The right dictionary

I just found a post on using the right dictionary and I immediately had to review its reference: You’re probably using the wrong dictionary by James Somers. I don’t regret it. The core message is that we shall not only use dictionaries to find the meaning of words we don’t know, but to use them to enrich our prose. I never considered there would be such a dictionary that allows for such kind task.

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Third Post

I’ll aim at not counting mi posts for future releases of content. But for now, since this look more like biographical notes of my life I can’t find better titles for the posts. It’s also because I’m not packing just one subject but some history of my live in the last time. Now for the first improvement y manage to bring myself to writing this post only after a month. And in the last time many things have changed.

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Second Post

On my first post after blog opening, I offered to write as often as possible to record my learning and share ut. Unfortunately, even for me, it has not happened. This is the second post. That does not mean, I spend my time without getting new knowledge. It means instead that I still need to practice about this blogging task and discipline myself to it. Certainly the lack of monetary income hinders me from publishing.

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Start now

This is the first of many posts to come. I don’t now how often I will publish new information, but I make a try to write about things I have done and learned of often as possible. Right now this is just a test, on how blogger works. I will try to merge the design with my website for an unified look. I’m not a designer so my website is ugly, but with time, effort and helping comments I will make it good looking.

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Óscar Nájera

Study the Mott metal insulator transition on a Dimer Hubbard Model.

PhD Student Theoretical Physics

Paris, France