When you don’t try your best, but you succeed. When you go where you want, but not where you need. When you laugh so hard, but you can’t feel. Stuck in routine. And the fears come visiting down your lane. When you find something you didn’t expect. When you don’t…

In the CryptoWorld every single thing is complicated and fast. Hey! Don’t miss a beam of the magic. Beware, with a little bit of this, a little bit of that, no wand but your hand to grasp a little BitYard

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The new economy theme park has it solid foundations built on the swampy Satoshi Blockchain and its inherent Trilemma: decentralized, scalable and secure.

There are more than sixteen thousand crypto-attractions to amuse the visitor! Those bricks were quickly, irrationally and improvisedly deposited, overlapping one another without unifying cement on top…

Cristo crucificado DIEGO RODRÍGUEZ DE SILVA Y VELÁZQUEZ, Copyright de la imagen ©Museo Nacional del Prado

In the current times of new formulae of digital art consumption there is still an indelible image. It is possibly one of the most represented scenes in history in the different artistic forms. …

Para sanar necesitamos ayuda para salir en busca del único que nos puede curar completamente. Tenemos que ir más allá de la comodidad, con creatividad, persistencia y sin vergüenza.

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Esta es la historia lejana y actual de cinco amigos de la vida que posiblemente habían tenido circunstancias de vidas similares, pero distintas. Unos más espirituales, otros fracasados, éste de aquí más fiel, aquel de allá independiente, uno charlatán y otro más golpeado.

Uno de ellos había nacido paralítico. Sus…

Today, we celebrate the first glorious anniversary of the Information Purification Directives. We have created, for the first time in all history, a garden of pure ideology — where each worker may bloom, secure from the pests purveying contradictory thoughts. Our Unification of Thoughts is more powerful a weapon than any fleet or army on earth. We are one people, with one will, one resolve, one cause. Our enemies shall talk themselves to death, and we will bury them with their own confusion. We shall prevail!

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Possibly we enter the year of the Conquest of the Metaverse. 2021 was a lie; the Metaverse doesn’t exist yet. As with the Conquest of America others arrived before Christopher Columbus (Vikings in Newfoundland and African navigators may have arrived 3,500 before Columbus), but it was until October 12, 1492…

Is the bravest person the one who always fights even knowing that he will lose? The intelligence of knowing when to fight and when to not fight can be confused with cowardice? Is it possible that the fulfillment of destiny is outside the expectations of others?

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The Four Feathers is a book by A.E.W. Mason published in 1902. The main character Harry Faverham renounces his responsibilities, asks for discharge from the army and refuses for fear of traveling to Egypt and Sudan to fight with his companions. His desertion is taken as an act of cowardice…

The FOMO, the McDonaldization of processes, the blockchain and cryptos, curiosity and the need to play to earn set the actual standard for entering the Metaverse

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They say that Las Vegas Casinos do not have clocks or windows and that they require minimal effort to gamble and that there is almost no friction or discomfort to sit down, play and take no notice of the time… Time passes without having a notion of what is happening…

The look is enigmatic, attractive, mysterious, beautiful, penetrating. Zooming out appear the skin pores, nose, mouth. The face becomes exciting, familiar. We still only look at the look of the Metaverse, we need to take distance to see its whole face and begin to tell apart

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When the Berlin Wall fell (November 9, 1989) that artificial sociocultural, economic and bellicose boundary between West and East fell with it. Suddenly the world went flat (Thomas L. Friedman, 2005) and the Cold War was left as a bad memory of near atomic bombs and near total destruction lost…


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