Thursday, April 26, 2012

Cell phones, cell phones for everybody

This is the most important technological object that I used. I can't go out without this. Even though that I don't have a modern cell phone with internet and touch screen, I think that is important bring it because could help you in so much situations.

Since less than six months that I have my actually cell phone, brand Sony Ericsson. It's grey with black and I used it everyday. Google send me my events of my calendar via SMS and is very useful. My contacts list has so much people of the secundary, university and family, so I take care it always.

In the past when the cell phone doesn't exist, the people don't have problems with follow their pocket diary and go out with a contact list. I think that now everybody is used of the comforts of the technology.

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Juana Fé

Today I will talk about one of my favorite band: Juana Fe. There career started in 2003 in the north zone of Santiago, where the whole band known them. The join of the cuban percussionist David Ortega influenced the rhythmic unique that this band combine with the locals histories that they listening in their neighborhoods. The band have three albums and multiple presentations in important stage like Festival de Viña del Mar, Festival de Olmué, Vive Latino and concerts along the country. 

I like their music because contain critics with the actual economic system and social themes. My favorite song is "La Bala" that talk about Victor Jara's killers that are in liberty and the social protest. Also I like "Chiquitita" and "Tengo Luquita" of the album called "La makinita". 

I saw this band a lot of times in Santiago and their shows are really great.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

My Autobiography

I'm Mauro Lizama. I was born in San Fernando, near Rancagua on June 22nd. I'm the last son of my parents. One sister's 24 and she is a journalist in the newspaper El Sur de Concepcion and the other is studying Phonoaudiology in Viña del Mar.

My firsts months of life I lived in Curicó, I learn to crawl in Valparaíso and walk in Los Andes. In 1996 my family moved to Punta Arenas where I lived nine years. Despite that I leave Punta Arenas six years ago, I still have contact with my old friends. In 2005 I moved to Puerto Varas where I finished the school.

Right now I am living in Santiago, because I'm studying Public Administration in Universidad de Chile. I'm playing with the basketball team called "Pública" in the Interschool Championship of the university. Also I'm an active member of  the Communist Party of Chile (PCCh) in his young structure.