Grupo Prisa must have hoped that judge Garzón’s pre-election leaks to El país would help stave off financial doom–shares are down almost 90% on last year–but here’s someone else tapping a nail into its coffin. With traditional Spanish contempt for copyright, Urbanismo Patas Arriba is copy-pasting the latest revelations, principally from El país, although that may change. I suppose if he/she tagged the posts properly this might over the course of the next couple of years give us a hint (convictions, amounts embezzled) as to which of the PP and the PSOE is more corrupt.
- The secret life of Judge Garzón
Some doubts re the alleged assassination attempts.
- Spanish traditional theme park architecture
More traditional building for Colin Davies:
Real stone is expensive and makes it hard to plug holes and to plaster, so in Spain@Disney you stick (pre)machined chunks or carpet tile-type stuff onto the concrete prefab with glue.
Chorus: Cladding imitates but also improves on reality.
- Google Docs new editor rant
Latest Google ruse to get you to abandon the old, superior Docs editor: “Would you like to see this document in the latest version of the editor?” pops up every time you open a document. Q: how do you turn off the helpful hint?
Continue down that path and you lose all your freuking revision …
- Fusion chefs and foreign languages
From the Baltimore Business Journal (Trevor’s strong):Dancing shoes required for Charleston Group’s Pazo
Following months of anticipation and delays, Charleston Group restaurateurs Cindy Wolf and Tony Foreman have announced the details for their latest venture, Pazo, which will debut in November.
Pazo — which means “noble house” in Catalan — will offer Mediterranean cuisine from select