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This image from the International Space Station shows the Iberian Peninsula including Spain and Portugal at night.

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#Iberia   #Spain   #Portugal   #ISS  
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Preciosa imagen.
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Raro, rarísimo ejemplo correcto del "por que" separado y sin acento. Muchos hablantes nativos del español ignoran que esta forma existe también. En resumen, existe "porqué", "porque", "por qué" y "por que". Pero no uséis esta última forma si no estáis seguros de cómo se usa. Menos aún si ya tenéis problemas con las tres primeras.
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Rouco Varela, presidente de la Conferencia Espiscopal, está preocupado por que se rompa "la unidad de España" y pide a los políticos que respeten la Constitución. ¿Cómo valoráis sus declaraciones? http://ow.ly/qVAd7
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Una contraseña es muy poca protección para tu cuenta de correo. Tu cuenta es mucho más importante de lo que crees. Si te la roban, te podrán robar probablemente contraseñas de otros sitios, quizá incluso puedan cometer fraude con ella y robarte de tarjetas y cuentas bancarias. Quizá puedan usarla para estafar a otros. Depende del uso que hagas de la cuenta de correo. Pero probablemente te pueden hacer mucho más daño de lo que imaginas.  Protege tu cuenta de Google con la verificación en dos pasos. Vale la pena el engorro y la mayor parte del tiempo ni lo notarás. Pero tu cuenta será más segura.

Y no uses una pregunta secreta para recuperar el acceso a tu contraseña o usar una respuesta completamente disparatada.
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Está claro, no te quito nada de razón. El problema es que esta solución es un poco compleja. Yo me imagino contándosela a mi mujer o a mis padres y ya les veo mirándome con cara de "este tío está loco". 

Está claro que si la gente comprende los problema derivados de su uso y es capaz de "apañarse" es una solución bastante aceptable =)

No digo que todas, pero la mayoría de la gente (no técnica) que conozco tienen marcado el botón "recordar contraseña" básicamente siempre. Muchos de ellos ni siquiera recuerdan sus propias contraseñas porque "hace mucho que no la pongo". 

A mí me parece que la idea del móvil como "algo que tengo", podría sustituir también a la idea del "algo que sé". En esa línea conozco un par de proyectos, uno de ellos se está empezando a extender:
https://getclef.com/

Y el otro prácticamente acaba de nacer:
https://www.grc.com/sqrl/sqrl.htm

Particularmente, ya que "necesitas" el móvil para autenticarte, estas soluciones me parecen bastante más cómodas, aunque tienen problemas como el roaming y similares...

En fin, recuerdo que el año pasado una empresa llamó a concurso para ver qué ideas se le ocurrían a la gente para solucionar este problema, no sé en qué quedará... 
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Yo me he pasado a Feedly. Adiós, Google Reader.
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Via +Andreas Schou
Parece sacado de +The Onion o +El Mundo Today
 
Samuel A. Cartwright was a physician in Mississipi.  In 1851 he reported an interesting psychiatric condition called drapetomania which afflicted slaves.  It made them want to run away. 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Drapetomania
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+Steve Wozniak señala errores en el guión de la película sobre Steve Jobs
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5 months ago exactly I asked you all what you guys thought of the Jobs movie that had just been released in theatres and I had the honor of Mr. +Steve Wozniak coming on to the post (original comment here https://plus.google.com/+CarmsPerez/posts/GnVTvQNgvpf)
and commenting and explaining what really went on at the time vs what the movie portrayed. I chose to not watch the movie then, however, tonight I rented it simply out of curiosity it was so good to see it knowing his perspective and the account of how things actually happened. I want to thank Mr. Wozniak from the bottom of my heart for every bit of time spent working on creating Apple computers. YOU are the true force behind this operating system which I love so much bc it makes my life so easy.  Thank you for dedicating so much of your youth to this project. Honored once more to have such unique commentary from you on my page. 
Original comment from Steve Wozniak below

Steve Wozniak Aug 19, 2013
"Actually, the movie was largely a lie about me. I was an engineer at HP designing the iPhone 5 of the time, their scientific calculators. I had many friends and a good reputation there. I designed things for people all over the country, for fun, all the time too, including the first hotel movie systems and SMPTE time code readers for the commercial video world. Also home pinball games. Among these things, the Apple I was the FIFTH time that something I had created (not built from someone else's schematic) was turned into money by Jobs. My Pong game got him his job at Atari but he never was an engineer or programmer. I was a regular member at the Homebrew Computer Club from day one and Jobs didn't know it existed. He was up in Oregon then. I'd take my designs to the meetings and demonstrate them and I had a big following. I wasn't some guy nobody talked to, although I was shy in social settings. i gave that computer design away for free to help people who were espousing the thoughts about computers changing life in so many regards (communication, education, productivity, etc.). I was inspired by Stanford intellectuals like Jim Warren talking this way at the club. Lee Felsenstein wanted computers to help in things like the antiwar marches he'd orchestrated in Oakland and I was inspired by the fact that these machines could help stop wars. Others in the club had working models of this computer before Jobs knew it existed. He came down one week and I took him to show him the club, not the reverse. He saw it as a businessman. It as I who told Jobs the good things these machines could do for humanity, not the reverse. I begged Steve that we donate the first Apple I to a woman who took computers into elementary schools but he made my buy it and donate it myself.

When I first met Jobs, I had EVERY Dylan album. I was a hardcore fan. I had bootlegs too. Jobs knew a few popular Dylan songs and related to the phrase "when you ain't got nothin' you got nothing to lose." I showed Jobs all my liner notes and lyrics and took him to record stores near San Jose State and Berkeley to buy Dylan bootlegs. I showed him brochures full of Dylan quotes and articles and photos. I brought Jobs into this Dylan world in a big way. I would go to the right post office at midnight, in Oakland, to buy tickets to a Dylan concert and would take Jobs with me. Jobs asked early on in our friendship whether Dylan or the Beatles were better. I had no Beatles album. We both concurred that Dylan was more important because he said important things and thoughtful things. So a Beatles fan was kind of a pop lamb to us. Why would they portray us in the movie as Dylan for Jobs and Beatles for me?

And when Jobs (in the movie, but really a board does this) denied stock to the early garage team (some not even shown) I'm surprised that they chose not to show me giving about $10M of my own stock to them because it was the right thing. And $10M was a lot in that time.

Also, note that the movie showed a time frame in which every computer Jobs developed was a failure. And they had millions of dollars behind them. My Apple ][ was developed on nothing and productized on very little. Yet it was the only revenue and profit source of the company for the first 10 years, well past the point that Jobs had left. The movie made it seem that board members didn't acknowledge Jobs' great work on Macintosh but when sales fall to a few hundred a month and the stock dives to 50% in a short time, someone has to save the company. The proper course was to work every angle possible, engineering and marketing, to make the Macintosh marketable while the Apple ][ still supported us for years. This work was done by Sculley and others and it involved opening the Macintosh up too.

The movie shows Steve's driving of the Macintosh team but not the stuff that most of the team said they'd never again work for him. It doesn't show his disdain and attempts to kill the Apple ][, our revenue source, so that the Macintosh wouldn't have to compete with it. The movie audience would want to see a complete picture and they can often tell when they are being shortchanged.

And ease of computer came to the world more than anything from Jef Raskin, in many ways and long before Jef told us to look into Xerox. Jef was badly portrayed.

And if you think that our investor and equal stock holder and mentor Mike Markkula was Jobs' stooge (and not in control of everything), well, you have been duped.

Jobs mannerisms and phrases are motivational and you need a driver to move things along. But it's also important to have the skills to execute and create products that will be popular enough to sell for more than it costs to make them. Jobs didn't have that success at Apple until the iPod, although OS X deserves the credit too. These sorts of things people would have wanted to see, about Jobs or about Apple, but the movie gives other images of what was behind it all and none add up." #Apple  
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One from +Eugene Spafford. Really, its almost two months old, but life for me has been like crazy for the last three months and I am only now pretending I'm catching up...  I liked a lot the #Tolkien quote "He that breaks a thing to find out what it is has left the path of wisdom." Protecting is hard, because it is about people mostly. About what people really do when you are not looking. Awareness and training is key and we don't really excel at it.

On the other hand, too many times I have to fight the incredulity of people who should know better and simply think most attacks are beyond the skills of everyone, while they are already perfectly scripted. And more, I'm amazed about how many people in IT think finding secrets in object code is beyond reach despite overwhelming evidence to the contrary. It's almost 40 years now I did it first and still do it for sport now and then. Not that I was ever good at it and time has not improved my skills. Tens of thousands of people (more?) in the world best me and some of them are guns for hire.

So, while Spaf is right in that the skills needed to protect are not quite the same as those needed to break and we may be paying too much attention to the "breaking" skills, I think that the best professionals are skilled in both fields.
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Interesantísimo y largo artículo de Bruce Schneir, célebre autor en materias de seguridad, sobre el mundo en que vivimos y hacia dónde puede evolucionar. Está en inglés pero, si tenéis posibilidad, no dejéis de leerlo.
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Después de ver los agobios de Jesús Calleja en las estrecheces de la Krubera-Voronya, igual le viene bien ir a una algo más amplia.  Pero seguro que no sacan unas fotos tan tremendas como estas.
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Caves with their own weather system - and beautiful pictures by @robbieshone http://ow.ly/pqO97
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Stephen Fry wrote an open letter to +David Cameron  and the International Olympic Committee (IOC) to campaign against the Russian Winter Olympics

He wants the IOC to pull out of Russia for the Winter Olympics and go somewhere else. This is in reaction to Russia's anti-LGBT  laws. I really have to agree, and I'm sharing so more people know about this open letter

since his website seems to have having issues read the whole letter here 

"Dear Prime Minister, M Rogge, Lord Coe and Members of the International Olympic Committee,
I write in the earnest hope that all those with a love of sport and the Olympic spirit will consider the stain on the Five Rings that occurred when the 1936 Berlin Olympics proceeded under the exultant aegis of a tyrant who had passed into law, two years earlier, an act which singled out for special persecution a minority whose only crime was the accident of their birth. In his case he banned Jews from academic tenure or public office, he made sure that the police turned a blind eye to any beatings, thefts or humiliations afflicted on them, he burned and banned books written by them. He claimed they “polluted” the purity and tradition of what it was to be German, that they were a threat to the state, to the children and the future of the Reich. He blamed them simultaneously for the mutually exclusive crimes of Communism and for the controlling of international capital and banks. He blamed them for ruining the culture with their liberalism and difference. The Olympic movement at that time paid precisely no attention to this evil and proceeded with the notorious Berlin Olympiad, which provided a stage for a gleeful Führer and only increased his status at home and abroad. It gave him confidence. All historians are agreed on that. What he did with that confidence we all know.

Putin is eerily repeating this insane crime, only this time against LGBT Russians. Beatings, murders and humiliations are ignored by the police. Any defence or sane discussion of homosexuality is against the law. Any statement, for example, that Tchaikovsky was gay and that his art and life reflects this sexuality and are an inspiration to other gay artists would be punishable by imprisonment. It is simply not enough to say that gay Olympians may or may not be safe in their village. The IOC absolutely must take a firm stance on behalf of the shared humanity it is supposed to represent against the barbaric, fascist law that Putin has pushed through the Duma. Let us not forget that Olympic events used not only to be athletic, they used to include cultural competitions. Let us realise that in fact, sport is cultural. It does not exist in a bubble outside society or politics. The idea that sport and politics don’t connect is worse than disingenuous, worse than stupid. It is wickedly, wilfully wrong. Everyone knows politics interconnects with everything for “politics” is simply the Greek for “to do with the people”.

An absolute ban on the Russian Winter Olympics of 2014 on Sochi is simply essential. Stage them elsewhere in Utah, Lillyhammer, anywhere you like. At all costs Putin cannot be seen to have the approval of the civilised world.
He is making scapegoats of gay people, just as Hitler did Jews. He cannot be allowed to get away with it. I know whereof I speak. I have visited Russia, stood up to the political deputy who introduced the first of these laws, in his city of St Petersburg. I looked into the face of the man and, on camera, tried to reason with him, counter him, make him understand what he was doing. All I saw reflected back at me was what Hannah Arendt called, so memorably, “the banality of evil.” A stupid man, but like so many tyrants, one with an instinct of how to exploit a disaffected people by finding scapegoats. Putin may not be quite as oafish and stupid as Deputy Milonov but his instincts are the same. He may claim that the “values” of Russia are not the “values” of the West, but this is absolutely in opposition to Peter the Great’s philosophy, and against the hopes of millions of Russians, those not in the grip of that toxic mix of shaven headed thuggery and bigoted religion, those who are agonised by the rolling back of democracy and the formation of a new autocracy in the motherland that has suffered so much (and whose music, literature and drama, incidentally I love so passionately).

I am gay. I am a Jew. My mother lost over a dozen of her family to Hitler’s anti-Semitism. Every time in Russia (and it is constantly) a gay teenager is forced into suicide, a lesbian “correctively” raped, gay men and women beaten to death by neo-Nazi thugs while the Russian police stand idly by, the world is diminished and I for one, weep anew at seeing history repeat itself.

“All that is needed for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing,” so wrote Edmund Burke. Are you, the men and women of the IOC going to be those “good” who allow evil to triumph?
The Summer Olympics of 2012 were one of the most glorious moments of my life and the life of my country. For there to be a Russian Winter Olympics would stain the movement forever and wipe away any of that glory.

 The Five Rings would finally be forever smeared, besmirched and ruined in the eyes of the civilised world.
I am begging you to resist the pressures of pragmatism, of money, of the oily cowardice of diplomats and to stand up resolutely and proudly for humanity the world over, as your movement is pledged to do. Wave your Olympic flag with pride as we gay men and women wave our Rainbow flag with pride. Be brave enough to live up to the oaths and protocols of your movement, which I remind you of verbatim below.

Rule 4 Cooperate with the competent public or private organisations and authorities in the endeavour to place sport at the service of humanity and thereby to promote peace

Rule 6: Act against any form of discrimination affecting the Olympic Movement

Rule 15 Encourage and support initiatives blending sport with culture and education

I especially appeal to you, Prime Minister, a man for whom I have the utmost respect. As the leader of a party I have for almost all of my life opposed and instinctively disliked, you showed a determined, passionate and clearly honest commitment to LGBT rights and helped push gay marriage through both houses of our parliament in the teeth of vehement opposition from so many of your own side. For that I will always admire you, whatever other differences may lie between us. In the end I believe you know when a thing is wrong or right. Please act on that instinct now.

Yours in desperate hope for humanity

Stephen Fry

via http://www.stephenfry.com/2013/08/07/an-open-letter-to-david-cameron-and-the-ioc

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La charla que dio Nick Hanauer en TED y que, aparentemente, fue censurada y no publicada en la web de ted.com por ser "demasiado política". Sin embargo, da que pensar y creo que merece ser escuchado.
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