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El Economista ofrece un producto balanceado. Es obvio que se centra en temas económicos ya que las noticias reflejan la realidad económica actual de México. Los artículos son muy informativos y pueden incluso ayudar a diseñar estrategias de negocio o mejorar las finanzas personales. Una de mis secciones favoritas es el "termómetro financiero" pero también hay noticias de alcance internacional y de política nacional y exterior. Otras veces encuentro temas muy interesantes respecto a avances tecnológicos y de cultura, lo cual sólo mejora su rating.En resumen, una muy buena opción, sobre todo por el bajo costo de suscripción (en comparación con otros periódicos en versión kindle para México). Entre los aspectos que pudieran mejorar es que no utilizan ninguna imagen* en sus ejemplares (se puede entender que no agrega sustancia a la noticia pero le da un mejor aspecto) y que éstos sólo se producen de lunes a viernes.* Quizá el hecho de que los ejemplares tengan sólo texto sea una característica escencial para su bajo costo debido al tamaño del archivo que se tiene que mandar por las redes inalámbricas.
Si lo que te gusta es el sandungueo y no tienes este disco, ya estas tarde. Comparado con la mayoria del Regeaton Tego pone mas variedad, y varias canciones ni siquiera son regeaton. Plante Banderas es una Salsa de Tommy Olivencia por ejemplo, y se siente un poco de reggea de Yellowman en Bonsai. El mezclar estas y mas influencias le da a este disco un sabor sin igual.Ahora, Tego a veces united states of america mucha profanidad en este disco lo cual no le gusta a una gente. Si eso te molesta este no es un disco para ti, pero si eso te molesta probablemente no estarias mirando un disco de perreo.
Pesima aplicacion Es de las peores aplicaciones que hay para android. Tarda mucho en abrir, no se actualiza sola cuando por fin se abre, el diseño es de lo peor... lastima que el norte solo le eche ganas a los iphones y ipads. NO PUEDE SER EL COLMO. DESPUES DE LA ULTIMA APLICACION NO FUNCIONA HAHAHA QUE MUGRERO DE APP
No personalizable y con publicidad La application dice ser personalizable porque puedes elegir las secciones que deseas version en portada, esto es mentira ya que obliga a version todas las secciones, solo son opcionales algunas como la de Gadgets. Esto provoca un gasto enorme de datos en noticias que no le interesan a uno, haciendo además que la application sea mas lenta al cargar. Ademas, porqué tiene publicidad si estamos pagando suscripción? Para colmo ya le agregaron a fuerza una sección del DF.
Cece is my daughter and I am so very proud of her for baring her soul to write El Deafo. She worked 5 years to write and illustrate her graphic novel and it carries so many, a lot of messages to everyone who reads it. I had hoped Cece would write this book ever since she started having her Sock Mobkey books published. I believe she is benefiting from her book-related travels and experiences as much as her readers benefit from her book. Thanks for askin'. Sincerely, A Proud Mama
I'm not Graeme but I am his daughter. I got this book the day after I turned 10 and I was so excited to read it I read it as soon as I got home. I read more than half of the book in one day and didn't wish to go to dinner because I read from 3:00 until 6:00. The next day I took the book to school and read it at silent reading time and I was so sad when silent reading was over because the book is so amazing. I read it in any spear time I had. I love love love this book! I am not much of a reader and don't really like it but this book is unbelievable and because of it I like to read. I hope you see this Cece. You are such a powerful girl and I feel so sorry for the poor times you had. Love Ruby
When I read the reviews for El Deafo, I thought it would be a more serious book since it deals with some serious problems in the story. So I place off borrowing the book from the library for my daughter. On a whim, I finally decided to give it a test and I am so glad I did. I read it to my children, and both of them were cracking up. They thought the book was hilarious! We have since re-borrowed the book from the library so I finally decided to buy them a copy. CeCe Bell created a graphic novel that was personal, humorous, and touching which is difficult to do with a graphic novel for children. I highly recommend this graphic novel for kids and adults!
تطبيق سئ جدا لا يرقى لمستوى التطلعات من فضلكم عالجو مشكلة ال sms لا يمكن تفعيل الحساب دون الرقم السري المستلم على الهاتف لكن موقعكم لا يبعث أي رسالة تفعيل و أيضا يرجى إضافة خاصية (نسيان الرقم السري على التطبيق) لتمكين المستخدم من استرجاع حسابه إذا نسي كلمة المرور و إصلاح العديد من النقائص و شكرا.
I saw The Black Keys in concert for the first time at The Aragon in Chicago over fresh years 2011 on the 'Brothers' Tour. I can tell you that it was the most refreshing present I have seen in years. Rock and Roll in its truest form is a lost art. There are very few bands right now that succeed in producing the classic blues-rock feeling of loud hard charging guitar riffs, solos, and refrains mixed with more relaxed classic blues tracks. I would argue that there aren't any in this generation that have been doing it as consistently as The Black at being said, this album is much more pop-rock than blues-rock. Don't obtain me wrong, it's amazing pop-rock, and it creates a more broad radio-friendly fan base. An undeniably genius business decision by the band. It lacks what we all loved about 'Thickfreakness' and much of 'Attack and Release' et al in the dirty, blusey, deliberate and easy guitar riffs and solos that a lot of of us view as the band's most successful tom line is that this is a amazing rock album; something lacking in today's melody world. I'd love to see at least a couple blues tracks on it, but I can't blame the band for what they have become.
The title of this recording is misleading because only eight of the eleven pieces were actually written by Piazzolla. And, those of you that like your melody sans vocals, you will be disappointed to learn that two of the eight pieces by Piazzolla are sung and one is narrated leaving only five Piazzolla e vocal pieces are inappropriate and break the spell of this recording and are not even sung in Spanish. As a matter of fact, the "Preludio Para El Ano" was translated from Spanish to Italian so that the diva would be able to sing in her native language! The other French vocal piece is also loud and obnoxious.If you can obtain this cheap then do so because two pieces by Piazzolla, "Pachouli" and "Milonga Per Tre" are exquisite as is "Los Mareados" by Juan 51 minutes, the skimpiest of the recordings chronicling Kremer's voyage across the melody of Astor Piazzolla.
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Nueva versión Crashea UPDATE Acabo de actualizar la nueva versión y en cuestión de segundos aparece notificación de cierre forzoso cada vez que lo abro. Urge solución !!! Update: esto ya quedó solucionado. Pero ahora en esta versión mandan notificaciones de noticias... lo cual está bien... pero manden las 2 más importantes del dia... no 30!!!
I’m stunned speechless! This highly anticipated book was everything I knew it would be! It literally took my breath away! There were times I had to place it down for a second to obtain my anxiety level under control but would immediately picked it right back up! There’s really no method to describe this book accurately it’s a definite must read! Absolutely phenomenal!! I’m stunned, amazed and in utter awe!!
e.H??? Lawd! I have been out of my mind the moment I hit Chapter 22 of this book. I am known for cussing author when I am being passionate but, I am telling you Monica Robinson.. yeah you M, I am yelling curses at you now in the highest volume I can muster, with bulging eyes, nose sticking out with nostrils flared and blood rushing through my face. Gah! With this profanities, I will be the devil's right hand in no time!El Santo.. where should I begin? I honestly don't know what to say or where to even start this, but just to allow it out... El Santo took me out of my book slump the moment I read the first Chapter. Man, I have been patiently/impatiently waiting for this book that I relished it from begin to [email protected]#$%!& grabbed me and I don't wish to allow go. I am stunned speechless because M. Robinson always delivers. This time she did it with class in a globe of heartbreak, cruelty and raw passion, power and intensity, leaving me with my heart shattered to bits of pieces and my mind out of my sanity.What can I say? This is M. Robinson and her all things angsty. Damien Montero..gah! This man consumed me despite my hate-love relationship with him. His complexity created my blood boil yet I loved him to pieces. He's a sinner more than a saint yet his darkness created me captivated with him. On the other hand, Amira's innocence and resilience got me. This woman had so much to suffer but I admire her strength and her will to move on. Together their connection is undeniable and uncontrollable. Their like fire that keeps on burning and that's what created me hold on reading more of their journey. With Damien trying to keep back with all his might and Amira fighting for it. Ahhhh... how I feel for them with all my ain, Monica nailed it, this time leaving me with this inexplainable feeling I just wish to yell at the rooftops for you all to read it or just cuss out M. Maybe both, yeah read the book and cuss M after. El Santo lived through his name and the evil queen M that she is, weaved his story with so much gritty and strong feels that all throughout I was in the edge anticipating for the next scene. For a while I was so lost, I was craving for more. I required more. I was burning with so much passion and need .I was so hungry for Damien and Amira. I was at that point where I wanted to keep on to something I just couldn't grasp. When I hit the ending, I understood why. Lawd have mercy on my beating heart!Overall, this book is must read. There's a reason why you need to trust an author. I am so glad I did with M. I trusted her brilliant imagination and perfect writing skills to take me to a journey worth riding. I enjoyed it. I love how it took me to the edge, wanting and begging for more. I just love EL Santo!Do me a favor, Read El Santo. Don't thank me. Cuss M after.
I am a fan of Raina Telgemeir's graphic novels based on her childhood. When she blurbed El Deafo, I knew I would have fun it.Cece loses her hearing at the age of four as a effect of sudden illness. All at once, she has to relearn how to communicate with those around her, including family and friends. School turns out to be a bit tricky, since she can't read her teacher's lips at all times. Not to worry. Phonic Ear to the rescue!Cece's Phonic Ear hearing aid gives her superpowers, but it also makes her feel alienated and different, not the easiest things to juggle while trying to create friends...and growing up. Sheesh.I loved the illustrations, info and storyline. I was especially moved by her afterword about deaf culture and hearing impairment. Definitely worth reading whether you're a child or an adult."I felt different, and in my mind being various wasn't a amazing thing. I secretly, and openly, believed that my deafness, in making me so different, was a disability. And I was ashamed.""As I grew up, however, I created some positive discoveries about deafness and about myself. I'm no longer ashamed of being deaf, nor do I think of myself as someone with a disability...To the child me, being deaf was a defining characteristic, one I tried to hide. Now it defines a smaller part of me, and I don't test to hide it-much. Today, I view my deafness as more of an occasional nuisance, and oddly enough, as a gift: I can turn off the sound of the globe anytime I want, and retreat into peaceful silence."
I bought this graphic novel for my 9 year old granddaughter and she has read it multiple times. She says it is one of the best books she's ever read. She isn't overly enthralled with reading and graphic novels seem to be one of the few things that will interest her. I want this author had more graphic novels to buy.
This was an incredibly sweet story that gets weakened by its own hook: A girl who loses her hearing at a young age comes to regard her hearing-aid as something that gives her super-powers and invents an imaginary superhero persona for herself. As a story of what it's like to grow up hearing-impaired, this book is fantastic. Heck, as a story of what it's like to grow up, *period*, this book is fantastic, and I admit I finished the book wishing I could mark along more into the protagonist's life. But what dragged on the book were her periods of fancy imagining herself to be the superhero "El Deafo" -- this was a very true element of the author's own childhood, so it couldn't have been left out, and it's even the foremost reason that I suspect people will buy the book (as was real for me). But I would have liked to see less superheroics and more private growth. Overall, an perfect read.
El Pais provides perfect in depth coverage of Europe and Latin America. A lot of of the articles are written at a sophisticated level above the typical US newspaper. My only regret is that there is not an English edition though reading it in Spanish is a amazing method to review and hold my Spanish relatively fresh. I would rate this newspaper up there with the NY Times and Washington Post, especially the Friday and Sunday editions.
I still remember the first time I heard Isidro Lopez singing " 'sta tarde pa' arrepentirnos" and I just could hardly believe the hero of that voice. This is my favorite CD of all my melody collection. Even my gabacho (Anglo) neighbors have fallen in love with it. His is the most special and compelling male voice in Tejano music. Como Isidro Lopez, no hay dos.
Isidro "El Indio" is my father and I am very proud of him. My father is not only my father but the father of Tejano Music. My father opened the doors for Tejano music. People have forgotten where it all started, its a shame how some of these fresh artist dont know about their roots and dont give credit where credit is due. I wish to thank my Dad's fans who remember where Tejano melody began.
Chris Dunnett combines impeccable technique, powerful musicianshipand solid songwriting on this CD that combines flamenco, classical, Middle-Eastern and pop styles. My private favouritesare the attractive Yo Se Que Yo Puedo, the Arabic sounding Samson & Dilemma and a unbelievable cover of the traditional Maleguena.
Nice information. Deep economical and financial news. Amazing distribution of the info and very useful presence of transient sections treating current interest subjects (e.g. the energetic reform).The main disadvantage is a complete disentanglement with social or economical strata other than the highest ones. Despite a general spirit of objectivity, this bias is reflected in articles or journalists that write pure propagandist notes, always in defense of companies, investors, and personal interest. For instance, one article (which did not appeared as an opinion article) opposed economical reforms arguing that it affected a fictitious person of middle class which income was nothing less than ~80 000 pesos (>6000 USD) per month (!!!!!!), which is the middle class of Norway but clearly not Mexico's. Other propaganda is apparently in favor of Queretaro government because positive articles about it are overrepresented in a highly significant statistical method (I performed a non parametric test). Without those drawbacks this newspaper could be among the three best ones in Mexico.
Having known Mijares' songs for more than 10 years now, I was quite disappointed with this CD. I expected to search on it all those attractive songs which reminded me of the satisfied year I had lived in Mexico, of the unbelievable concert I had seen. And the songs, indeed, were all the "classic" ones I had been looking for, but in fresh arrangements -and they may be very amazing indeed and so is the appearance of his fellow singers, but they just don't have the original "vibe" anymore... So, if you know Mijares from the late 1980, you risk to be disappointed, too!
That's right. This is a amazing CD. And yes, you should take the cover sticker suggestion and "Play Loud". It rocks for sure. However, if you are sporting a stereo with mediocre speakers or an amp/receiver with a high level of THD you will probably blow your speakers rocking this at your normal high volume. The whole thing was recorded/printed at the highest level I have heard on a CD in a while. Probably 70% of normal rocking volume will do to thump this in all it's glory without damaging your at said, this is a amazing effort. You will wish to hear the whole thing several times. There is everything here that created The Black Keys one of my favorite fresh bands after hearing "Brothers". Yes, that's right, I am a come lately and have only delved back in to their history as far as " Attack and Release" but I love them. I have heard a couple cuts from "Magic Potion " and will discover more in time. But for now, the latest three releases are plenty to listen favorite tracks are: Gold on the Ceiling, Small Black Submarines, Run Right Back and Mind Eraser. However, there is not a poor song on the CD.
If you don't already own Bothers (2010) and the Black Keys 2002 album The Huge Come Up, then do not buy this album (Now). Go buy Brothers and The Huge Come Up both of which are better. El Camino is a very amazing album. Is it a small more main stream then their earlier blues rock work? Yes. You can debate whether adding back up singers dilutes the Black Keys or augments the Black Keys... but their are quality tunes on the CD. This work in more commercial and is aimed at a wider audience than their earlier works. The Black Keys have hit a critical mass. Brothers went Platinum. This was destined to happen. Those that are only satisfied when they complaining will can call it a sell out. I do not see it this way. I see it as some amazing musicians who worked hard playing little venues for a decade finally getting well paid and well recognized. They are giving their fresh broader audience what they want. This is not their greatest album ever but there is plenty on this CD to please their long term fans.
I've never been a large Black Keys fan. Yeah, it's derivative but what isn't? They just do their influences well and their influences happen to be Hendrix and the like. Everything is a copy of something else that often wasn't very amazing in the first place. They have been influenced by quality stuff. This one works for me because it gets you to rocking and weavin in the vehicle and they seem to have hit some kind of groove. So, for me, it's a classic. It has Lonely Boy and their free bird/stairway to heaven like song small black submarines, there isn't a weak song top to bottom.I never liked El Caminos though. A vehicle with a truck bed seemed odd to me. At the time, people thought they were cool. (Of course, a lot of people back then were just high and El Caminos were probably more funny than cool. They probably thought they were hallucinating--Look! A car! no wait. A truck! haha.)
While my rating does not reflect in any method the talent of the artists on this cd, it does reflect my impressions of the performances. The album does not capture the excitement and the tension of Piazzolla's bands. Unless you have all of Piazzolla's work and need to hear other interpretations of it, I would reccomend buying something by Piazzolla's band such as: Concert in Central Park, Tango:Zero Hour, La Camorra or The Rough Dancer and the Cyclical Night.
The has to be one the best Cocoband productions ever. Pochy (Alfonso Vásquez) is a very talented artist who not only stands out for his merengue but has wonderful salsa and cha cha talent. Pochy's Cocoband is special and dominated the 90's merengue era especially until around 1997 (a humble estimate). This particular album surely played a large role in the band's success since it [email protected]#$%!s like "Salsa con Coco"," La compota" and "A usted lo botan". These songs were crowd favorites but the others too could have easily been favorites among loyal fans. El Arrollador, a very appropriate title is a must have for merengue fans and it's a nice reminder of an era in merengue; very up tempo, fun lyrics, amazing dancing. Once you hear this album you will understand what I mean. It's one of those that can be played from begin to finish without skipping a song on the cd. Merengue like this is nice reminder of how amazing "true merengue is". This album is a rare search and is a Pochy y su Cocoband classic.
Obra que confunde por su perfección al creador, cercano a la deidad sólo pudo ser, te lleva por los caminos de jazz, blues, acompañando por solos mounstruosos de trompeta y sabor caribe a descarga borinqueña. Altamente recomendado, para una buena discoteca, trabajo que no debe faltar.
★★ SPOILER-FREE REVIEW ★★Another phenomenal and must-read of 2017 by the Queen of Angst! How does she do it? I swear, this author can take you on a magic carpet ride and transport you back in time when such necessary happenings were taking put in the world. This is what M Robinson does; her spellbinding words capture us hook line and sinker and we never wish to allow go. You think you know... but be prepared ‘cus you know nothing about El Santo! Damien and Amira were EVERYTHING and I absolutely loved them together! They are my fresh favorite couple! #Soulmates #TeamDamira It’s stories like this, with unforgettable and special storylines that stay with us forever. If you loved El Diablo and The Amazing Ol’ Boys, then you’ll love El Santo as it’s a blend of both. You obtain the angst and the @#$%!&? character who no matter how hard you test to hate, will victory you over! As for me, I will go and wallow in misery because the book is over and I wish more!
The Condor. El Condor is directed by John Guillermin and written by Larry Cohen and Steve Carabatsos. It stars Jim Brown, Lee Van Cleef, Patrick O'Neal, Marianna Hill and Iron Eyes Cody. Melody is by Maurice Jarre and cinematography by Henri Persin. Luke (Brown), an escaped chain-gang fugitive, and Jaroo (Cleef), a gold prospector, decide to join forces in an assault on a Mexican fort that is thought to house the gold reserves of Emperor Maximilian. Backed by a band of Apache Indians, the mission is on, but the fort is heavily armed and General Chavez (O'Neal) is a shrewd and ruthless leader of the Mexican defenders. Ebert didn't like it, it's most divisive amongst genre aficionados, while the charge of it being a mindless action movie carries some substance, but oh what raucous - riotous - rambunctious fun it is! It would be folly to argue about the acting being amazing here, it simply isn't, with both Cleef and Brown getting by on charisma, screen presence and light airy by-play. Yet Guillerman and producer Andre De Toth knew how to create an action film, and how to create the action impact with as much force as possible. The spectacle on present here is quite something, from the Technicolor photography that brings Andalusia vividly to life, to the magnificent adobe fort - and to the incredibly huge cast members indulging in brutal and bloody battles, El Condor knows exactly what it needs to do to entertain the viewers. There's also the sizzle factor, brought about by some nude scenes that ensured the picture would obtain the highest classification upon its original release. Yet regardless of these scenes being tame by today's standards, they surely are not in the movie for gratification sake anyway, there's a simmering ity in the film from the off. What with its wrought machismo and breaking down of racial boundaries, it makes up for what it lacks in subtlety with high temperature atmospherics. Anyway, in spite of what you might have heard about Hill's "full monty" scene, it is beautifully erotic and it's no stretch to believe that she could, in that moment in time, stop an troops in its tracks! Attagirl. Maurice Jarre has a grand old time scoring the picture, blending stirring boom time with japery laced tinkles, it's a most appropriate musical accompaniment. So with that comes the observation that El Condor is not successful in making any deep meaningful observations on either the human condition or politico posturing. What it does do is have a bloody amazing time, with its bloody brutal action sequences, a body count via gun-play that would fill out a battle film and the ly charged atmosphere, El Condor is mindless but pure unadulterated entertainment. So Amen to that! 8/10