Minimal dose 10.10.2010
Saturday, October 16, 2010 11:45:59 PM
Weak and Powerless
Saturday, October 16, 2010 11:45:59 PM
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Who sold the world?
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El periodico de la O. A must read for understanding why our president is such a bad choice. Spanish only.
Although I do not read this paper a lot, I like to do it from time to time. It's very nice to be aware of all the stupid rubbish the NorthAmerican president is doing
The Independent Media Centre. One of the most radical sites of politics and news. But if it's read carefully, gives a lot of clarifying answers and raises more questions about whow bad our world is taking important decisions.
A nice flash animation, and of course a big web site telling why not to join the northamerican army. Of course, I'm not from that country, neither I would like to, but Iraq war it's not right and also affects the rest of the world, incluiding me, so
Forum site for my questions about computers and Internet. Spanish Only
Who in the computer world doesn't know what the ACM is? As a student member of this organizarion, I have a lot to be grateful for.
Where would I be without such source of infromation?
A nice and complete resource for more and more information.
The one and only source to get most of LaTeX stuff. No need for presentations.
My first place to search for torrents
Like old games? Check this DB. Nice and clean
The site to put code snippets
Where openoffice to get cliparts
Some more of OOExtras
My DVD Ripper. Very easy to use, and a good show of unix philosophy (programs are filters)
Nice place to start with LateX, apart from Ctan, of course
A nice place to look for basic info on LaTeX... although I am still learning.
Not a flame against Mac. Instead, I found a really good and non fanatic analysis of that system
First place to look for computer security related stuff, among other things
Formerly Gameversity. One of the sites I want to take a game programming online course
One of my favourite programming languages. It's incredible after almost losing my eyes because of Java
One very interesting site to visit. Guidelines and tips for almost every C++ problem. Most of all I like the fresh language they use.
I have to say that learn to use this library it's one of my unfinished tasks. But I will. I WILL!
Source Code for Visual C++, C#, .NET and Visual Basic Developers.
To be honest, I've never read this site, but for some reason I like it. I hope in the future can be helpful
I rarely use this site, as I rarely program in Windows. However, it's never a bad idea to have some references and this one is not bad.
Now this is a really GOOD reference when learning about pointers and linked lists and all that cool stuff. Please visit.
One of the worst places to look for code in internet HAHAHAHA... this is a WARNING link!
It's not a bad place, but I rarely use it. my first try it's always sourceforge.
Now this is quite interesting. A very nice collection of algorithms.
Inverse Reality contains over 40 tutorials on many aspects of Game Programming. Webmaster is also available for questions. Source code available for DJGPP, some include inline assembly
Very simple introduction to Data Structures
Nice lectures notes using Modula as the programming Language
I've never really used the STL, but it seems good enough to have it as a bookmark in case of need.
Definitions of algorithms, data structures, and classical Computer Science problems. Some entries have links to implementations and more information.
The Free On-line Dictionary of Computing is a searchable dictionary of terms from computing and related fields.
The college study group I belong
A good starting point to ABAP programming. Part of the SAPDomain.com site. Lots of questions and tests for... OMG the certification!!! T_T. Time to study...
One of the biggest places in internet for car racing stuff. i like it, but it have been a while since my last visit
The former Crack Smilies, now called MySmilies, a big resource on icons for forums and chatting in general. Most are very nice collections, others are very rough or disgusting
Once one of the best forums in latinamerica about formula 1 and racing. Now it's almost dead, but some of us are still there, faithful to the original passion. Spanish only
Another Forum I used to visit for a little while a long time ago. Spanish only
A quite interesting forum. I normally do not participate, but a little bit of reading from time to time I certainly do.
Once my main source of infromation about formula 1, now it's more a pay-per-news site. Still, the info is not bad
Of course, the main site for official info. Not press pass yet, but when looking for regulation stuff, there's no better place!
A very good DataBase for formula 1 drivers statistics. Updating was closed a looong time ago, but still very interesting as a source for historical stats
A very good start point for understanding Forumla One
One very, very good, but normally biased news source for F1 (mainly). It's articles are quite interesting, also because they are somehow critical into F1 management (bernie et al)
e-Tracks: World Motor Racing Circuits Guide Directory of motor racing circuits around the world. A-Z listing of tracks including every Formula 1, CART, NASCAR, IRL, MotoGP, World Superbike and ALMS circuit, from Monza to Indianapolis.
F1 Tipping is a free online Formula One prediction competition for fans. Predict the outcome of each Grand Prix as we follow the Formula 1 GP season to each race. Join in the game instantly, anytime.
A MUST for every race. Requires Subscription to the Official F1 site but it's quite interesting to watch a race and also follow times =) At least for a follower like me
Again Atlas, but this one should be a news source. Also a payment site, but I've been thinking about subscribing.
My main internet source for F1 information. I like the style. Very nice.
I have not been here for a long, long time. I changed it for WRC.com but still think it's very nice source, although not very often updated
The best source for rally info, news and everything. I've been very tempted to buy the WRC+ package, but... man.. stupid money =P
What? Hi? are you there? Who am I?
Tow truck service in Bogotá Colombia
OXIMORON. Web de práctica literaria. Lista de oximorons en español. Libros y literatura. Visita los blogs de nuestros autores. Escritura y escritores. Novelas, cuentos, poesias, etc...
One of my favourite places to post about almost everything. unfortunately not visited often after the host show (La silla electrica) ended.
Just another place to llok for books. Not here very often, as I use more Amazon
Nuestra buena imagen en VillegasEditores.com: descubra el fascinante horizonte llamado Colombia. En este lugar, las selvas amazónicas se funden con dos océanos, las cordilleras son parques y las sabanas y ríos tienen la textura de selvas y nevados
VoIP - Que me recomiendan? Internet y Redes - I haven't used it yet, but it seems very good
A not very nice Ranma page. Colors and design are dreadful, but has some interesting info.
Very nice page about Carlos Martinez Rivas... almost the only one.
Who in the internet world doesn't know about IMDB? If you are one of those few, start browsing now!
I first saw this guy in a video of La fitta sassaiola dell'ingiuria (don not ask what does that mean because I have no answer to that). they seem to be very crazy, but I do not follow them much.
A collection of free internet radio stations. Very good indeed. Nice music, although my favourite station, Onomatopoeia, died some time ago. Still there are very good stuff in here. Check it out!! hahaha
One of those good places to start looking when interested in languages. not been here much, but it's very nice to take a look
Spanish only reference / introductory web site for greek Mithology.
A nice place to search for free books. BUT the design is one of the worst ever web page design I have EVER seen
Hehehe... I have bought once a chinese-like outfit to my ceremonious practices, but I had to do the knots myself. Great place to start knotting!!!
Tutorials for learning ancient greek. Have been here some times... it looks pretty interesting, but or I am quite slow, or ancient greek is not easy to learn... I suppose a tutor would help me, but this is not one of my priorities.
Un lugar obligatorio para toda persona que hable español. Definitivamente hay que probar el diccioniario. Siempre lo tengo a la mano
Who does not know about Wikipedia? It's a very nice project. You will not find detailed or deep information, but it's enough to get started.
El catálogo de la Biblioteca Luis Angel Arango, Bogotá, Colombia. Siempre lo uso para recurrir a aquellos libros que no tengo en mi biblioteca
A lipsum generator. Very handy when writing something and you only want to fill spaces
THE reference page for Tolkien's world
Another reference point in the internet for general reading. Most of the books here are classical masterpieces, so it should be a MUST for everyone, including me ;)
One of my favourite pages to look when anxious of car design news... oops...
I have to admit, most of the Quran is really enjoyable to read. Not that I'm muslim, but I like this page
The best Ranma ½ information on the internet
Some very cool pictures about Torino.
Along with Allegro, one of the best places to learn simple games programming
Gamasutra - The Art & Science of Making Games
Gamedev.net is the leading resource for game developers, featuring daily news updates, over 1500 featured articles and tutorials, and the most active game development forums anywhere!
I know it's already somewhere, but his place it's unique.
Nice and free (FOSS) game. It's of course not a high-end graphics game, but it's quite enjoyable.
A new server for lineage 2 I am playing at.
One of the best games I have ever played. Better than Eternal lands in many aspects, but lacks the free spirit
Nice site to continue the work in linux ;-) not so hard, as the name implies
The phylosophical start of this wonderful OS
An excellent place to look as a guide to look for open source software
Something I want to do when I have more knowledge in this OS
Trying to run Linux on your laptop? Look here for some reference.
I don't care if some think that worriyng about the earth is rubbish or not. I know it is the right thing to do, and as such, it is time to be concious of our mark on her face.