As usual, I’m not satisfied with stuff in my computer. For some reason there’s always something I feel could be better in my computer. A program that could be doing… Read more »
Some time ago I began using Google Reader to stay up-to-date with stuff. By stuff I mean blogs from friends, news from several sites, updates from scientific publications, lolcats/loldogs, and… Read more »
To begin with, I’d like to say that, after today, I respect Ian Gillan. A LOT. It’s a sad fact that he shouldn’t be touring with Deep Purple anymore. He… Read more »
It’s been such a long time since the last concert I went to I can’t even remember which one it was. This period ends today. In a few hours I’m… Read more »
MediaMonkey used to be my music player of choice for many reasons: it wasn’t hard on the CPU, it was easy to use, it could handle my music library with… Read more »
This is what’s left of my masters: a box full of samples. The picture above, which I took a few minutes ago, is from a box where I stored all… Read more »
Yesterday I received word about my PhD. My grant is going to last only for 3 years, which is a considerably short time for a PhD… but, considering that this… Read more »
At last something good – really good – happened. My project was granted! Now I do have something official about my PhD – it’s an absolute certainty now. Ever since… Read more »
Your priorities define the kind of person you are. Your methods define if you are good enough for them.
Very good things happened in 2008. But I’m not gonna miss that year. Not anytime soon. Anyway, Happy New Year.
Every year I write down here a short text about what happened during the year and try to draw some conclusions to help me move forward. 2008 was a particularly… Read more »
After almost three and a half years I finally decided to move out from Daniel’s place. It was about time. Quite frankly, it was actually past time I moved out…. Read more »
I defended my masters last friday. Everything was absolutely great. In fact I was quite worried because I had a sore throat since the day before, and so there was… Read more »
The last time I spoke to my dad was about ten days ago. He was getting better from his illness (he suffered from idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis, a disease that slowly… Read more »