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Jeff Campagna

Citizen based in Panama City, Panama, Panama. Joined on Mar 14, 2013
Expertise in Drinks, Motorcyles, Science & space, Hunting & fishing, Travel



Voting for CBC's 'Short Film Face-Off' finals opens today Special

The Canada-wide short film contest, now in its sixth season, has whittled the competition down to its final three participating films and today, it's your turn to vote.

Op-Ed: A first look at America's new Distopian Party Special

Though it's not yet an official electoral third party, The Distopian Party, which officially launched today, has some decidedly weighty objectives.

Clever Indiegogo campaign hopes to buy Rob Ford's drug tape Special

Toronto - These days, $100,000 can buy someone a lot of things. Thanks to a cheeky new Indiegogo campaign, mayoral incrimination is now one of them.

10,000-year-old Mammoth skeleton unearthed in Mexico City

Mexico - An excavation process initiated last March by Mexico's National Institute for Anthropology and History is beginning to show some astonishing results.

New technology allows humans to control rats with their mind

A newly developed interface has made the first technologically-assisted, inter-species telepathy possible — allowing humans to control the movements of rats with only their thoughts.

Are undersea Internet cables too vulnerable?

Our dependence on the Internet grows daily. Should we be concerned about the apparent vulnerability of the undersea Internet cables that connect us?

American couple found dead in their Panama home

Panama City - An expatriate couple was found dead in their home in the mountain town of Boquete in the interior of Panama on Good Friday.

Re-engineering mosquitoes to save millions of people per year

Mosquitoes have killed more humans than any other creature, war or plague in history, but now, scientists are making impressive headway in the fight against the disease-carrying insect.

Google announces end of YouTube in April Fool's prank

In what could be the most threatening April Fool's prank of the year, popular video sharing site, YouTube, has declared it will go offline until 2023.

TED revokes license for TEDx West Hollywood conference

West Hollywood - TED, the nonprofit organization devoted to Ideas Worth Spreading, has revoked its prestigious TEDx licensing for a West Hollywood event to be held Sunday, April 14th.

Newly released personal letters show the softer side of Darwin

Over 1400 previously unread personal letters by the famous naturalist have been published by Cambridge University's Darwin Correspondence Project.

Review: New luxury rum 'Panamonte' to hit U.S. stores this summer Special

Panama City - Panamonte XXV Reserva Preciosa, a limited-run, 25-year-old Panamanian aguardiente taking the rum community by storm, will hit U.S. stores as early as June.

Disneyland guest stranded on ride is awarded $8,000 by judge

Anaheim - Jose Martinez, a paraplegic bound to a wheelchair, has been awarded $8000 from Disneyland after he was stranded on a theme park ride back in November of 2009.

Travel around the world in luxury for two years for $1.5 million

A new luxury travel package offers couples in the 1-percent a whirlwind tour of 962 UNESCO World Heritage Sites over the course of two years.

Worried about your funeral guest count? Rent a mourner

Heaven forbid one seems unpopular in death. British company Rent a Mourner is offering to discreetly cry at your funeral should you be worried about your guest count.

Op-Ed: Making The Argument For DeExtinction

As the conversation about deextinction heats up, many people are asking themselves if it's even possible, and if so, should mankind be 'playing God'.

Panama City landfill fire still raging after four days

Panama City - An aggressive fire broke out on Tuesday March 19 at Panama City's main landfill, Cerro Patacón, causing panic and major health and environmental concerns. The fire has yet to be extinguished.

Tilda Swinton is sleeping in a glass box at the MoMA

New York - During the month of March, actress Tilda Swinton will be sleeping in a glass box at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. But, is it really art?

Op-Ed: On the Pope's immunity from hate speech backlash

The 266th sovereign of The Vatican City State, Jorge Mario Bergogli, better known now as Pope Francis, seems to share more with his predecessors than just a peculiar Popemobile.

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