Portugal is a country of strong contrasts. It’s, today, a country with a vast over urbanized sea-coast, and with a mostly inhabited interior. But, and that what I find more interesting, iit’s a country with villages very closed (every house is built next to another house), and villages where every house have it’s own space. […]
One friend post today, in Portuguese, in Facebook a note that he called "IMIGRA ou MIGRA?", asking if once once we get out of Portugal we forget about what it mean to be Portuguese. I’ll not link his note, because his profile is protected and the link would take most people nowhere. But I think […]
I walk slowly from home to the work in the morning, and do the same path in the oposite direction most days. Somedays my steps take a detour from this usual path, getting me to the coffee across the street from the office and I stay there for a couple hours after work, other days […]
Economic Left/Right: -5.75 Social Libertarian/Authoritarian: -7.59 Well, it looks that I’m a Left anarchist. Like that was anew thing… see my other blog (in Portuguese – anarcodemocracia.org. I found this test on Frederico’s Blog. You can do the test your self in the Political Compass.
I have a lot of blogs. And I’m really lazy. And when the task I’m doing is migrate blogs from one platform to another, I start asking myself… Should I migrate them all? Should I kill some of them? Should I keep them in the current platform until I have time to migrate them? In […]
Tonight, while listening to Rui Veloso – Do meu vagar some random things about me come to mind: I love Portuguese music, Rui Veloso, Luis Represas, Mafalda Veiga and Xutos & Pontapés above them all. I love to read and like to write. I have to much blogs. I live now in Amsterdam, but I’m […]