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Las tarifas de telefónica al descubierto November 24, 2007

Posted by winden in in real life, Linklog.
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No se si os ha pasado alguna vez que estais consultando las webs de las compañias de móviles y es un lio ir viendo los precios de página en página, más aún cuando ves que 5 cosas con descripción muy similar tienen todas precios similares, o que unas son con tarifas en minutos y otras en segundos… pues bien, mirando mirando he encontrado este bendito PDF de 3476 páginas donde vienen TODAS las tarifas de telefónica.

Se ve que para poder tener la licencia de telefonía tienen que mandar a aprobar a algún sitio del gobierno las tarifas conforme las van cambiando, así que halaaaaaaaaa, PDF tochaco al canto! :)

Eso si, está en una parte de la web a la que solamente puedes acceder si eres cliente, ya que te mandan la clave de tu usuario al movil en un SMS… aunque estoy más que seguro que en alguna web del ministerio de industria o similares debe estar colgado también… habrá que buscar!

7.5 years later… switchoff sadiel November 12, 2007

Posted by winden in in real life.
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So, just a week after buying my old mobile, I joined my first proper job at sadiel.es, and a week after deciding to switch into a new mobile, I decided to also switch jobs. So I did a little priority list:

  1. I wanted to work with passionate and creative people, the sort of people who would not freak out if I showed them some strange thing called a demo for example.
  2. If possible, I wanted to finally join the games industry.
  3. If possible, I wanted to jump into the far end of the technology stack and join a so called “nextgen console team”.
  4. If possible, I’d prefer playstation 3.

But before being able to really start chasing the next big thing, I needed to finish many things at my home town, so I kept slowly sucking up all Spring and Summer as a sort of final round of life at Sevilla and trying to live off many thing I had neglegted for many years: skipping a party to stay home and instead rush out for clubbing 4 days straight, enjoying my japanese classes, chasing cool girls around the city, buying a shiny phone, organising a party at home, running from a police raid while doing botellón into the night, switching scene groups, assisting my friend on his we-sort-of-want but-maybe-dont-want but-in-fact-we-really-want dance to finally hook with a nice partner, managing to get debt-free and then, come September, could at last start to fire CVs all around Europe.

And then we reach now, few months later, when I could go to work on friday and hand over a formal lawyer-esque letter asking for my leaving from the company, and even more gaining a x8 bonus surprise attack against all my unsuspecting work mates who could not really admit that they were reading my farewell announcement.

There is only a small cloud over my horizon: will I manage to survive only eating with my own cooking? ;)

So yes, thing are a-changing, and rather fast indeed! :)