A few days ago (15.06.15) the Microsoft Conference at the E3 2015 took place. After several years without paying much attention to it, this year Microsoft managed to leave me hyped: FREE backward compatibility with 360 games, “early access” games, the incredible Fallout 4… and news about Gears of War. Continue reading “Gears of War: Ultimate Edition”
For a bit more than a month I’ve now been wearing the black, 38 mm model Apple Watch Sport on my wrist (there’s also a 42 mm model). I wanted to wait a few weeks before writing an opinion, in order to get used to wearing it, as well as to habits such as charging it daily, its vibrating notifications on my wrist, etc.
Continue reading “One month with the Apple Watch – Opinion”
Today I’ll talk about my experience at the British Open University. Just how I explained in my post about our first year in London, last October I started the first module of the BSc in Computing and IT. I would like to explain my experience so far, the reasons that led me to choose this university, and why this was the right decision. Continue reading “Studying at the OU: Introduction and first module”
I will dedicate today’s post to our little Easter escape. The past the last few days of March, 28, 29 and 30, out of London. We had been planning a little trip for a good while in order to see some other UK cities, and we also had quite a few things to celebrate; the most important ones, the end of my phase in Wagamama and Sarita’s achievement to get a full-time position as a Teaching Assistant at Merton Park Primary School. Continue reading “UK (II): Escape to Bletchley Park, Birmingham and Manchester”
This post is about a Spanish TV series involving time travel through the most iconic episodes in Spain’s history. If you speak Spanish I seriously recommend this series. Have a look at the Spanish version of this post for more about the series!
Want to give it a go? Watch it at RTVE’s (Spanish Public TV) Website!
For the last few weeks. I’ve been using one of Western Digital’s My Cloud NAS (Network Attached Storage) devices. In today’s post, I’ll bring you my opinion. Continue reading “WD My Cloud, getting our cloud storage”
As many of you know, I’ve been living in London with my partner for about a year and a half now. During this period we’ve been through many different experiences: the arrival, our first room in a shared house, job seeking, moving to another house, and finally, studying at a British university. Continue reading “UK (I): Arrival in London and getting used to a new country”