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09 Jun 09:31

¿Te quedas sopa en el metro o en el bus? La alarma de Google Now puede ser tu mejor amigo

by Jaime Novoa
Claudio Navarro Henriquez

Mis súplicas han sido escuchadas!

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Google Now tiene una nueva funcionalidad que puede resultar muy útil para aquellos que se quedan habitualmente dormidos en el metro o en el autobús, ya sea por causas naturales o por ir un poco contentos de más a altas horas de la madrugada. Se trata de una alarma que podemos configurar desde la propia app y que nos avisará cuando estemos llegando a nuestro destino.

Esta alarma la podemos configurar directamente desde la app de Now y funciona en base al tiempo, evitando así depender de la conexión de datos o GPS. Esto puede suponer una ventaja para aquellos tramos en los que la conexión es limitada, pero también se puede volver en nuestra cuenta si el tren o bus sufre algún retraso.

Esta funcionalidad no está todavía disponible para todos los usuarios de Google Now, aunque se espera que en los próximos días o semanas llegue a la mayoría de terminales Android. En teoría Now será capaz de detectar que estamos utilizando transporte público y mostrará una alarma al lado de las diferentes alternativas de transporte. Una función interesante para los trasnochadores y que es independiente de la alarma convencional que viene preinstalada en los terminales Android.

Vía | Xataka Móvil
Imagen | José Antonio Navas

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La noticia ¿Te quedas sopa en el metro o en el bus? La alarma de Google Now puede ser tu mejor amigo fue publicada originalmente en Genbeta por Jaime Novoa.


17 May 14:46

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Claudio Navarro Henriquez

What a way to start a Monday...

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13 May 03:42

Anon is God

Claudio Navarro Henriquez

I-I can't even... *mindfucked* xD

05 May 15:19

mucholderthen: Jacque Fresco, from Zeitgeist: Moving...





















mucholderthen:

Jacque Fresco, from Zeitgeist: Moving Forward 
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who is this brilliant man

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His name is Jacque Fresco. He’s a futurist and social engineer. He lectures his views on sustainable cities, energy efficiency, natural-resource management, and the role of science in society, while being entirely self-taught. 

He’s also the founder of the Venus Project, an organization that advocates a resource-based economy. The project combines Fresco’s versions of sustainable development, natural resource management, energy efficiency, and advanced automation in a global socioeconomic system based on social cooperation and scientific methodology.

As you can tell he’s a pretty badass dude.

16 Apr 17:41

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Claudio Navarro Henriquez

I can't stop laughing! xD

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22 Jan 11:11

Te llevaría 3 horas ver todas las pantallas de inicio de la NES

by Jimmy

Te llevaría aproximadamente 3 horas ver todas las pantallas de inicio de la NES, pero si quieres intentarlo, aquí tienes el vídeo. Seguro que alguna te trae algún recuerdo nostálgico, y a ver si alguno de los lectores se atreve a decir aquello de ‘se han olvidado del juego …‘ en los comentarios.

Vía: Kotaku

22 Jan 11:22

Resuelve crímenes increíbles en tu Android con Layton Brothers: Mistery Room

by David Pérez

Layton Brothers Mystery Room

El estudio desarrollador de videojuegos independiente Level-5 debe su fama, entre otros lanzamientos, a la saga de Profesor Layton: juegos de aventuras de misterio y puzzles que nos meten en la piel de un investigador de diferentes misterios que vio la luz por primera vez en Nintendo DS (para continuar con Nintendo 3DS).

Por suerte los títulos de la saga no se limitan a las plataformas portátiles de Nintendo, y desde el año pasado podemos disfrutar de una nueva entrega de la saga en nuestros dispositivos móviles, ya sean sistemas con Android o un dispositivo con iOS.

El juego del que hablamos hoy es Layton Brothers: Mistery Room, un juego que nos pondrá en la piel de la ayudante de un brillante detective de la unidad más prestigiosa de Scotland Yard y en el que tendremos que llevar ante la justicia a los asesinos que nadie más puede encontrar.

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Nosotros, en el juego, ocupamos el papel de Lucy Baker: una detective recién llegada a Scotland Yard y que es transferida a la Mistery Room, el hogar para los casos más complicados de resolver. Esta unidad esta comandada por Alfendi Layton, un detective considerado como un genio por conseguir resolver cada caso que se le ponga por delante. Como la joven e inexperta Lucy Baker tendremos que ayudar a resolver los casos que va recibiendo la Mistery Room, todo esto mientras la Lucy Baker actual va relatando la historia desde sus recuerdos.

Para resolver los crímenes podremos examinar la escena del crimen por nosotros mismos gracias a un aparato en la Mistery Room que nos permitirá ver todos los detalles. Una vez tengamos todos los testimonios y hayamos examinado la escena del crimen, podremos empezar a resolver las incógnitas que haya dejado el crimen a su paso con toda la información que tengamos. Y, por último y cuando sepamos con certeza la identidad del asesino, podremos someterle a un interrogatorio en el que demostrar que es el verdadero culpable.

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El juego cuenta con varios casos, siendo el primero y el segundo (junto al prólogo) gratuitos y estando hasta el noveno caso disponible por compras dentro de la aplicación. Los primeros casos son perfectos para habituarse a la dinámica del juego (y dejarnos con muchas ganas de más), mientras que el resto de casos nos sumergen en una historia mucho más profunda. Todo ello acompañados de la chispa que da la inexperiencia de Lucy Baker y el talante que Alfendi Layton utiliza.

Si te gustan las aventuras gráficas y los puzzles (en inglés), este juego te va a encantar: trae lo mejor de cada género concentrados en casos en los que tendremos que comernos la cabeza para contestar a las incógnitas y dar con el verdadero asesino. Si te gustan los capítulos que vienen gratis con el juego te recomiendo pagar los capítulos extra, valen mucho la pena y nos dan la oportunidad de disfrutar mucho más con este spin-off de la saga.

Aplicación en Google Play

El artículo Resuelve crímenes increíbles en tu Android con Layton Brothers: Mistery Room se publicó en El Androide Libre (El Blog Android de referencia. Aplicaciones, noticias, Juegos y smartphones Android Libres)








21 Jan 18:00

Joystiq Streams: The Banner Saga

by Jessica Conditt
Sure, we already have Game of Thrones, The Hobbit, The Lord of the Rings and countless other epic fantasies in which to get lost - but there's always room for more. There's especially always room for an epic, hand-painted, Viking fantasy RPG ...
20 Jan 20:00

142. TIMOTHY FERRISS: Someday

by Gav

142. TIMOTHY FERRISS: Someday

Timothy Ferriss is an author, entrepreneur, blogger and television host. He’s best known as the 4-Hour guru who helped pioneer the ‘lifestyle design’ movement. This quote is taken from Ferriss’ first book, The 4-Hour Workweek, which I read when I was in the middle of my career change and helped motivate me to eventually start this website. The book teaches people to rethink the outdated idea of working a 9-5 job and to use today’s technology to find the perfect work/life balance.

Ferriss recently debuted his new TV show, The Tim Ferriss Experiment, where he applies his life-hacking rules to a number of different disciplines.

I was fortunate enough to meet Tim and contribute some illustrations to his latest book, The 4-Hour Chef. Here’s a blog post I wrote about it with some behind-the-scenes sketches.

RELATED COMICS Chris Guillebeau: 11 Ways to be Average. Terence McKenna: Nature Loves Courage.

- Zen Pencils was named one of PCMag’s top 100 websites of 2013!
- Yay, it’s finally the first comic of 2014. It’s taken me longer than I had planned to update the site again, but I’m happy to say my holiday really energised me for the year to come and I’ve already got a couple months worth of ideas for comics that I can’t wait to start drawing. Thanks for your patience.

15 Jan 01:02

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Claudio Navarro Henriquez

This happened to me, just like that, on a restaurant in some hotel in Las Vegas! xD





















15 Jan 01:00

How to Sync Your Saved PC Games Between Computers with Dropbox

by Whitson Gordon

Wouldn't it be great if you could start playing a game on one computer, save it, then pick up where you left off on another computer? Here's how to sync all your game saves with Dropbox.

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15 Jan 15:20

Final Fantasy VI, uno de los mejores juegos de rol de la Historia llega a Android

by Adrian Raya

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¿Qué podemos decir de la saga Final Fantasy que no hayamos dicho ya? Se trata de una de las sagas de JRPGs mas famosas que existen, con cada una de sus entregas atrayendo a un gran número de aficionados. Pero pese a que todas ellas son importantes, hay algunas que ocupan un lugar mas importante en el corazón de los jugadores. Para algunos es la séptima entrega, para otros es la octava, para algunos la quinta y para otros la décima. Y luego está Final Fantasy VI.

Una historia que te marcará

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Antes que nada, un inciso; para el que escribe, Final Fantasy VI es uno de los mejores juegos de la historia, y el mejor de los FF. Razones, hay muchas, aunque tal vez sea la historia y el desarrollo de los personajes lo que realmente me conmovió. Nuestro viaje empieza en el nevado pueblo de Narshe, con una chica conocida simplemente como Terra que está siendo controlada por el Imperio en busca de seres mágicos llamados espers. Su amnesia y su pasado formarán parte integral del argumento, aunque lo mismo puede decirse de cualquier personaje que se una a nuestro grupo. Todos ellos tienen su propia historia, sus propios motivos para luchar y sus propios momentos importantes en la trama. De hecho, podría decirse que en FF VI no hay un protagonista claro, sino que todos los personajes lo son.

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Por tanto, este es un juego en el que vas a leer, y mucho, pero el guión está bien escrito y las relaciones entre los personajes están bien planteadas, así que en ningún momento es una molestia. Conforme avances en el juego vivirás escenas míticas, algunas que te romperán el corazón, y otras que te harán anhelar aún mas. La música del maestro Nobuo Uematsu es vital en este sentido, con uno de los mejores trabajos de su carrera.

Batallas al mas puro estilo Final Fantasy

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Jugablemente, Final Fantasy VI conserva la división entre la exploración de ciudades, el mundo, y las mazmorras; y el combate en sí. Este sigue usando el sistema ATB, que consiste en que cada personaje solo podrá actuar una vez que su barra personal se rellene (dependiendo de su velocidad); un sistema de combate por turnos que se camufla en el tiempo real. Esta versión para Android incluye un nuevo diseño de menús mas adecuado para pantallas táctiles, por lo que el control no debería suponer un problema.

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La diferencia entre los personajes también llega al combate, ya que cada uno cuenta con habilidades únicas que debemos tener en cuenta a la hora de crear nuestro grupo. Sin embargo, también podremos personalizarlos como queramos, asociándolos a espers que nos darán acceso a magias e invocaciones, o bien configurando las armas, armaduras y accesorios que llevarán.

Gráficos polémicos

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Tal vez el elemento mas polémico de Final Fantasy VI para Android sea su aspecto gráfico. El juego original fue lanzado en Super Nintendo, siendo uno de los títulos que mejor aprovechaba su potencia para mostrar gráficos muy detallados en 2D. Sin embargo, seguramente por motivos de resolución de pantalla, esta versión para Android no usa los gráficos originales, si bien hay que agradecer que sigan siendo en 2D y no en 3D como entregas anteriores. Si esto es apropiado o no deberá decidirlo cada aficionado, pero no cabe duda de que el juego no tiene tan buen aspecto como el original, algo extraño si pensamos en ello.

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Final Fantasy VI para Android es uno de los mejores juegos de rol al estilo japonés que vas a encontrar en cualquier catálogo. Su historia, su música y su sistema de batalla lo convirtieron en un clásico que ahora está disponible allá a donde vayamos.

Aplicación en Google Play

El artículo Final Fantasy VI, uno de los mejores juegos de rol de la Historia llega a Android se publicó en El Androide Libre (El Blog Android de referencia. Aplicaciones, noticias, Juegos y smartphones Android Libres)








30 Dec 17:30

The Stylish Way To Play Your NES

by Steve Marinconz

The Stylish Way To Play Your NES

Dave Nunez sure likes 3D printing stuff, and his latest project was no small undertaking. Inspired by his desk lamp and a pile of spare parts, he came up with the design for this 'NESPoise' system, and it sure is pretty.

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09 Sep 23:59

What Does It Mean to Be a Man? 80+ Quotes on Men & Manhood

by Brett & Kate McKay

When putting together our two paperback books, we sought to pepper the text in each with quotes about men and manhood. What we quickly discovered was that no comprehensive source for such quotes existed. You could find a few on general quote collection sites, a smattering on other websites, and some in books. But there was no repository that brought them all together. I finally decided to create such a collection myself, and below you will find the result.

When it comes to quotes about manhood, you could conceivably include ones that touch on the different qualities of manhood, i.e., quotes on courage, strength, resolution, etc. But what we have aimed to do here is to limit the collection to quotes that reference manhood itself. We hope you enjoy the quotes and perhaps find a few that will illuminate the meaning of manliness and encourage you to embody it.

Day16

“To have done no man a wrong…to walk and live, unseduced, within arm’s length of what is not your own, with nothing between your desire and its gratification but the invisible law of rectitude—this is to be a man.” Orison Swett Marden

“You have to be a man before you can be a gentleman.” –John Wayne (McLintock!)

Day11

“Because there is very little honor left in American life, there is a certain built-in tendency to destroy masculinity in American men.” Norman Mailer

“A male was transformed into a man by the willful expenditure of energy. Above all, a man willed himself to be expendable. Like the sun, a man fed the fire of his honor on his own substance. The magnus animus, the animus virilis, squandered itself in contempt of its own dear life.” Carlin A. Barton

Day24

“He understood well enough how a man with a choice between pride and responsibility will almost always choose pride—if responsibility robs him of his manhood.” –Stephen King

“There is a constantly reoccurring notion that real manhood is different from simple anatomical maleness, that it is not a natural condition that comes about spontaneously through biological maturation but rather is a precarious or artificial state that boys must win against powerful odds. This recurrent notion that manhood is problematic, a critical threshold that boys must pass through testing, is found at all levels of sociocultural development regardless of what other alternative roles are recognized.” David Gilmore

Day3

“A man’s ledger does not tell what he is, or what he is worth. Count what is in man, not what is on him, if you would know what he is worth—whether rich or poor.” –Henry Ward Beecher

“We do not admire the man of timid peace. We admire the man who embodies victorious effort; the man who never wrongs his neighbor, who is prompt to help a friend, but who has those virile qualities necessary to win in the stern strife of actual life.” –Theodore Roosevelt

Day17

“The major break in the understanding of manliness is not between, say, the nineteenth century and any particular preceding era but between my generation of Baby Boomers and the entire proceeding complex of teachings. In some ways, TR and Churchill have more in common with Homer and Shakespeare than they do with us.” –Waller Newell

“Contemporaries appreciate the man rather than the merit; but posterity will regard the merit rather than the man.” –Charles Caleb Colton

Day4

“It is not what he has, or even what he does which expresses the worth of a man, but what he is.” –Henri-Frédéric Amiel

“Relieved of moral pretense and stripped of folk costumes, the raw masculinity that all men know in their gut has to do with being good at being a man within a small, embattled gang of men struggling to survive.” –Jack Donovan

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“Who—only let him be a man and intent upon honor—is not eager for the honorable ordeal and prompt to assume perilous duties? To what energetic man is not idleness a punishment?” –Seneca

“Private and public life are subject to the same rules—truth and manliness are two qualities that will carry you through this world much better than policy or tact of expediency or other words that were devised to conceal a deviation from a straight line.” –Robert E. Lee

Day7

“Men have discovered their distinctive virtues and vices through grappling with the perennial dilemmas and demands of love, courage, pride, family, and country—the five paths whose proper ordering gives us the key to the secret of happiness for a man.” –Waller Newell

“It is of dangerous consequence to represent to man how near he is to the level of beasts, without showing him at the same time his greatness. It is likewise dangerous to let him see his greatness without his meanness. It is more dangerous yet to leave him ignorant of either; but very beneficial that he should be made sensible of both.” –Blaise Pascal

Day6

“The longer I live, the more I am certain that the great difference between men—between the feeble and the powerful, the great and the insignificant—is energy, invincible determination—a purpose once fixed, and then—death or victory! That quality will do anything that can be done in this world, and no talents, no circumstances, no opportunities, will make a two-legged creature a man without it.” –Sir Thomas Fowell Buxton

“We don’t need to reinvent manliness. We only need to will ourselves to wake up from the bad dream of the last few generations and reclaim it, in order to extend and enrich that tradition under the formidable demands of the present.” –Waller R. Newell

Day22

“The way of a superior man is three-fold: virtuous, he is free from anxieties; wise, he is free from perplexities; bold, he is free from fear.” –Confucius

“How poor, how rich, how abject, how august, how complicate, how wonderful is man! Distinguished link in being’s endless chain! Midway from nothing to the Deity! Dim miniature of greatness absolute! An heir of glory! A frail child of dust! Helpless immortal! Insect infinite! A worm! A God!” –Edward Young

Day31

“This is the test of your manhood: How much is there left in you after you have lost everything outside of yourself?” –Orison Swett Marden

“For the man who makes everything that leads to happiness, or near to it, to depend upon himself, and not upon other men … has adopted the very best plan for living happily. This is the man of moderation; this is the man of manly character and of wisdom.” –Plato

Day2

“Civilization comes at a cost of manliness. It comes at a cost of wildness, of risk, of strife. It comes at a cost of strength, of courage, of mastery. It comes at a cost of honor. Increased civilization exacts a toll of virility, forcing manliness into further redoubts of vicariousness and abstraction.” –Jack Donovan

“If unwilling to rise in the morning, say to thyself, ‘I awake to do the work of a man.’” –Marcus Aurelius

Day25

“Manhood is the defeat of childhood narcissism.” –David Gilmore

“What a man knows should find its expression in what he does. The value of superior knowledge is chiefly in that it leads to a performing manhood.” –Christian Nestell Bovee

Day28

“Strength, Courage, Mastery, and Honor are the alpha virtues of men all over the world. They are the fundamental virtues of men because without them, no ‘higher’ virtues can be entertained. You need to be alive to philosophize. You can add to these virtues and you can create rules and moral codes to govern them, but if you remove them from the equation altogether you aren’t just leaving behind the virtues that are specific to men, you are abandoning the virtues that make civilization possible.” –Jack Donovan

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“Manliness means perfect manhood, as womanliness implies perfect womanhood. Manliness is the character of a man as he ought to be, as he was meant to be.” –James Freeman Clarke

“The amiable is a duty most certainly, but must not be exercised at the expense of any of the virtues. He who seeks to do the amiable always, can only be successful at the frequent expense of his manhood.” –W.G. Simms

Day12

“Here is the manliness of manhood, that a man has a good reason for what he does, and has a will in doing it.” –Alexander MacLaren.

“…the samurai ethic is a political science of the heart, designed to control such discouragement and fatigue in order to avoid showing them to others. It was thought more important to look healthy than to be healthy, and more important to seem bold and daring than to be so. This view of morality, since it is physiologically based on the special vanity peculiar to men, is perhaps the supreme male view of morality.”
–Yukio Mishima

Day29

“What a piece of work is a man! How noble in reason! How infinite in faculties! In form and moving, how express and admirable! In action, how like an angel! In apprehension, how like a God.” –Shakespeare

“A man’s got to have a code, a creed to live by, no matter his job.” –John Wayne

Day9

“A man is one whose body has been trained to be the ready servant of his mind; whose passions are trained to be the servants of his will; who enjoys the beautiful, loves truth, hates wrong, loves to do good, and respects others as himself.” –John Ruskin

“Isao had never felt that he might want to be a woman. He had never wished for anything else but to be a man, live in a manly way, die a manly death. To be thus a man was to give constant proof of one’s manliness–to be more a man today than yesterday, more a man tomorrow than today. To be a man was to forge ever upward toward the peak of manhood, there to die amid the white snows of that peak.” –Yukio Mishima

Day14

“When men evaluate each other as men, they still look for the same virtues that they’d need to keep the perimeter. Men respond to and admire the qualities that would make men useful and dependable in an emergency. Men have always had a role apart, and they still judge one another according to the demands of that role as a guardian in a gang struggling for survival against encroaching doom. Everything that is specifically about being a man—not merely a person—has to do with that role.” –Jack Donovan

Day8

“It is not the situation which makes the man, but the man who makes the situation.” Frederick William Robertson

“The test of every religious, political, or educational system is the man which it forms.” –Henri-Frédéric Amiel

Day5

“Men cannot be men—much less good or heroic men—unless their actions have meaningful consequences to people they truly care about. Strength requires an opposing force, courage requires risk, mastery requires hard work, honor requires accountability to other men. Without these things, we are little more than boys playing at being men, and there is no weekend retreat or mantra or half-assed rite of passage that can change that. A rite of passage must reflect a real change in status and responsibility for it to be anything more than theater. No reimagined manhood of convenience can hold its head high so long as the earth remains the tomb of our ancestors.” –Jack Donovan

Day13

“The search after the great men is the dream of youth and the most serious occupation of manhood.” –Ralph Waldo Emerson

“In the meanest are all the materials of manhood, only they are not rightly disposed.” –Henry David Thoreau

Day19

“Stand true to your calling to be a man. Real women will always be relieved and grateful when men are willing to be men.” –Elisabeth Elliott

“A man should be able to hear, and to bear, the worst that could be said of him.” –Saul Bellow

Day20

“The chief constituents of what we call manhood, are moral rather than intellectual.” –J. S. Kieffer

“There are two questions a man must ask himself: The first is ‘Where am I going?’ and the second is ‘Who will go with me?’ If you ever get these questions in the wrong order you are in trouble.” –Sam Keen

Day23

“A woman simply is, but a man must become. Masculinity is risky and elusive. It is achieved by a revolt from woman, and it confirmed only by other men. Manhood coerced into sensitivity is no manhood at all.” –Camille Paglia

“Adversity toughens manhood, and the characteristic of the good or the great man is not that he has been exempt from the evils of life, but that he has surmounted them.” –Patrick Henry

Day15

“Men of ideas and men of action have much to learn from each other, and the truly great are men of both action and abstraction.” –Jack Donovan

“It is a grand mistake to think of being great without goodness; and I pronounce it as certain, that there never was yet a truly great man, that was not at the same time truly virtuous.” –Benjamin Franklin

Day1

“[the difference between the old and the new education being] in a word, the old was a kind of propagation—men transmitting manhood to men; the new is merely propaganda.” –C.S. Lewis

“There is a difference between being a good man and being good at being a man.” –Jack Donovan

Day18

“History is strewn with the wrecks of nations which have gained a little progressiveness at the cost of a great deal of hard manliness, and have thus prepared themselves for destruction as soon as the movements of the world have a chance for it.” –Walter Bagehot

Life is too short to be little. Man is never so manly as when he feels deeply, acts boldly, and expresses himself with frankness and with fervor.” –Benjamin Disraeli

Day27

“It is very sad for a man to make himself servant to a single thing; his manhood all taken out of him by the hydraulic pressure of excessive business. I should not like to be merely a doctor, a great lawyer, a great minister, a great politician. I should like to be, also, something of a man.” –Theodore Parker

“The man who is deserving the name is the one whose thoughts and exertions are for others rather than for himself.” –Walter Scott

Day30

“When someone tells a man to be a man, they mean that there is a way to be a man. A man is not just a thing to be—it is also a way to be, a path to follow and a way to walk. Some try to make manhood mean everything. Others believe that it means nothing at all. Being good at being a man can’t mean everything, and it has always meant something.” –Jack Donovan

Day21

 

What are your favorites in the list? Do you know of another quote about men and manhood that should be included in this collection? Share it in the comments and if it’s worthy, we’ll add it in!

 


    






08 Sep 03:28

Curso de programación básica para Android GRATIS

by Juanguis
Claudio Navarro Henriquez

Interesante, para ver después.

Como veo que los cursos gratuitos sobre programación y diseño web están siendo muy bienvenidos por todos los lectores, en esta ocasión quiero aprovechar para dejarles un nuevo curso gratuito sobre Android, especialmente destinado a los que no tienen muchos conocimientos de programación de aplicaciones para este sistema operativo.

Curso de Android

El curso está dictado por Aythami Mendoza García a través de Cursopedia. y está dirigido principalmente a personas con conocimientos mínimos de programación y que quieran adentrarse en la plataforma Android. Para el curso usarán el entorno de desarrollo Eclipse, y en el mismo está explicado claramente todo el proceso.

Curso de Android – Nivel Básico

Lección 1 – Instalación del SDK
Lección 2 – Crear nuestra primera aplicación – Eclipse
Lección 3 – Tour por el entorno de desarrollo Eclipse
Lección 4 – Primeros pasos para crear una aplicación
Lección 5 – Creación de listas simples
Lección 6 – Creación de menús
Lección 7 – Creación de listas personalizadas
Lección 8 – Acceso mediante el menú
Lección 9 – Actividades con variables entre vistas
Lección 10 – Publicar en la Google Play

Este artículo Curso de programación básica para Android GRATIS fue publicado originalmente en Punto Geek.