Archive for June, 2013

 EDGE Rocks!
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  Posted June 22nd, 2013 by Zdenko  in Edmonton | No comments yet.

Technical event review

By: Zdenko Kahlina

Technical EDGE Conference & Technology Expo
Just like many times before during my professional IT carrier, I was once again attending the Information Technology (IT) conference. The conference was organized by IT giant IBM and was this year called ‘IBM Edge’. IBM acronym stands for International Business Machines.

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 The Best-kept Secrets in Croatia
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  Posted June 16th, 2013 by Zdenko  in Travel | No comments yet.

Traveling Croatia

Source: CN Traveler

Guide to the best-kept secrets in Croatia
In the past decade Croatia has gone from being the quieter, more-affordable alternative to Italy, to a top summer destination for the super-yacht set. So take a tip from James Stewart and head for one of these lesser-visited corners of the Dalmatian Coast out of season, when the days are warm, and the beaches and vine-covered hillsides are blissfully crowd-free.

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 Sitting on Cipollini’s Wheel
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  Posted June 12th, 2013 by Zdenko  in Cycling | No comments yet.

Top rides

Source: PEZ Cyclingnews, Words and pics by Kelly Servinski

Cycling Training in Italy with Cipollini!
Almost one year ago to the day, PEZ fan Kelly from Canada was on holiday in Italy when he had the ultimate experience – a run in ride with cycling hero Super Mario. Here’s his tale.

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 Babici Jota-Moreno
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  Posted June 8th, 2013 by Zdenko  in Cycling | 5 comments

Bike Review

By: Zdenko Kahlina

First Babici Jota-Moreno bike gets into Canada
Although I always take bike with me when traveling, on my last trip to Australia I left my Marinoni race bike at home, so that I can save some money I would normally pay for air transport (these days this can be significant amount of money!).

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 Real Havana
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  Posted June 4th, 2013 by Zdenko  in Travel | No comments yet.

Traveling Cuba

By Mateo Radford

An alumnus shows us an insider’s view of the Cuban capital
The Malecón is the magnet. For Cubans of all ages, shapes and sizes, this cement promenade in downtown Havana serves not only as a seawall against the pounding surf, but as a place to congregate and ponder the quixotic realities of modern Cuba.

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