Santa Maradona

Qué clase de semana ha sido ésta
↑ abr 29, 2011

New York Anime Festival


Mourinho: Sí, ya estamos eliminados. Algunas veces me da un poco de asco vivir en este mundo, pero es nuestro mundo. Josep Guardiola es un fantástico entrenador de fútbol pero ha ganado una Champions que a mi me daría vergüenza ganar con el escándalo de Stamford Bridge. Y este año, si la gana, será con el escándalo del Bernabéu.

Pepe no toca a Alves. Alves se retuerce igual.

The Upside of Useless Stuff “Consider for a moment a world without marketing hype. One in which there’s nothing you really desire beyond what you need to live. There’s nothing your kids want; they don’t bug you every time you’re in the supermarket. How hard would you work in such a world? What would motivate you to work harder?”

There is another you out there.

Si ET llama, que salimos, que por favor deje el mensaje. SETI cierra sus puertas por razones de presupuesto.

Why is the iPhone logging location?

The iPhone is not logging your location. Rather, it’s maintaining a database of Wi-Fi hotspots and cell towers around your current location, some of which may be located more than one hundred miles away from your iPhone, to help your iPhone rapidly and accurately calculate its location when requested.

Tim Hetherington, fotografo de guerra, murió en Libia.

Diary (2010) from Tim Hetherington on Vimeo.

Tina Fey en conversación con Eric Schmidt

Una nube sobre Austin, cumulonimbus incus.

13 Assassins

Acción Samurai según Takashi Miike
Our Choice will change the way we read books. And quite possibly change the world. In this interactive app, Al Gore surveys the causes of global warming and presents groundbreaking insights and solutions already under study and underway that can help stop the unfolding disaster of global warming.
50 personajes en SakuraCon
Pixels Hall Of Fame
Pixels Hall Of Fame
Busy day in Manhattan
NYC Photographer Jamie Beck

Begging Robot

Begging Robot from Douglas MacKrell on Vimeo.

Hacker Typer Escribe código como Hollywood manda.

There is something in the water

“Elijah Stommel enlisted students to punch the street addresses of about 200 of his ALS [Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis] patients into Google Earth. The distribution of cases that emerged on the computer-generated map of New England shocked him. In numbers far higher than national statistics predicted, his current and deceased patients’ homes were clustered around lakes and other bodies of water.”

Leyendo Bossypants, una biografía de Tina Fey.

Con gripa.

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