Modelo para Armar

Modelo para Armar
Foto: San Diego Skyline (by WouteR)

Sunday, February 28, 2016

Prefiero llegar más temprano…. rumbo al hotel (en...



Prefiero llegar más temprano…. rumbo al hotel (en Aeropuerto Cerro Moreno, Antofagasta - Ch)


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Aqui vamos otra vez…. (en Aeropuerto Santiago Chile SCL)



Aqui vamos otra vez…. (en Aeropuerto Santiago Chile SCL)


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aunque me gusta más la versión electronica, hay un minuto para...



aunque me gusta más la versión electronica, hay un minuto para cada estado de ánimo #NowPlaying Wake Me Up - Acoustic de Aloe Blacc


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Friday, February 26, 2016

Una pequeña parada para hacer tiempo (en The Coffee Club)



Una pequeña parada para hacer tiempo (en The Coffee Club)


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Thursday, February 25, 2016

Esperando…. muchos vuelos a Santiago… en la pista...



Esperando…. muchos vuelos a Santiago… en la pista esperando el despegue (en Aeropuerto Cerro Moreno, Antofagasta - Ch)


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Tuesday, February 23, 2016

A buen paso, falta poco para que los bebés ya estén listos para...



A buen paso, falta poco para que los bebés ya estén listos para instalarsd (en Minera Escondida)


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Saturday, February 20, 2016

blue-obliviate: graceespooks: OH MY GOD It’s back

















blue-obliviate:

graceespooks:

OH MY GOD

It’s back


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doctorbasil: Look how far I went, for fear of losing you.













doctorbasil:

Look how far I went, for fear of losing you.


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Jay Greene, Cloud Computing May Be Hampering Tech Spending: Analyst Report

Jay Greene, Cloud Computing May Be Hampering Tech Spending: Analyst Report:

stoweboyd:

The transition to cloud computing – at the current snail pace doesn’t warrant ‘transformation’ rhetoric – may be getting a goose because of tightening finances in the corporate world. A time when the purported risks of cloud computing are moderated by companies hungry for cost-cutting. And that may be part of the slow-down in tech spending right now.

As Ja Greene writes in the WSJ, 

Hesitance [sic: hesitancy] among chief information officers to commit to long-term hardware and software purchases may reflect the gradual shift from corporate data centers to so-called public cloud offerings from companies such as Amazon.com Inc. and Microsoft Corp., Deustche Bank analyst Karl Keirstead wrote in a research report.

“It is entirely plausible that this is having at least a marginal impact on the desire of large enterprises to sign material and multi-year commitments to on-premise technology suppliers,” Mr. Keirstead wrote.

Gartner research chief Peter Sondergaard made a related observation at the recent Wall Street Journal CIO Conference, noting that budget pressures are pushing corporate technology managers to take a close look at their options.

“I think many [CIOs] have benefited from pressures in central IT budgets, in that it has created opportunity for looking at different alternatives,” Mr. Sondergaard said.

Take Ted Ross, CIO of the city of Los Angeles. He needed to upgrade the technology that powers the city’s Business Assistance Virtual Network, the site where vendors bid for projects from various city agencies. Mr. Ross considered buying new blade servers to host the site. Instead, he decided to run the site on Microsoft’s Azure technology. He’ll halve his costs, and the migration should take four to six weeks, he said.

“It really seems it’s more judicious to make the investment in the cloud,” Mr. Ross said.

The winners in this foot race? Amazon AWS is the market monster, with Microsoft a strong #2 with Azure and the company’s productivity products. Google is perceived as a trailing #3.

But the larger market of SaaS players are going to benefit from this windfall, and the more traditional enterprise hardware and software players – HP, SAP, and the like – will be facing increasingly strong down drafts in this turbulent and accelerating market.


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despertando… #NowPlaying Mr Rock & Roll de Amy...



despertando… #NowPlaying Mr Rock & Roll de Amy Macdonald


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Friday, February 19, 2016

theverge: THIS FLEXIBLE PHONE PROTOTYPE LETS YOU FLICK THROUGH...



theverge:

THIS FLEXIBLE PHONE PROTOTYPE LETS YOU FLICK THROUGH DIGITAL BOOKS

The ReFlex is a fully functional Android phone that incorporates a 720p flexible OLED screen from LG. Sensors on the rear of the device combine with vibration and audio feedback to create what researchers are calling “eyes free navigation” — allowing users to essentially feel their way through a document as if it were a physical object.

Me gusta más el concepto de diario electronico online ;)


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theworldofislam: 18th February - Nasir al-Din al-Tusi’s 812th...



theworldofislam:

18th February - Nasir al-Din al-Tusi’s 812th Birthday: A Persian Muslim Scholar who was not only an architect, but also an astronomer, scientist, mathematician, and philosopher.

Esa imagen me recuerda uno de los libros de Baldor


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#NowPlaying Be More Barrio de Sheppard



#NowPlaying Be More Barrio de Sheppard


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#NowPlaying Sur ma route de Black M



#NowPlaying Sur ma route de Black M


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did-you-kno: Japanese designers created a bonsai tree planter...



did-you-kno:

Japanese designers created a bonsai tree planter with a magnetic base that makes tiny plants float in midair. Source


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