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From ancient Athens to chasing Santorini sunsets

Diving into the democracy womb in Athens, flying over the Cyclades, chasing the most beautiful sunset in Europe, watching airplanes over the black sand beach of Kamari… 622 more words

Far Far Away

Athens and Athanasios...Part 2

Athanasios is an editor/translator working on a book for a Korean War Vet. He is helping to write this mans’ memoir. To my understanding not many exisit and that this has been quite the process. 718 more words

Most Memorable Camp Songs

Through all the Saginaw generations, original songs were the glue that held the summer camp experiences together.  The only given at camp was that we sang incessantly.  3,596 more words


Balkans: Greece (Athens & Milos)

Greece bound! I boarded the 6pm bus and chose a good looking seat by the window only to figure out that seats were actually assigned. As one woman started getting angry, another refused to move, and another refused to even move her bag, I sought assistance from a girl my age. 1,845 more words

Migrations to Nutanix Enterprise Cloud Made Easy with Xtract for VMs & DBs

October 10, 2017 – At the Nutanix .NEXT 2017 conference (North America), Nutanix announced a tool that would simplify Virtual Machine (VM) and database migrations to a Nutanix private cloud. 363 more words


Athens: Acropolis & Museum, Anafiotika

One goal of any tourist visiting Athens surely has to be a visit to the Acropolis. Even if history isn’t your thing, the views from such an elevated point demand attention. 677 more words