Building a DIY foldable hobo stove

For some time I’ve been trying to build my own EDC (everyday carry) kit for different situations. One of the requirements is to be able to boil water (to cook or to clean water). For this I tried to build a small alcohol “can” stove, but although itself if light, I need to carry some […]


Sobre el TraceTogether Australiano, en SBS Radio

Hoy se ha publicado, en SBS Radio, cómo Marcia De Los Santos y yo hablamos respecto a la aplicación TraceTogether australiana para combatir el coronavirus conocido como COVID19.     En la entrevista realizada en la edición en Español de la australiana SBS Radio explico brevemente cómo funciona la aplicación y cómo se gestiona desde […]


Impermeabilizar Cerillas

Cuando vas al monte en invierno, corres el riesgo de quedar empapado de agua. Uno de los principales inconvenientes es el no poder hacer fuego porque tus herramientas quedan inservibles cuando se mojan. Una solución clásica es llevar encima cerillas/fósforos impermeables (a prueba de agua). Lo normal es que este tipo de cerillas sean caras […]


Tomate Frito en Australia

Pues sí, el tomate frito es una cosa tan española como Manolo Escobar. Y es algo que descubrí después de buscar, sin suerte, esta salsa de tomate que tanto nos gusta en el país de la paella. Mercadona, Orlando, Solís, Eroski, Dia, Carrefour… Por desgracia, nada de eso existe en Australia y ninguna de esas […]



My Alibaba Cloud Story

Last week, as part of being part of the Alibaba Cloud MVP family, I had the opportunity to enjoy  a phone interview with James Fitzgerald, a passionate of cloud computing San Franciscan who currently works as Global Cloud Training Specialist at Alibaba’s HQ in Hangzhou, totally a cloud “evangelist” as is said nowadays. After the chat, […]


Being an Alibaba Cloud MVP

What is the MVP Program? According to Alibaba Cloud (阿里云) website, the MVP program is “a program to reward community leaders that are devoted to helping others fully understand and use Alibaba Cloud technologies“. Anyone can apply to be MVP, the decision will come after evaluating every applicant under some criteria I’ll explain you in […]


Redes sociales: el mal necesario que casi nadie quiere abandonar, en SBS Radio

Hoy se ha publicado, en SBS Radio, cómo Carmenza Jimenez y yo hablamos respecto a la famosa polémica de Cambridge Analytica y de cómo intentar prevenir esto en el futuro. En la entrevista realizada en la edición en Español de la australiana SBS Radio explico brevemente cómo ha sucedido, aparte de hablar en general de […]



World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity: A Second Notice

Twenty-five years ago, the Union of Concerned Scientists and more than 1700 independent scientists, including the majority of living Nobel laureates in the sciences, penned the 1992 “World Scientists’ Warning to Humanity” (see supplemental file S1). These concerned professionals called on humankind to curtail environmental destruction and cautioned that “a great change in our stewardship […]





Toy, Yello’s last album

My impression of the new album, Toy     The await was long, but finally arrived. The new album of Yello, Toy, is impressive, exceeding my personal expectations about an album of this kind of music that is released nowadays.     By far, my favourite song is Frautonium, and it’s because it uses a […]


Bridge to Brisbane 2016

Like every year (since 2015) we participated in the Bridge to Brisbane fundraising race. We took the 5 km option, easy. Here are some photos and videos of the achievement! =P