Endless Opportunities if Most Puerto Ricans Understood Kickstarter

As you read the headline I want you to put away any negative thoughts and read the rest of the post. If it really bothers you I can only hope you spread the word and help others around you understand how crowdfunding and kickstarter operates. Entrepreneurship is Generally Frowned Upon In my culture, the concept […]

How I captured the Attention of 10k+ people in a day

I have been sharing my thoughts and experiences online since I set up my first website in 1998 on Tripod.com; a version full of ads is still available on the free hosting service. It took me some time to set up my personal blog (this one) as a project. After running multiple blogs which were geared […]

13 “Perks” of Visiting The Best Beach of Puerto Rico on a Holiday!

After about 21 hours of sound pollution from people playing reggaeton ( I stopped counting because I fell asleep), I did not wake up early enough to capture most of the chaos left behind by locals and maybe a tourist or two. Clean up efforts started at around 9:30 p.m. and here I am sharing […]

Let the Puerto Rican Beach “Pigs” Pay

Today I saw a tweet by the Police of Puerto Rico communicating to every responsible citizen to bring bags for their trash and make sure they take the trash back home. Camino a la playa con la familia? No olvide llevar una bolsa de basura. Pásela bien y mantenga la playa limpia. pic.twitter.com/mwpkd87FWP — Policía […]

Igniting a Revolution – Mueblerias Berrios Listens

This is the sixth post of my Igniting a Revolution Series. On rare occasions I get to express my frustrations online. Now days I do it less as I work on subtracting occasions where I spend time on negatively charged events in my life. When I am in a negative situation I first look into how I […]

Support One of My Favorite Local Bands

At  the third Independiente my friends from Puerto Rico Indie and Frecuencias Alternas produced, I was able to listen to Eduardo Alegria of  Alegria Rampante, live for the first time. As every other Independiente event, I quickly understood why Alegria Rampante had been chosen to play on a night where Neil Gaiman and Amanda Palmer took […]

Medalla Beer, From Missed Opportunity to Promoting Vandalism

For me Old San Juan has always been an escape to walk on the streets that our ancestors built while living in the present. When you visit Old San Juan, the images of cobblestone streets gets imprinted in the minds of those that and it could be a great memory to take back home to […]