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  


‘Quixote & México’ vs ‘Quijote & Méjico’

Navegando por Internet he encontrado algunos interesantes debates sobre la pronunciación de la x en el español, donde sobresalen términos como ‘Don Quixote‘ o ‘México‘, los cuales se deben pronunciar como si tuviese una J, esto es, como ‘Don Quijote‘ o ‘Méjico‘. Aunque aquí tenemos la primera diferencia porque, en escritos contemporáneos, encontramos ‘Don Quijote‘ […]


The Bechdel-Wallace test

  The rules now known as the Bechdel-Wallace test first appeared in 1985 in Alison Bechdel’s comic strip Dykes To Watch Out For. In a strip titled “The Rule“, two women, who resemble the future characters Mo and Ginger, discuss seeing a film and the black woman explains that she only goes to a movie […]



El sistema anti-fraude de PayPal ‘defrauda’

No escribo esto para animarte a dejar de usar PayPal ya que, en mi caso, me parece un buen sistema de pago online y seguiré usándolo. Escribo esto para alertar de una práctica bastante “poco ética” y muy repetida por dicha empresa. Todo empezó cuando transferí $3500 a mi cuenta de PayPal el 30/11/14. Craso […]


MAC Spoofing Your Way to Free Internet

This article will help you gain free access to pay-for-use wireless hotspots such as in the airport or the local coffee shops. Many articles I have read on how to gain free Internet access deal with creating ssh tunnels and concatenating characters onto the URL to bypass the router. However, I will be detailing a […]



Russell’s teapot (Bertrand Russell, 1952)

Many orthodox people speak as though it were the business of sceptics to disprove received dogmas rather than of dogmatists to prove them. This is, of course, a mistake. If I were to suggest that between the Earth and Mars there is a china teapot revolving about the sun in an elliptical orbit, nobody would […]