This year the International Book Fair (FIL) Guadalajara 2014 had two very memorable talks, Jose Mujica President of the Republica Oriental del Uruguay (Western Republic of Uruguay) was invited to receive the Lion’s Heart award at the University of Guadalajara.
President Mujica gave a speech at the award event and a sort of interview the following day, which was conducted by the well known Mexican broadcaster Ricardo Rocha Continue reading “Jose Mujica at Guadalajara’s FIL 2014”
I found this speech very touching and inspiring, this is something that has been changing little by little thru decades and years and no country can really tell they have ended the gender division. Continue reading “Emma Watson speech on Gender Equality”
Cyclists in Copenhagen (Denmark) by Justin Swan
I like biking. Well mostly commuting to work as I live around 6 minutes from where I work. I found this kind of interesting story about the bike culture in Europe. A nice video that took me into other stories about the city if Copenhagen. Continue reading “Copenhagen bike infrastructure”
I found this interesting videos produced by a founded Kickstarter from December 2013 called How Does it Grow?.
How Does it Grow? is a first-of-its-kind series that traces our food from the field to our fork.
This is just the first phase of a radical new food education project where we explore the journey of our produce that few of us really know about. Continue reading “How does it grow in California”
I read an interesting article at Forbes.com about Twitter’s vice president of trust and safety -Del Harvey- who’s task at Twitter is to decide what stays and what has to go from this network, she has to deal with the worst like: spam, harassment, child exploitation, porn, treats of murder and rape, and a world of un imaginable atrocities that that the human mind can create to hurt others. A titanic task don’t you think?. Continue reading “Del Harvey, Twitter’s Troll Patrol”