There has been enough information on the Obama issue in the media, the geospatial issue has not been left out.
Among the most relevant was the release of Geo-eye's high resolution image just a couple of hours later, which makes us reflect on what life will be like in virtual worlds in 6 years. Also Google Earth It pleased Showing the best he can do, there were those who criticized if Obama really is black at Compare with Zaplana.
One of the applications that I liked was Obamicom that allows you to create your own image in the style of one of the most famous posters of the campaign led by Obama. I leave the sample with you and as I go on tour again, I allow myself to reflect a little on some perceptions from this side of the monitor.
The truth is that the way Obama became president of the United States leaves us with a pleasant taste because it reminds us that it is possible to achieve changes in what we call democracy, but that it is tainted by that bad habit of economic groups in deciding who can be eligible. The lesson is very good and there is much to be learned from there, as long as the "non-white" president offers a good lecture that not only was his inauguration glorious, but that he has more lessons to teach the world.
We Latin Americans are aware that a man is not able to solve the problems of humanity, much worse under the current conditions.
But we hope that the new US government at least forgets the madness of its oil war, which is surely one of the causes of the economic crisis that this nation is experiencing ... as a consequence, what happens there has repercussions at the regional and even global levels. Personally, I have a discomfort with the war because a childhood friend was a victim of this situation, for defending a country where he was not born and a flag that his mother only knew when they handed it over to give him the bad news. So it would be good for the United States to return to norms of tolerance for different ways of thinking, and stop acting on behalf of the UN; This would imply changing the way of seeing Cuba and paying attention to the decisions that have already been taken regarding the economic blockade.
There are not many Hispanic families that do not have a relative working legally or almost certainly illegally in that country. It is true that the Latin American countries that suffer the most from this problem have much to do on their own to solve the problems of unemployment, corruption and illiteracy. But we also hope that migratory phenomena are considered as they have historically been; human behavior for better destinations and not a criminal offense; so it is expected that migration policies will be executed in a more humane way by the country that was founded by immigrants… although Ricardo Arjona says it better.
I go on a trip… again, I leave you in the company of live Writer that something will show you in the rest of the weekend.