Well, it’s a new year. I’ve been watching a few Woody Allen films, lately (on the home screen), and I shot photos at some frames worth remembering. Thanks to subtitles, I got a scene’s context and dialog. I thought these … Continue reading →
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 →
Post I have a problem when an organization, a person or a company uses its Facebook page as its main digital identity device. First of all when I write an entity’s URL like this facebook.com/thisIsMe this tells that this is … Continue reading →
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The Puerto Rico Connection **the podcast** has just started up and we already have a few coincidences from the White House and the media. From Saturday Night Live these two segments show Washington’s renovated interest for Puerto Rico. Kate McKinnon … Continue reading →
Fascinating. If finding an existing God already proves difficult to many, imagine a nonexistent one! A whole theology built around a nonexistent god would then seem byzantine at the very least. “The world,” we read in the Gnostic Gospel of … Continue reading →
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It’s true and tested that publicity is at the core of many business practices. We accept that and, as a public with little to say on this, we passively watch TV shows which have disgracefully increased both the quantity and … Continue reading →
I do not want to write down here the Quran’s quotes on the Paris terrorists’ rationale. But there they are, well styled and well quoted, just like a good scholar would do. But this is not a war of religion. … Continue reading →
Thus is written on Volume 16 on Shelf 2 of Wall 2 (of a numbered Hexagon), at page 115 (of 410 —all volumes have equal length). And thus is written there and has always been written since the beginning of time. … Continue reading →
In this TED video, Jim Holt, philosopher and author of the book “Why Does The World Exist?“, which I read and loved, says that the God solution to the title riddle is a bit unsatisfactory. Thus, he proposes an intriguingly … Continue reading →
On A Catholic Case Against MOOCs by Jonathan Malesic (Chronicle of Higher Education, September 16, 2013). The continuing discussion pro and against MOOCs produced (one year ago) a piece like this, where the case was made of a beneficial disconnect … Continue reading →
Nadie conoce cómo o cuándo utilizar las misteriosas comillas. Quote-unquote, a well-guarded secret. Pronto, un seminario de mejoramiento profesional sobre el tema “Las comillas”, un misterio “?”.