Changes . . .

Well I'm in this new "house" and jmaslibre ask me if I want this blog on the sl-centroamerica planet instead of my traditional blog. So If i'll be here the next months I want also this info in the planet. I need more activity and back to the days when I wrote post periodically (two or three per week). This blog obiously doesn't have the same pagerank and I'll lose visits because that. But It's a neccesary step to archieve my goals.

At University I'm far from the end of the road. But no so far as five years ago. The thesis it's getting form and I expect finish it in this month. In a undefined period of time I lost my geek spirit and don't know why. I'm not reading interesting things about Linux, Computer Science or General Science like one year ago, but I think this situation it's a consequence of my new compromises and my addiction to computer games :P.

In my personal life it's summer time (because the great weather). I have problems like all the people. But nothing that make me wish kick something (or someone).

What will happen later? nobody knows. If all goes right I'll be in another country in a master degree in Computer Science or Software Design . . . but actually it's more a dream than a fact.

So going back to the blog, the tematics will be the same:

  • Free Culture
  • Gentoo
  • Heavy Metal
  • Gentoo
  • Trolling
  • and . . . Gentoo

If you found mistakes in my spell, give me feed back please :D.

PD: This also it's a test for the new planet.

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3 Responses to "Changes . . ."

  • Unknown Unknown on Unknown Unknown

    Congratulations for win your private test.

    1 Chany said this (April 8, 2010 at 11:31 am)

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    Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/20100214 Ubuntu/9.10 (karmic) Firefox/3.5.9 GTB7.0

    and jmaslibre asked me — instead of ask me (past tense not infinitive)
    obviously — not obiously
    achieve — not archieve
    The thesis is getting form — instead of The thesis it’s (thesis is already the subject of the sentence, so there’s no need for the it pronoun)
    If everything goes right — not If All goes right

    I don’t know if you actually took English lessons, but I can tell your grammar and spelling are very good, now, there’s something else, how is your pronunciation ? Are you able to hold a spoken conversation with other parties ? This is important, since, for your Masters Degree reading/writing abilities are a must, but at the end of the Masters you need to give a dissertation and that’s 100% spoken activity.

    Anyway, you do have great English skills, keep it up dude !!

    2 Iveen Duarte said this (April 16, 2010 at 5:46 pm)

  • IceWeasel 3.5.6 IceWeasel 3.5.6 on Debian GNU/Linux Debian GNU/Linux
    Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686; en-US; rv: Gecko/20091216 Iceweasel/3.5.6 (like Firefox/3.5.6; Debian-3.5.6-2)

    @Iveen: I took lessons two or three years ago but the University consumed my entire life. My pronunciation is fine but I don’t have spoken conversations often :(. Anyway this blog is an interesting and fundamental experiment to learn and thanks for your feedback 😀

    3 admin said this (April 16, 2010 at 7:01 pm)


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