About Ernesto Martínez

Bookstore manager, husband and father. This three summarizes what I am.
I have been developing a growing interest in ebooks, not only as a reader but as producer.

Public Notes


Recent Activity

  • Ernesto shared from a Personal Document
    Los índices de lectura en España no auguran que disponer de libros a dos euros y descarga inmediata vaya a producir el milagro de que abandonemos los bares y nos enclaustremos con una tableta a leer como descosidos, por más que los libros tengan vídeo, audio e interacción con el lector.
    Note: Esto también puede aplicarse a nuestro medio.
  • Ernesto shared from And the Mountains Echoed: A Novel by Khaled Hosseini
    But for the moment Pari sits. She shuts her eyes, as the coffeemaker begins to gurgle, and she finds behind her eyelids hills that stand soft and a sky that stands high and blue, and the sun setting behind a windmill, and always, always, hazy strings of mountains that fall and fall away on the horizon.
    Note: Conmovedor.
  • Ernesto shared from And the Mountains Echoed: A Novel by Khaled Hosseini
    Abdullah, who spent hours every week lugging buckets of water from Shadbagh’s communal well, marveled at a life where water was just a twist of the hand away.
    Note: Y si miramos el mundo desde esta perspectiva ?
  • Ernesto shared from Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet by Andrew Blum
    What I understood when I arrived home was that the Internet wasn’t a physical world or a virtual world, but a human world. The Internet’s physical infrastructure has many centers, but from a certain vantage point there is really only one: You. Me. The lowercase i. Wherever I am, and wherever you are.
    Note: Conclusión de un viaje por los tubos de Internet. Un poco 'empalagoso' para mi gusto.
  • Ernesto shared from Tubes: A Journey to the Center of the Internet by Andrew Blum
    “So here’s the Internet!” Witteman teased. “Boxes like this. Yellow cable. Lots of blinking lights.”
(La Paz, Bolivia)
Ernesto Martínez