These days the blog has been a bit abandoned and it is because I have already started working in Madrid and I have not had much time to update it.

It’s not that work absorbs me completely but I’m still adapting and at home I do not have Internet.

At the moment I’m getting used to this city although where Salamanca is … it makes me angry not to be with my friends, with the people I love and do all those things I used to do.

Today I have returned to Salamanca to finish my last exam, and finally I am a Senior Engineer;)
This stage of my life ends, no more university, the work begins and it is now when I perfectly understand the phrase: “As a student you live very well”

Free your mobile

In the latest advertising campaign of Yoigo explain in detail various ways to free your mobile phone, from the most obvious, which is to call your operator and ask, they will ask for the IME and if you have finished your contract of permanence they will release you, until offering pages where the process is explained.

The last resort is the best known, find a store near the house where they can be released in the back room.

It seems to me a little shameless that it is a company that “incites” to release the phones, but it is clear, here the one that does not run …

In some cases we can find software over the network to free our phone, a few days ago we talked about how you could release an iPhone using software.

Mouse with vein reader

Although we are used to seeing “disparate” things in the world of technology, now Fujitsu has just launched a mouse with a vein reader, that is, if it is not you, the computer will not work. It is based on a biometric technique that recognizes the veins in the palm of the hand.

You did not know..

1. It is impossible to commit suicide by holding your breath.
2. There is a city called Rome on every continent.
3. The body of Jeremy Bentham is present at all important meetings of the University of London.
4. The food that causes more allergies in humans is milk.
5. Coca-Cola would be green if you did not add dye.
6. The fourth part of your body bones are on your feet.
7. The location of a donkey’s eyes on its head, allows them to see the four helmets at all times.
8. Like fingerprints, the imprint of the language is different in each individual.
9. Bees kill more people each year than snakes.
10. The first confirmed blood transfusion happened in 1667 when Jean-Baptiste Denis transferred a liter of lamb’s blood to a young man.
11. An English woman sneezed about 2.7 million times in 2.5 years. In each sneeze, it expelled about 6 liters of air. During his sneeze attack he broke a world record, he blew out enough air to fill eight hot air balloons.
12. The American farmer Charles Osborne (1894-1991) had a hiccup attack in 1922 that continued until 1990. That is to say, he was 68 years old with constant hiccups
13. Honey is the only food that does not spoil. Honey has been found in the tombs of Egyptian pharaohs that after being tasted by archaeologists, was declared edible.
14. A cat’s urine glows in a phosphorescent light.
15. Earth is the only planet in our solar system that does not receive its name from a deity.
16. The oldest chewing gum in the world is 9,000 years old.
17. Slugs have 4 noses.
18. The British Queen Elizabeth I saw herself as a paragon of virtues in terms of cleanliness. He claimed to bathe once every three months whether he needed it or not.
19. Owls are the only birds able to see the color blue.