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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 Read the rest of this entry »
Solved: a Snow Leopard bug that blocks Gmail, Yahoo Mail and Hotmail when activating Parental Controls
Snow Leopard is great… Maybe not. It has a few weird and annoying bugs and drawbacks that really hurt its functionality. There are graphic glitches on my macbook (2007) when running Plex and XBMC, the creepy data loss bug,and no parallels 2.5 free upgrade support, just to mention Read the rest of this entry »
In this brief review of Skatedra 2010 @ 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 I chose 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 Read the rest of this entry »
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!
There are lots of sound details, so pump that volume up for a better experience =)