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August 09, 2005



Interesante el punto de vista que nos dejas por aqui, es realmente interesante y es una cosa que no conocia.


plugin that kubrick baby up! i've played around with the sidebar, css, single and index pages for the past week or so. ooh, and made a new header image. pretty cool and not too hard.

still making my way through plugins that will be functional and not get in the way of the experience. the one that i've found most likable so far is one that gets rid of the stupid smart quotes and replaces them with straight quotes.

polyglot conspiracy

Re: Albert's comment about wordpress sweetness: Yeah. My only thing is I suck at learning how to do things on my own, so I've stuck to the default template, which is, of course, lame by default. I want snazzzzzz.


polygot rocking the sweetness with wordpress. me and lady's foodie blog, powered by wordpress, is almost ready to be unveiled.

polyglot conspiracy

Don't trackbacks make it all worthwhile?

Weird that the Schlotzky's didn't have any computers - when I was in Austin (the town in Texas, not the blogger!) my sister and I discovered that the Schlotzky's there (at least the one downtown) was chock full of free computers with internet - like 5 imacs, just sittin' there like pretty maids all in a row. So I figured that's just what Schlotzky's was doing nowadays, since I hadn't been to one in years.

I sympathize with your "no public terminals" problem. I hate that. Also I hate that there's a paucity of water fountains, at least where I live. What is with this country we don't even have public WATER?! Whatevs.

However, this place DOES have a free PC with internet, if you can just get your hands on it in between the dozens of not-just-technohobos-but-actual-hobos (no offense intended) who are usually trying to use it.

Hey, I'm coming to Chicago in October.

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Books I Have Read Abroad

  • paulo Cuelho: el alquimista
    Another book everyone RAVES about, and I only enjoyed a little bit. However, this was my very first complete novel read in Spanish, and I'm pretty proud of that. (**)
  • Khaled Hosseini: the kite runner

    Khaled Hosseini: the kite runner
    I don't know why so many other travellers in South America are reading this, and love it so much. I thought it a bit contrived, and written at an overly dramatic level. (**)

  • Jon Lee Anderson: Che Guevara: A Revolutionary Life
    After reading this book, I respect Che for his conviction, as opposed to his actions, and can now intelligently argue my case with any college student or South America Fidelista. Oh, by the way, it was about 800 pages long, so it is a terrible idea to take it backpacking. (*****)


  • juanes - es por ti

    es por ti
    juanes: Mi Sangre

    es por TIIIII. blah blah blah blah corazon. (*****)

  • shakira - la tortura

    la tortura
    shakira: Fijacion Oral

    I dunno if this is playing in the states, cause it is in Spanish. Go download the VIDEO from somewhere, or shakira.com. You will see frightening pectoral isolation movements. Go go Alejandro Sanz, we all wish we were you. (*****)


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    Bolivian President Carlos Mesa announces his resignation, in a move that would either polarize or save an already divided nation of Bolivia.

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