En las prósimas tres semanas se van a producir reportajes audio. Primero, deberán grabar entrevistas con cinco estudiantes. Asegúrense pedir…
I love languages and and here I want to talk a bit about how huge and weird can be the world of languages, also in the sense that it has produced really strange stuff. I stumbled into the Abkhasian language (spoken … Continue reading →
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#createopenweb is not a simple slogan. In the aftermath of the Facebook scandal it is all the more important to emphasize that “platforms” like Facebook take out of people the wish to create works that live on the Web. Instead, … Continue reading →
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Now here’s a small mini personal post about one of my favorite bands. This particular band are The Killers. The band has been playing since 2001 right the Las Vegas Nevada. Now this isn’t a history lesson about the band itself, it’s more of a description as to why I love and enjoy the band. … Continue reading The Killers →
So this semester I’ve been taking a video-journalism class and this right here is one if the tests that we’ve conducted. To go more in depth, I used my classmate Hector Pagan who happens to be one of my closest friends. He studies physical science or to the untrained “personal training”. Here he explains as … Continue reading Physical Science →
Instead of/ in parallel with #deletefacebook, how about #createonopenweb? Promote activities that are not “alternatives to Facebook” but contributions to the open web? @jimgroom@cogdog @mizuko @davewiner @timbe — (((Howard Rheingold))) (@hrheingold) March 26, 2018 Share photos, audio, video (open licensed) … Sigue leyendo →
Here we have a rather intricate set of interviews I’ve conducted on a few students on my universities campus. I talk to them about what kind of music they listened to back in 2009 where most of us were starting out our “Emo Phase”. So if you’re interested, take a gander and listen to … Continue reading “It’s not a Phase Mom!” →
In this post you can hear my recent interviews about Drag, and the reality tv show Rupaul’s drag race. Three individuals gave their most honest opinion on a topic they might or might not know anything about. This was done with the intention to see if people know about the artistic phenomenon known as drag … Continue reading The form of art known as Drag →
Sometimes (often, really) we find little gems of text within an already great work of literature. I stumbled in this terrific segment by Writer Gianfranco Garofiglio: Le cose non esistono se non abbiamo le parole per chiamarle. Things do … Continue reading →
Now that Alan and friends (see bottom of post…) are very busy in Guadalajara doing murals and tacos and working breathlessly with the faculty at UdG, I think I can really take the chance to publish our latest (fourth) episode … Continue reading →
Clarissa “Clary” Fray is the titular character in the first installment of the mortal instruments. She is a teenage girl who just turned fifteen years old, and soon discovers that the normal world she knew is anything but. Through her ventures she discovers a myriad of things from her actual heritage that explains how she … Continue reading →
This blog will be dedicated to detailing the differences between the shadowhunters series, and the books from which the show was adapted from. I shall showcase visual differences between the characters and actors, point out the discrepancies in the show writing and where they deviated from the original content. Albeit, I shall also be praising … Continue reading Introduction →