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eGeomate: here among us

clip_image001This week, apart from waiting a new nanny for my children, I had the opportunity to meet a blog’s friend who contacted me before I came to this land and told me he wanted an interview for personal purposes. I was flattered to know that from a couple of flown hours he reads me and occasionally promotes these readings among his students from the south of the mainland; after a couple of coffee cups the protocol was over and we could talk about human themes.

With his permission I will convey the most enjoyable of our conversation, which made me reflect, when I ran in the afternoon while my back was trying to sweat, in the enormous cold of this season, so as to lose the pounds that the exquisite catering from my mother-in-law could leave.

Our goals are similar

The coffee flavored as doughnut made us laugh at the follies of our president eating melon on TV, as well as his wanting to fix the Honduran crisis without even power to resolve the one of its people.

And that is, wherever you are, outside join by the kml term, we have similar aspirations. We differ in moral criteria because these change with age and the delta of the UTM zone that divides us, so we can not match between the pleasure for having children now, shout out to air our religious beliefs or the social point of view of the left.

But everyone of us, want to overcome comprehensively, learn something new every day, sell more this year, have a better salary, tackle our problems of employment; whether we suffer psychological harassment or tend to act like Narcissus with our happiness, finally, we all aspire to be less harmful to those who cause our success.

No matter where you are, half of your goals will be overcome through your efforts, the other half will depend on the opportunity you give to others to help you improve… like I hope

This blog is not due to me.

Ultimately, the question he asked me was repeated just as the beginning: who more writes in Geofumadas. In this couple of years I have learned that the items must leave from the readers, if there is something educational in the statistics is that you can know the concerns of visitors for this reason is that Geofumadas’ content is more than something from my exciting routine mixed with what others are wondering out there.

Then it means that this blog is not because its author, my preferences are not branded software, but in 2009 I decided to write a considerable amount of issues about AutoDesk Civil 3D to balance the routine marked with Bentley and demand in readers. The same reason why I have planned for 2010 to poke the guts to ArcGIS 9.3 from an Acer Aspire One


The limitations of the template I can not overcome, because I prefer to stay in Cartesianos instead of moving completely to my Geofumadas.com, in return, I hope to keep readers for content’s love. But ultimately, unlike others think, half the things I speak about, have been learned while I was writing, a practice which need to investigate … I write from what is usually routine at work and what I do not write a lot, is what I don’t know much (or anything).

And what do I earn with the blog?

The utilities of having a blog are, beyond recognition, those things that will fill the gap of their own dissatisfaction and passing things like these. But in 5 years, in which possibly this fashion known as blogs may be an obsolete issue, certainly I will be pleased to know new places, new friends, new topics and open new opportunities for readers … and for me. But that is also temporary.

When I finished running today, my wife called me and told me it seems that we already have nanny, I felt relieved because Monday finish my vacation. After pondering this issue I felt melancholy, I called my children who accompanied me all day and gave them that hug that today I had not given them. Those things… are eternal.

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