Autotel

year_2015

After facing frustration while working with two.js; pixi.js seems promessing. This is just a little example in which you can control the bunny with your arrow keys.

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From solenoids to fun

Dangers and thoughts on the startup hype

Xiangqi-Chinese-chess” by Endrjuch
Suddenly these twelve guys got all equally dressed in a curious way, met in a grass field, and started running toward a spherical object while making the most impressive yet exotic tricks with the sphere, as I understood, hoping to pass it through one of the rectangular shaped arcs.

By Myrabella (Own work) [Public domain or CC0], via Wikimedia Commons

Worryingly there has been a trend towards centralizing software distribution as popularized by the Apple App store, that generates a phenomena of feudal fashioned software fiefs. This is how this kind of software distribution is a change that needs to be understood better by the consumers.

Centralized installations

The greatness of products such as the Apple ones is that suddenly, the users didn’t have to worry about issues that weren’t the direct interest of using their computers: where in windows, to get a functionality (a music player, for example), you would need to go to internet and search in the open internet for if any particular person or company has made a corresponding software, and is serving its download to make it available, and then install it.

doraemon cat, photo by mhiguera

I have been always intrigued our drive as mankind for science and the truth about the universe. Or maybe more than that, my interest appears each time that I read about theories on quantic or universe physics, and I can only understand scarcely what are them all about, offering me a moment of distraction in the middle of those elucubrations about the universe’s that are written there. First of all, and speaking about the research of “the all”; there is one of those realities that are so obvious, that seem trivial:

Misconceptions about approaching music learning

Joaquin piano 01

 

To be musician doesn’t mean what you think

A time ago, I made a research on how to enable anyone to play music. This idea was rooted on my own experience around musical learning experience; and I seized the context of my university degree project to think about it. It happened that at music classes in school, I always felt as someone musically handicapped. One of many people that then would have said “I am inborn unable”. But it also happened to me that in the same mindset that has someone who plays a videogame, I started to play with a software called Fruity Loops. I went out of school convinced that I didn’t have skills as musician

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