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Intel Is Stockpiling Legacy Technology For Security Research

James Rundle writes via the Wall Street Journal: A few years ago, executives at Intel began to realize they had a problem. The company was making dozens of new products each year, from chips to software platforms, but it didn't have a formal method for cataloging and storing older technology so engineers could test it for security flaws. [...] Intel's answer to this conundrum was to create a warehouse and laboratory in Costa Rica, where the company already had a research-and-development lab, to ...
Tags: Ebay, Tech, Intel, Costa Rica, Wall Street Journal, Security Research, Santa Clara Calif, James Rundle, Mohsen Fazlian, Fazlian


Hit-Monkey Composer Daniel Rojas On Music Themes, Industry Trends, And La La Land [Interview]

These past few years have been tremendously busy for rapidly rising composer Daniel Rojas.Between Netflix's "Kipo and the Age of Wonderbeasts" and the Hulu/Marvel one-two punch of "M.O.D.O.K." and "Hit-Monkey," Rojas has made the transition from commercials and short films to major feature films (he contributed to the soundtrack of 2015's Brie Larson-starring "Room," 2016's "Money Monster" and the Alexander Payne film "Downsizing" in 2017) and name-brand shows look impossibly easy. That's not to...
Tags: Japan, Hollywood, Television, Movies, News, La, Disney, Netflix, Tokyo, John Legend, Hulu, Costa Rica, Indiana Jones, Nickelodeon, James, Alan Silvestri


UK: Post-COP26: Scotland In Talks To Join Beyond Oil And Gas Alliance (BOGA) - Marks & Clerk

I previously discussed how the governments of Denmark and Costa Rica are spearheading the Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance which aims to fix a date to phase out fossil fuel production effectively, setting a hard deadline for the energy transition.
Tags: UK, News, Scotland, Denmark, Costa Rica, Beyond Oil and Gas Alliance


The Geek in Review Ep. 138 – Cultivating and Retaining the Next Generation of Legal Talent

With Thanksgiving falling on a Thursday this year… wait, I’m being told that it does that every year… we decided to release a panel discussion that Greg moderated with the General Counsel from McDonald’s, Fannie Mae, Western Union, and Tyson Foods. The discussion ranges from where these GCs are expanding their search for talent, to truly increasing diversity both in their outside law firms as well as looking at their own diversity ranks, to retaining talent by improving the overall structure of ...
Tags: Podcast, Law, Washington, Uncategorized, Samsung, Recruiting, Chicago, United States, Arkansas, House, Talent, Terry, Costa Rica, Denver, ESG, General Counsel


'Vulture bees' have quit pollen to feed their babies rotting meat — a mystery to scientists

Vulture bees in Costa Rica dining on raw chicken bait.Quinn McFrederick/UCR "Vulture bees" have evolved to eat meat instead of relying on pollen like other bees. Scientists hung raw chicken in Costa Rica and watched vulture bees fill their leg pouches and stomachs with it. They found acid-producing microbes in the bees' guts. Acid helps vultures and hyenas digest carrion. A group of scientists biked around Costa Rica's tropical forests, hanging chunks of raw chicken from the trees, in...
Tags: Meat, Science, News, Trends, Gut Bacteria, Bees, Kenya, Costa Rica, Honey, French Guiana, UCR, University of California Riverside UCR, Morgan McFall Johnsen, Quinn McFrederick, Jessica Maccaro, Maccaro


The 5 Worst Things That Happened In Tiger King 2, Which We Watched So You Don't Have To

Netflix's "Tiger King" hit us all at our most vulnerable, trapped inside in the early days of the pandemic and looking for any kind of escape. The tawdry tale of Joe "Tiger King" Exotic and his nemesis, Carole Baskin, was full of trashy twists and colorful characters. It became a massive hit for the streaming network, though some critics and fans wondered about the moral implications of giving attention to such terrible people. Now, Netflix has dropped "Tiger King" season 2, which promises to di...
Tags: Television, Movies, Colorado, Usda, Indiana, Netflix, United States, Costa Rica, Jacksonville Florida, Lewis, Lowe, Phillips, Glover, Stark, Don Lewis, Baskin


Here are the top 10 places to retire according to International Living's Global Retirement Index 2016

1. Panama 2. Ecuador 3. Mexico 4. Costa Rica 5. Malaysia 6. Colombia 7. Thailand 8. Nicaragua 9. Spain 10. Portugal [Author: Panamapundit]
Tags: Business, Mexico, Spain, Colombia, Thailand, Malaysia, Portugal, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Costa Rica, Panama, Panamapundit


The Annual Reese Family Christmas Letter - 2019

Happy Holidays and Merry Christmas from the Reese family! I’m sorry to report that we weren’t able to achieve our goal of teaching our dogs to bark the notes of The Twelve Days of Christmas. I had this vision of how awesome it would be for the UPS guy to ring the doorbell and have our poodle and Great Dane serenade them with a Christmas song. Maybe next year. Here’s a little rundown of 2019 at the Reese household: Kylee is a sophomore at Hurricane High. I don’t know what kind of ti...
Tags: Google, Utah, Monument Valley, Sport, UPS, Paul Mccartney, Mormon church, Happy Holidays, Jackson, Jack, Costa Rica, Mel, Vegas, Mona Lisa, Aerosmith, Hgtv


Travel to Costa Rica during Covid-19: What you need to know before you go

If you're planning to travel to Costa Rica, here's what you'll need to know and expect if you want to visit during the global coronavirus pandemic.
Tags: Cnn, Costa Rica


American Airlines is dropping 27 routes with New York taking the biggest hit - see the full list

Photo by CHANDAN KHANNA/AFP via Getty Images American Airlines is dropping 27 routes in 2022, 18 of which touch New York City airports. The move comes a week after the airline announced it was bolstering its Northeast Alliance with JetBlue Airways. The cuts also include completely dropping service to Ottawa, Canada, as well as ending some regional routes. American Airlines dropped 27 routes over the weekend as it continues to strategically shuffle its network.American Airlines is making m...
Tags: Travel, Transportation, Florida, New York, News, Boston, New York City, US, Trends, Georgia, Canada, Maine, Philadelphia, Michigan, Vancouver, Department Of Justice


US Men Beat Mexico 2-0 Again In World Cup Qualifier

The domination continued. The United States men’s national team earned its third win over rival Mexico in 2021, taking down El Tri 2-0 on Friday night in a crucial World Cup qualifier. Substitute Christian Pulisic, who just came back from a long injury layoff at club Chelsea, was the hero yet again against the neighbors to the south, scoring in the 74th minute. He was only on the pitch for five minutes before delivering with his second touch of the game, heading home from in front of goal off a...
Tags: Usa, News, Mexico, US, Sport, Canada, Soccer, United States, Chelsea, World Cup, Juventus, Jamaica, Honduras, Major League Soccer, Tickets, Costa Rica


It's now illegal for bosses to text workers after hours in Portugal, as the country attempts to attract digital nomads with new labor laws

Digital nomad works in Myanmar. EyesWideOpen/Getty Images It's now illegal for bosses to contact their employees after work hours in Portugal, AP reported. Employers must also pay WFH expenses such as increased electricity and internet bills. Portugal's ruling socialist party hopes the new labor laws will attract digital nomads. Portugal passed a batch of labor laws last week in an attempt to attract more digital nomads to the country, The Associated Press reported. The new prot...
Tags: Trends, Spain, Ap, Portugal, Myanmar, Associated Press, Costa Rica, Lisbon, MADEIRA, Merriam Webster, Labour and Social Security, Croatia Greece, David Kushner, Hannah Towey, Bermuda Antigua, Portugal Ana Mendes Godinho Portugal


A Costa Rican Botanical Garden Wedding With A Surprise Concert From The Groom

We’ve spent a considerable amount of time poring over these images from Ruffled Vendor Raw Shoots‘ of Charlie and Gabi’s Costa Rican botanical garden wedding with a boho chic spirit and ode to the outdoors. Not only are these lovebirds cute as can be, the setting at Else Kientzler is otherworldly. Surrounded over 2000 tropical… A Costa Rican Botanical Garden Wedding With A Surprise Concert From The Groom - Ruffled
Tags: Wedding, Costa Rica, Rainforest, Tropical, Gabi, Charlie, Boho Chic, Bohemian, Bohemian Chic, Bohemian Weddings, Rustic Chic, Costa Rican wedding, Raw Shoots, Else Kientzler, Tropical Wedding Venue


Nicaraguan Exiles Sink Roots in Costa Rica as Ortega Set for Re-Election

By Daina Beth SolomonUPALA, Costa Rica (Reuters) - Nicaraguans forced to flee across the country's southern border into Costa Rica expressed a mix...
Tags: Costa Rica, Ortega, Daina Beth, SolomonUPALA Costa Rica Reuters


Covid vaccine to be mandatory for children in Costa Rica

The country becomes the first in the world to mandate vaccinations for those aged five to 11.
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USA Names Squad For Key World Cup Qualifiers

U.S. Men’s National Team head coach Gregg Berhalter has called 25 players to Cincinnati as 2022 FIFA World Cup Qualifying nears the halfway point With the USMNT holding second place in the standings after six matches, all eyes are focused on USA-Mexico, presented by Allstate, at TQL Stadium in Cincinnati on Friday, Nov. 12 (9 p.m. ET; ESPN2, Univision and TUDN). Four days later, the USMNT will face Jamaica at Independence Park in Kingston on Tuesday, Nov. 16 (Paramount+ and Universo). “Our focu...
Tags: Usa, News, Mexico, US, Sport, Canada, Soccer, Manchester City, World Cup, Jamaica, Kingston, Honduras, Major League Soccer, Tickets, Costa Rica, USMNT


US and 19 Other Countries Agree To Stop Funding Fossil Fuel Projects Abroad

An anonymous reader quotes a report from Gizmodo, written by climate reporter Brian Kahn: In a major announcement at United Nations climate talks on Thursday, 20 countries said they would stop funding fossil fuel development abroad and instead plow money into clean energy. The group of countries includes finance heavy-hitters like the U.S., UK, and Canada as well as smaller players like Mali and Costa Rica. An analysis by Oil Change International indicates that the 20 countries plus four other i...
Tags: UK, China, US, Tech, G20, Canada, United Nations, Mali, Gizmodo, Costa Rica, Japan Korea, Oil Change International, Brian Kahn, Laurie van der Burg


How To Start Training to Be a Yoga Instructor

Yoga continues to be one of the most common forms of exercise in the world. Millions of people continue to take yoga classes on a daily basis it is a great way to calm your mind while also getting in a good workout. There are many forms of yoga taught all over the world and the exercise program is only getting more popular. Today, yoga is considered to have many benefits including helping with pain relief, reducing stress, and building lean muscles mass. For those that love yoga and wan...
Tags: Fashion, Education, Fitness, Yoga, Exercise, Exercises, Costa Rica, Health & Fitness, Certification, Massage Therapy, Yoga Instructor, Yoga At Home, Teach Yoga, Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy While, Costa Rica School of Massage Therapy


Costa Rican Presidential Race Led by Ex-Leader, but Wide Open -Poll

SAN JOSE (Reuters) - A former president of Costa Rica leads the Central American country's presidential race, but he has only modest support and...
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Twenty countries pledge end to finance for overseas fossil fuel projects

UK among countries at Cop26 vowing to divert funds to low-carbon energy from 2022Cop26 – live coverageMore than 20 countries and financial institutions will halt all financing for fossil fuel development overseas and divert the spending to green energy instead from next year.The move marks a significant boost for the transition to clean fuels. The countries affected include the US, UK, Denmark and some developing countries that would receive such finance, including Costa Rica. The European Inves...
Tags: Energy, UK, Environment, Oil, Renewable Energy, UK News, Oil and gas companies, US news, Gas, Fossil Fuels, Greenhouse Gas Emissions, Global climate talks, Global development, Denmark, Costa Rica, Fossil fuel divestment


Latin American countries join reserves to create vast marine protected area

‘Mega-MPA’ in Pacific will link waters of Ecuador, Colombia, Panama and Costa Rica to protect migratory turtles, whales and sharks from fishing fleetsFour Pacific-facing Latin American nations have committed to joining their marine reserves to form one interconnected area, creating one of the world’s richest pockets of ocean biodiversity.Panama, Ecuador, Colombia and Costa Rica announced on Tuesday the creation of the Eastern Tropical Pacific Marine Corridor (CMAR) initiative, which would both j...
Tags: Food, Business, Animals, Environment, Americas, World news, Fish, Colombia, Wildlife, Conservation, Marine Life, Fishing, Ecuador, Pacific, Costa Rica, Panama


Central & South America: COVID travel restrictions

Central & South America COVID-19 Flight Restrictions Argentina Nov. 2, 2021 All data shown below is for vaccinated U.S. passengers travelling from the U.S. (14-day clean travel history). For all other mission scenarios, contact Universal Trip Support. Ask your Universal Trip Support team for a Feasibility Guide to get detailed intelligence for your destination of interest. General Restrictions – All US Pax / Aircraft General Restrictions – Vaccinated Fully Vaccinated allowe...
Tags: US, Chile, Brazil, Argentina, Peru, Aviation, Venezuela, South America, Uruguay, El Salvador, Nicaragua, Ecuador, Guatemala, Costa Rica, Panama, Guyana


Jeremy Jones: Passion for Protecting Winter

Growing up on Cape Cod, it may seem unusual that young Jeremy Jones gravitated towards sliding on snow. But family ski outings led to his passion for snowboarding. Today, Jones is one of the world’s most well-known names in big mountain snowboarding.     But as he saw his season shortened and glaciers receding, he decided to fight back. He started Protect Our Winters in 2007, uniting skiers and snowboarders in the fight against climate change. Today, POW has become a driving force for sys...
Tags: Utah, Congress, California, Youtube, Washington, Senate, Sport, Alaska, Skiing, House, Tony Hawk, Jeremy, Park City, Lake Tahoe, Donna Carpenter, Costa Rica


How a new platform is helping leaders in sustainable tourism build strong partnerships

Insider Collaboration is the driving force behind The Sigmund Project. Courtesy of The Sigmund Project. The not-for-profit The Sigmund Project connects sustainability-focused innovators in tourism. Entrepreneurs and leaders can submit ideas or peruse projects to find an apt partnership. The site is already facilitating successful collaborations and aims to issue grants by mid-2022. This article is part of a series called "Partners for a Sustainable Future," profiling innovativ...
Tags: Germany, Toronto, Trends, Uganda, Canada, United Nations, Switzerland, Un, Solomon Islands, Costa Rica, NGO, Ontario, Nyu, Elizabeth, Mohamed, World Travel Tourism Council


Earthshot Prize: Costa Rica wins £1m from William's Earthshot prize

Two friends growing coral and the country of Costa Rica are among five winners receiving £1m each.
Tags: News, William, Costa Rica


Winners of Prince William's £1 million Earthshot environmental prize announced

The inaugural winners of Prince William's Earthshot Prize include the country of Costa Rica, an Indian organization that creates fuel from agricultural waste and a coral farming group in the Bahamas.
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Earthshot Prize: Costa Rica wins £1m from William's Earthshot prize

Two friends growing coral and the country of Costa Rice are among five winners receiving £1m each.
Tags: News, William, Costa Rica, Costa Rice


Costa Rica: New Digital Nomad Visa - Fakhoury Global Immigration

A new visa for ‘digital nomads' will be available to remote workers who can obtain a permit for up to one year, which would be extendable for an additional year.
Tags: News, Costa Rica, New Digital Nomad Visa Fakhoury Global Immigration


Weah, Dest revive US World Cup hopes, Mexico stay top

Los Angeles (AFP) – Timothy Weah set up the winner as the United States came from behind to defeat Costa Rica 2-1 and reignite their 2022 World Cup qualifying campaign on Wednesday. Weah, who plays for French champions Lille, was drafted into the US starting line-up shortly before kick-off after D.C. United’s Chris Arriola suffered an injury in the warm-up. The 21-year-old son of Liberian football icon George Weah was instrumental in the winning US goal, picking up a pass from Barcelona wingbac...
Tags: Mexico, US, Toronto, Los Angeles, Sport, Barcelona, Canada, Soccer, United States, Bayern Munich, Lille, Jamaica, El Salvador, Honduras, Costa Rica, Panama


U.S. men's national soccer team erases early deficit, beats Costa Rica in World Cup qualifying

The USMNT came back after an early goal for a critical World Cup qualifying win against Costa Rica in Columbus on Wednesday.       [Author: The Columbus Dispatch]
Tags: News, Costa Rica, Columbus, Columbus Dispatch, The Columbus Dispatch