The new site is already in testing stage, you can access it here.
It’s located in Morgoth, the IEEE server in the Telecommunications School of València. It’s running Postnuke (after a lot of futile trying with Slash. Configuration and look will be tuned during this week (I hope), and soon we will move to Morgoth (when I manage to move the existing articles from Blog to Postnuke).
Victor Stinger has done a good (but maybe short) job on how to answer theist people and their arguments. The original document in English is here.
There’s also an Spanish translation, here.
This is completely absurd. It has no sense, but it’s funny: a guy who has implanted a (really small) webserver in a fly. Here.
This man should be really stupid. Sure. In this article he states that Apple is anti-Christian (‘cos Mac OS X is based on Darwin), FreeBSD developers are devil friends (remember the logo) and a lot of other ridiculous things.
What more scares me is there’s people out there who believes in trolls like Mr. Paley. All these people need to visit The Skeptical Inquirer, the Skeptic Review or sites-like (in Spanish: Alternativa Racional a las Pseudociencias – Sociedad para el Avance del Pensamiento Crítico)
By the way, here you have another demonstration of stupidity (with FreeBSD’s logo, again).
Caja Negra Teatro representa “El perro del hortelano”, de Lope de Vega
Mi ex-grupo de teatro representa del 25 al 28 de abril en la Universitat Politècnica de València la obra de teatro “El perro del hortelano”. Teneis información completa en el web de Caja Negra Teatro
Os recomiendo que vayais a verla, el año pasado representamos “Cruzadas” (de Michel Azama) y “El sueño de una noche de verano” (de William Shakesperare), con un rotundo éxito (más de 4000 espectadores).
Here you have a bear shits that prime numbers. You can even appear in the classification, if you are patient enough (and have a powerful computer).
DIY: PC water cooler
Here you have an article explaining how to build your own PC water-cooled freezer. With photos. Funny, at least.
Here you have it: an electronics company has developed drinking glasses which signal when they are almost empty so that table staff know when to bring a refill.
Of course, it has been invented in Japan.