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FrostWire #4 en Download.com para el 2007

Monday, December 31st, 2007

Entre las descargas mas populares de este 2007 en download.com, nos colocan en el numero 4!!!

Tambien nos mencionan en un post muy gracioso en el reconocido blog Mashable

Update

Acabamos de enterarnos que la semana pasada entramos al top 10 de la semana en Download.com con 261,246 descargas

Update 2
Gracias a Huguito, nos enteramos que tambien escribieron en Download Squad. Haciendo mucha bulla ultimamente, no se si eso me gusta mucho, no quiero que los mafiosos disqueros miren mucho a frostwire.

Opinion de Napoleon sobre Religion

Saturday, December 29th, 2007

“La Religion es lo que evita que el pobre asesine al rico”

Napoleon Bonaparte

Que coincidencia que la gran mayoria de los grandes hombres de la historia eran Ateos, o sus alusiones a “Dios” no son al mismo concepto de “Dios” que tiene la gran masa de gente.

A las personas que aun creen en “Dios”, pero que tienen una mentalidad un poco abierta como para buscar algo de verdad y no dejar que la autoridad sea la verdad, les recomiendo ver este documental, trata sobre el mito del cristianismo, y quienes controlan verdaderamente el mundo por medio de religion, redes bancarias y guerras.

Enlaces

Google Video: Zeitgeist (completa con subtitulos en espanol)

YouTube: Amero, la nueva moneda para USA, Canada y Mexico (Quizas el por que del actual desprestigio del dolar americano, primero vendra el Amero, luego la union del Euro y el Amero, luego una moneda mundial… un gobierno mundial?)

Super High Me

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

Teaser for Doug Benson’s super anticipated documentary Super High Me, a documentary where he smokes pot for 30 days and then doesn’t for 30 days.

Of Why Chavez wanted to loose the referendum

Thursday, December 27th, 2007

Here’s my humble conspiracy theory of why it was in Chavez’s best interests to loose the referendum.

Weeks ago I heard that when Iraq announced that they’d be selling their oil in a currency different than the dollar, say, Euros, that was the trigger for the Bush administration to link 911 with them and conquer Iraq. Its evident the power of the US comes from having the green ones all over the place, but in 2007 we’ve seen how things are turning towards the euro, and there’s a lot of bad mouthing on the dollar.

Chavez’s is a good buddy of Iran’s President, both of them are outspoken critics of the Bush Administration, and not long ago Iran and Venezuela went to the OPEC (OPEP en espanol) and proposed selling oil in a “Currency Basket”, because they said they were at loose taking the worthless greens. (I’m not sure if they went and said this after US Intelligence discarded the whole weapons of mass destruction in Iran, which is also how they got in Iraq, and they found nothing… some say a war against Iran is just a matter of when, that its already been decided.)

What does Oil, Iran, Dollars, Euros and the US have to do with the referendum?

Everything!, if you take a look at Hugo Chavez behavior prior the referendum on the international media, this guy has been as loud mouthed as he’s ever been, he went to a summit and started calling names, got yelled by the king (to his luck, the bastard, who knows if he paid the king to do so…[now you must be thinking I have a very dirty mind]), then he cuts relationships with spain, then he gets in the way between Colombia’s government and the Guerilla, and insults president Uribe.

Now add this other big detail to the equation, he opens the “Bank of the South” in Caracas, with like 7 billion dollars, hmmmmmmmm….

Then he proposes the craziest constitution changes, he does this illegally raising brows all over the world, and pretty much looking like a dictator by asking for unlimited re-election and other non-democratic laws.

So he does what he wants at this point, get the world to look at him on election day, he will of course loose, but since everyone thinks he’s a dictator, everyone expects him to fix the elections and become the evil one, instead he makes the results to be just a little above 50% against him (to not look like such a loose), but instead the unthinkable happens, he does loose and he accepts his defeat as a “true democrat”, therefore, nothing really changes, he’s still in absolute power, he’s still making oil money at $100/barrel, and he gains 2 things:

– Calm and “hope” by the opposition, the “tense” environment goes away, and a lot of people will wait till 2013 with a smile, not knowing the worst is yet to come.
– He can join Iran and say he will sell Oil in Euros instead of dollars sometime during 2008 or 2009 and the US can’t do jack to invade Venezuela since this guy is a “democrat” that accepted his defeat in the elections.

However, there’s one thing that I don’t yet understand, why the hell is he messing around with Colombia? What does he gain from Conflict with Colombia, does he want trouble with the US to then announce he won’t be selling oil to the US? is he ready to depend on his southern friends as oil customers? can Venezuela break off the US-oil-dollar tittie? I’d like to hear your opinions.

For the Chavistas, I will not accept any insulting comments, let’s keep the debate at a high level, with education, no cursing allowed.

It’d be awesome if you can add or modify this conspiracy theory, and if you think I’m absolutely wrong, please explain why in an intelligent and elegant manner.

Head tracking VR Demo

Sunday, December 23rd, 2007

The TV suddenly becomes a “window” to a 3D world to the person whose head is being tracked by the WIImote.
Very cool stuff.

Me entrevistaron en TuxInfo.com.ar

Friday, December 21st, 2007

Este mes aparece mi nombre y el de nuestro proyecto FrostWire, en la portada de la revista argentina TuxInfo. Nos hicieron una entrevista interesante. Pueden bajar la revista absolutamente graits en TuxInfo.com.ar

Here comes another bubble (Video)

Sunday, December 16th, 2007

Here_Comes_Another_Bubble_-_The_Richter_Scales
Uploaded by kingofdoper

Chavista en Ridiculo

Wednesday, December 12th, 2007

Excelente pregunta de parte de la reportera.

I bet you didn’t listen to Bob Marley like this! (listen to this playlist)

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

I’ve just found a music Jewel at MyBloop.com, its certainly helping me to relax while I code today. It’s a bunch of Bob Marley song covers played with the brazilian flavor of Bossanova and accompanied to the sweetest and sexiest voice of a woman.

Hit play to try it and come back If you like the album, it’s called Bossa n’ Marley,you can buy it here, totally worth the buy.

My favorite song was “I Shot the Sheriff”, what was yours?

Ripping my CDs is illegal? WTF!!!!

Tuesday, December 11th, 2007

From Recording Industry Vs People:

“In Atlantic v. Howell, a case against a pro se litigant in Arizona, the RIAA has filed a supplemental brief in support of its motion for summary judgment. The Court has given Mr. Howell until January 11th to respond, and has scheduled a hearing for January 24th at 2:00 P.M.

The RIAA’s brief makes the novel contention, contradicting its lawyers’ arguments at the Supreme Court in MGM v. Grokster, that making personal copies of songs from one’s CD onto one’s computer is an infringement.”

What the fuck? Sounds like sinking ship, people contradicting each other, trying to stay afloat.

The worst part is that they still make so many millions out of CD sales, and the paid online media (AmazonMp3, iTunes, eMusic, CDBaby and many others) is starting to pick up.

RIAA should embrace technological change and make the best out of it, not bash on their customers. Who plays a CD nowadays? Most youngsters want music and they want it now, and if they get it off a CD they will rip it and put it on their iPod, do you need a team of stanford masters to understand the reality of it?

My good teacher once told me:

“When it rains you see different type’s of people. Some wait until it stops raining, some run out before it rains even harder, some sell umbrellas”

Get with the program people, millions of people won’t be paying for music anytime soon, the same as people don’t pay for TV. If that model worked for TV, why can’t it work for the music industry?




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