November 21, 2008

“Soñar con Japón”


Queridos amigos, tengo el placer de comunicarles que "Soñar con Japón" ya ha salido a la venta el dia de hoy. Este lindo libro fotográfico, producido por David Morales de Fotocompra.com, junto a un equipo de bloggers españoles radicados en Japón, comprende imagenes de este bello pais y esta escrito en ambos idiomas; castellano y japonés.

Tuve el gran honor de ser invitado a participar en este proyecto, y es con mucha felicidad que les invito a visitar los siguientes enlaces para ver un poco más de cerca este libro.

“Soñar con Japón”

Editor: David Morales (Manager, Fotocompra.com)


Autores:
Alejandro Cremades
David Esteban
Héctor García)
Javier Serrano

Prólogo: Celio Barreto

Concepto original, diseño y maquetación: Fotocompra.com
N° de páginas: 100
Tamaño: 19x19cm
Primera edición: 7 de Noviembre de 2008

May 06, 2008

Dad in Japan




Last week my old man came to Osaka to visit for a few days. We had a great time hanging out. It was his first time in Japan so I took him to a few key places in and around Osaka, Kyoto and Kobe. He was very happy indeed. He ate all the stuff I ordered for him and left the country fascinated with Japan. Here are a couple of pics:

March 07, 2008

PSP 2000

I am thoroughly convinced that the PSP 2000 was designed specially for me :) here's a list of the stuff I usually do with it:

Websurfing. by far the best web surfing gadget. full color and great res. the real portable web!

I watch TV on it. It's smart enough to show subtitles and I can listen to shows in english with the SAP function. Also, i record some of my fave shows with it and transfer them to my older PSP.

GPS. I jimmied up a mount for the PSP on my bike, so I get to plan my rides and use the PSP as a navigation unit.

Radio. I download a crapload of news and other radio show podcasts to keep me updated and entertained just before I go to bed, or on a slow day.

Movies. I sometimes plug it to the tv and watch movies on the big screen or projector at work.

Camera. great backup camera and video camera, been taking some pretty cool shots with the native 16:9 video format.

Games. Hmmm... not really, with all the other stuff this little machine can do, who needs games?