I reconnect again, after the long summer pause. Admittedly, I got a bit tired of social networks and all. My travels to Italy and my closeness to my mother during that time helped me see a nice perspective. I could … Continue reading →
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Of the nature of old school blogging is quaint and dated, podcasting may not be far behind. Ever since the start of a podcasting project interrupted by a hurricane Antonio Vantaggiato and I have been hodgepodging a podcast series we call “The Puerto Rico Connection” (yes the play on the movie title was deliberate but […]
This here is a very personal blog post. So to start off, I’m about to graduate college in approximately two weeks. And one of the things that people keep on asking me is “What am I gonna do after I graduate?”. And to be honest I have no clue. Maybe I’ll go to New York … Continue reading The Very Personal Post →
A book review on Repubblica.it reminds me of a singular issue in the teaching & learning community: Studying, the road less traveled. In it, studying is compared to a sort of rebel passion. Studying is disappearing, writes Paola Mastrocola, author of the … Continue reading →
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Rarely, sometimes, I feel compelled to write down a film experience. And curate, together with the writing, videos and GIFs and links. The movie I watched yesterday–a three-hour-long session– is doing that. Not only, it reminded me deeply of the … Continue reading →
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Greetings fellow readers. Today I’m gonna explain something a little different. I’m pretty sure you, the reader, loves art. I mean who doesn’t but that’s not the point. Well if you’re a lover of classic art. You know the ones they try to teach you in school or college. I’m talking about Monet, Van Gogh, … Continue reading What is Google Culture →
That a defense of Facebook et al come from a blogger–a Cuban blogger– has some effects on me. I’m talking about Yoani Sánchez, the Cuban disruptive blogger who taught blogging while being persecuted by authorities. So I read with some … Continue reading →
The past 14th April Bernabé Soto organized and moderated a great opportunity to share on Education innovation: The Seminario Virtual de Innovación Educativa, an online videoconference with a few friends and students as speakers (including myself). Below is the full … Continue reading →
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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 →