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Huella de carbono cero

¿Sabías que nuestros servidores en Google indexan 20.000 millones de páginas al día y reciben 100.000 millones de consultas por mes con una huella de carbono de cero? Te invitamos a conocer algunas cifras aquí 

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Happy 115th birthday to Amelia Earhart! Lady Lindy—the first aviatrix to fly solo across the Atlantic Ocean—stands proudly on our homepage worldwide today. 

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10 Phrases You Won’t Learn in Spanish Class

The problem with formal education of a foreign language is you never get to learn the good stuff. Now that I am no longer on any education-related payroll, I can finally impart my knowledge of malas palabras en Castellano, Castellano being the type of Spanish spoken in Argentina. Remember, these are just for Argentina, many of these won’t have the same or any meaning in other Spanish speaking countries. Here are the top 10, use them carefully and have fun!

Andáte a la mierda

Literal translation: ”Walk yourself to the shit”.
Practical use: Use it the same way you would use “Go to hell.” This is a handy phrase in the streets and the clubs when creepsters attempt to converse with you.

Sos un forro

Arm yourself with angry words for crazy cab drivers.
Literal translation: ”You are a condom”.
Practical use: Use it like you would use “You’re an asshole/jerk/idiot”. Excellent for cab drivers who almost run you over.

La puta madre

Literal translation: ”The mother slut”.
Practical use: Something to say when you are frustrated or angry. For example, if you are arguing with someone and get really exasperated you can say “¡La puta madre!” to show your frustration.


Literal translation: ”Cursed”
Practical use: You can throw “maldito/a” in front of nouns, such as “malditas llaves“, which means “the damned keys”. You can also say “maldita sea” to simply say “Damn it”.


Practical use: Dickhead, asshole, jerk


Practical use: Idiot, moron

La concha de tu madre

Literal translation: “The shell of your mother”
Practical use: “The cunt of your mother”. This is pretty strong. You can throw this one out there if someone has truly pissed you off. All you have to do is yell the phrase and your anger will be heard, loud and clear.

Mandar fruta

Literal translation: ”To send fruit”
Practical use: Use in the same way you would use “bullshit”. For example, “No me mandes fruta” means “Don’t bullshit me”

_____de mierda

Literal translation: ”___ of shit”
Practical use: Use this to call anything a piece of shit or shitty, such as “auto de mierda” (piece of shit car) or “día de mierda” (Shitty day).

La puta que te parió

Literal translation: ”The slut/bitch that birthed you”
Practical use: This is one of my all time favorites. This is an excellent thing to yell at jerks on the street, cabs that clearly see you but pass you up anyway, and basically anyone who you has pissed you off.

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Such a amazing voice, si que tiene una voz impresionante.

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And we have a friends day on the 20 of July, so happy day everyone!
From futbol fanaticism to habitual asado feasts, the proud people of Argentina share many customs that speak to their unique heritage, which blends old European and criollo traditions. Argentines are generally very open to sharing their culture with foreigners and consider an invitation to drink yerba mate or join in a family barbecue as real gestures of solidarity.

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¿Quién será nuestro seguidor #100.000?

Estamos muy cerca de superar los 100.000 seguidores de +Google Argentina. ¿Quiénes serán los que nos ayuden a alcanzar esa marca?

¡Compartí este post para colaborar expandiendo la noticia y contanos también cómo es tu experiencia hasta ahora con Google+!

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 *The Spanish-speaking market (8.5%)*

Third in size, the Spanish market includes most of Southern and Central America, a sizable part of the USA, and of course Spain. All in all, approximately 125 million Internet users speak Spanish.
This is less than half the size of the Chinese market, but thanks to a much higher GDP, almost 3 times as much purchasing power. e-Commerce sales figures in Spanish speaking countries have increased massively between 2006 and 2007 (58% Internet sales increase for Mexico, amongst others).
With a weighted average GDP per capita of USD 13,500, the global Spanish-speaking market account for a GDP close to USD 1.7 trillion.
The Spanish Internet market is also expanding at a very quick pace, +405% since year 2000, twice as fast as the English-speaking market over the same period. Spain's Internet users currently represent 45% of the population. With 14% of the population under the age of 15 and 17% over 65 years old, Spain's Internet users will nearly double in numbers before hitting a saturation point.
The largest potential for Spanish-speaking Internet growth is in Mexico, Colombia and Argentina, which have Internet penetration rates of 21%, 26% and 25% respectively.
Note that, as is almost always the case with widely spoken languages, the 'Spanish language' can be broken down in several 'local flavors' and Spanish spoken in Latin America is somewhat different from Spanish spoken in Spain.

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Such an amazing thing!!!
The Total Recall re-make starring Colin Farrell and Jessica Biel hits theaters on Aug. 3. 

While forcing someone recall false memories might seem far-fetched, it — and several other technologies in the film — isn't as fictional as you might think. Researchers around the world are already working to make many of the following technologies a reality.

Magnetically levitating cars, like the one in the video below, are one of them.

Here are more:

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Happy Friday!
Friday ... TG+IF ... Tremendous G+ Interaction Friday

Some things you may not have known...

In some countries, Friday is the first day of the weekend, with Saturday the second. Lucky them!

In some cultures, Friday is considered unlucky. This is particularly so in maritime circles; perhaps the most enduring sailing superstition is that it is unlucky to begin a voyage on a Friday ... (Dies Infaustus means "unlucky day") This superstition is the root of the well-known urban legend of HMS Friday.

In modern times, Friday the 13th is considered to be especially unlucky, due to the conjunction of Friday with the unlucky number thirteen. Such a Friday may be called a "Black Friday".

Though Friday has always been held an unlucky day in many Christian countries, still in the Hebrides it is supposed that it is a lucky day for sowing the seed. Good Friday in particular is a favourite day for potato planting.

The word for Friday in most Romance languages is derived from Latin dies Veneris or "day of Venus" (a translation of Greek Aphrodites hemera) such as vendredi in French, venerdì in Italian, viernes in Spanish, divendres in Catalan, vennari in Corsican, and vineri in Romanian.

In closing, I am not a superstitious person and not someone that believes in luck. I suggest making Friday TG+IF .... Tremendous G+ Interaction Friday
Social Communication, firmly convinced that good communication is the key of success.
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