•2010:Jun:22 • 1 Comment
Undoubtedly, one of the bigger benefits of going to grad school is the large amount of time that one can invest in constructive procrastination. As panamanian PhD Comics author Jorge Cham puts it:
So get out there and procrastinate. Procrastinate with purpose and with pride.
And this is exactly what I do when “I am suposed to be doing research”, I test Open Source/freeware mac applications compulsively until I find something that I like and I can make good use of Continue reading ‘DriveNet’s Mac App Picks: Favorite Open Source/Free Guitar Apps for the practicing musician (2010)’
•2010:Jan:16 • 23 Comments
•2009:Dec:14 • 2 Comments
Skatedra @ Panamá 2009 - NOFX!
In this first part of my review of the Skatedra @ Panama, I will briefly go over of the opening bands that I saw: La Mojiganga, Capitán Ponche y 2 Huevos y 1 Camino in spanglish. Yes in spanglish because the gringos already messed with my brain and I think I can use both languages at the same time to better capture the essence of what I wish to Continue reading ‘NOFX @ Skatedra, Panama – Part 1: The Opening Bands, A critique in Spanglish’
•2009:Sep:09 • Leave a Comment
Gambit and Rogue
Howdy geeks of the universe! I took some hot pictures from Dragon*con 2009, enjoy 8)
Please help out to complete the names of the superheroes (or super villains)
Continue reading ‘Dragon*con 2009′
•2009:May:19 • 3 Comments
Continuing with the second video of Drivenet’s Quasi-Suspense series, we proudly present a thrilling video that shows how a bottle of wine may or may not explode while trying to open it without a corkscrew. Enjoy! Continue reading ‘How to open a wine bottle without a corkscrew (and how it may explode)’