [...]

A Plea for Serinidad and Aluxe


By Jayn Corral All they want is a nice family, a quiet comfortable spot, some food and love. They aren’t asking for much, and don’t require any special care. They are unlikely to cause you any problems. Instead, they will give you much more in return. They just are not happy living with so many [...]

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