jueves, 24 de julio de 2008


1.How do you like your university?
I really like this university; I think is one of the best here in maracaibo

2.How many subject are you taking this semester?
6 subjects

3. What is your major? Why did you choose your major? Do you have any regrets?
English class, because i like to learn english every day

4. Are there some professors that you can learn from more easily than others? What are the qualities that make you want to study for a certain professor? Who is your favorite teacher?
there are teachers that make the class easier or more difficult. It’s depends the way how the teacher theach.

5. How did you decide which college to attend?
Well, because i want to graduate and have a career

6. What are three big differences between your college life so far and your high school dayS?
The subjects, the teachers and the test are very diferents

7. Are you more independent from your parents now than you were in high school?
Yes ofcourse, because now I do everything myself and in the high school my parents helped me and represented

8. What is the most difficult class you have taken so far?
The physical class

9. Are you a member of any student groups? Which ones? What do you do? Are you satisfied with what's happening with your group(s)?
I’m not member of any group.

10. What are the top three changes you would like to see happen at your university?
I don’t know.. maybe extend the university

11. What are the top three things you hope to get out of (get as a result of) your university days?
Definitely, have a good job in a good company

My Favorite Cartoon: THe SimpsonS

The Simpsons is an American animated sitcom which was created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. It is a satirical parody of the middle class American lifestyle epitomized by its titular family, which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie. The show is set in the fictional town of Springfield, and it lampoons many aspects of the human condition, as well as American culture, society as a whole, and television itself.


The term anime, refers to the tradition of Japanese animation that is recognized by its artistic quality and the artistic conventions anime artists use. One example of this is the use of child-like, large eyes.
Anime stories often deal with complex, thought-provoking themes, with complex characters that change as the stories progress.
There is an acceptance of the reality of death unlike North American cartooning. In some anime, even those intended for kids, main characters sometimes die.
Anime originates in Japan which lets us learn about another culture. The stories are often based from Japanese and Asian mythology and symbolism and from the Japanese traditions of Shinto, the martial arts, and Zen. Is a term for Japanese animation. Anime often covers more serious topics than the typical cartoon. In America, cartoons are considered a form of entertainment meant for children. In Japan, people of all ages watch anime. Most shows and movies are centered for kids, adolescents, or young adults, but there are also many anime that are made for the older crowd, even businessmen. There are many genres in anime with basic categories like comedy, romance, action, drama.


The word cartoon has various meanings, based on several very different forms of visual art and illustration. The term has evolved over time.The original meaning was in fine art, and there cartoon meant a preparatory drawing for a piece of art such as a painting.
The somewhat more modern meaning was that of humorous illustrations in magazines and newspapers. Even more recently there are now several contemporary meanings, including creative visual work for print media, for electronic media, and even animated films and animated digital media.When the word cartoon is applied to print media, it most often refers to a humorous single-panel drawing or gag cartoon, most of which have captions and do not use speech balloons. The word cartoon is not often used to refer to a comic strip. The artists who draw cartoons are known as cartoonists.

lunes, 30 de junio de 2008



Think Green! – Why Recycle? Reduce, Reuse, Recycle, For What? What can we do to help?
Putting paper and glass in your recycling bin is a routine task for you, but you want to do more for the environment. Why not follow the 3R's? REUSE everyday items by finding a new purpose for them, RECYCLE your renovation project's leftovers for future construction projects, and REDUCE your consumption of natural resources as well as the garbage that you produce. Doing all this is easy - simply look around you and use your imagination.


The word “podcasting” is a portmanteau combining the words “broadcasting” and “iPod.” Podcasting is a form of audio broadcasting on the Internet. The reason it became linked with the iPod in name was because people download podcasts (audio shows) to listen to on their iPods. However you don’t have to listen to podcasts only on iPods; you can use your computer with some music software such as Windows built-in Media Player or other portable music players