'Westworld': Everything under Control?

Michael Crichton already warned us half a century ago, through cinema, of the dangers that lie in wait for human beings when they play at being gods, unleashing their creative hand. Westworld (1973), apart from being the first film to introduce computer-generated images in two dimensions, already advanced us in a certain way the concept of artificial intelligence… and its possible consequences. Read More

'Soylent Green', Future Grub

The cinema has sometimes been a perfect tool to transfer to fiction the future existence of dystopian societies, devastated by misery and despair, whose degree of dehumanization would seem impossible to achieve in a supposedly civilized world like ours. However, one of those films, released almost half a century ago, and whose plot curiously takes place in the year 2022, is full of disturbing and creepy winks to the present moment. Read More

In the Kingdom of Mediocrity...

... where the mediocre is the king... and the sublime, the villain.

It is practically mandatory to turn to the past to read a good book, listen to a brilliant song, watch a magnificent movie or admire an extraordinary work of art. And not because there are no excellent writers, composers and artists today, but because there is an effort to impose the poisonous, degrading and decadent “creativity” that floods the mass media, the internet and social networks, turning those ones into a kind of freaks and the true freaks into social references. Read More

Coup de Grâce to Entrepreneurship?

The self-employed workers are a sector that, despite its significant weight in the Spanish productive fabric, continues to be mistreated and humiliated time and time again by the government in power, as well as betrayed by those who claim to represent it – in reality always genuflecting and dramatizing its real objective: to continue sucking on public money -. Now, the current Executive intends precisely that, an execution. Give, with its intended and false reform, the coup the grâce not only to this group, but also to entrepreneurship in general. Being self-employed and not dying trying, some have always said with a certain irony; From now on, with this new and perverse plan, trying it will be a real recklessness, only suitable for suicidal drivers. Read More

Caught by The Net

What happened to that ocean of freedom and democratization in access to information that the Internet brought as standard? Are we more or less free since the emergence of The Network of networks in our lives? Did it begin as a vehicle of freedom and has it ended up becoming an instrument of control? Perhaps… have we fallen into The Network? Or have we been trapped by it? And once entangled… how to get out of it?  Read More

Galicia is Spain...

... but Spain is not only Galicia.

Spain desperately needs a change of course. In fact we are living it. This dark and recent stage, blacker than coal, must come to an end. That collusion, that consensus between rulers, parties, employers, unions and the media must end. Read More

Carles Enric & The Little Ants

There are those who have possibly done more to strengthen Democracy in Spain in just two years than those who are supposed to have done it daily and full time in the last four decades.

For a couple of years, day in and day out, this expert analyst and communicator has not stopped insisting on the idea that from the beginning of his communicative adventure he has defended with firmness and arguments: that Democracy will be strengthened after this turbulent stage that we are living. How is it possible that a single person, with hardly any resources, has managed to have as much or even greater influence than media nurtured with huge amounts of public money? Where is the secret? Read More