Posts Tagged ‘@guardian’

Johnie Walker

29 May 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

we love cycling dot com


“Have you heard the recommendation to walk at least 10,000 steps every day to stay healthy? Sounds good, but what if you’d rather ride your bike? Which way of keeping healthy is more effective? Let’s take a closer look.

Walking takes up more time

Walking 10,000 steps would transport the average person about 8 km (5 mi). If we consider the average speed of walking, 5 km/h (3 mph), then it would take roughly 1 hour and 36 minutes to complete the daily amount of steps.” (…)


the guardian

(readers´s comments)


What is better for me, cycling 5 miles or walking 5 miles?
“There are so many variables in this calcualtion as to make any answer pretty meaningless. How many gears does your bike have? What gear will you be cycling in? Are you going uphill, downhill or both? You might be able to freewheel the whole way, so running would certainly expend more energy. What kind of surface are you cycling/running on? How fast are you planning to run/cycle? The list of variables is endless.” (…),5753,-25888,00.html


livestrong dot com


Exercise Bike Vs. Walking / By Chris Dinesen Rogers

“For an efficient, low-impact workout, you can’t go wrong with an exercise bike or walking. Both activities help you maintain a healthy weight and improve your cardiovascular health.

With an exercise bike at home or walking, you can train at any time. Each allows you to slow down the pace or ramp up the intensity as needed. When deciding which activity to do, choose the one that keeps you challenged and motivated.” (…)


[Mirna Ortiz, Guatemalan marcher]


Master key for reading articles in English language

29 February 2020

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

seen on @tumblr (Dave Coverly)


This master key offers plenty of sites for reading:





La Biblioteca Regional de Murcia, la prensa y la cultura

8 September 2018

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

La Biblioteca Regional de Murcia (@brmu) está al loro de todo lo que tenga que ver con la cultura. Esta mañana de septiembre, antes de comenzase la lluvia, compartía en la red del pájaro azul un enlace a una página de The Guardian realizado por el escritor Neil Gaiman y el ilustrador Chris Riddell. En el mini-cómic defienden la necesidad de las bibliotecas y los libros en papel.


“You have to be lonely” (…) Edna O´Brien

29 January 2018

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

Edna O´Brien, writer

I have just read this on the headline of “The Guardian“. The author of “The Country Girls Edna O´Brien talks on the loneliness of writers in an interview to the British newspaper.


[seen on The Guardian, @guardian]



The nine tools one might forget in his luggage. (I wouldn´t forget any of them in mine)

12 July 2013

twitter: @eugenio_fouz

bench ok

Dropbox, moodle,



BBC podcasts, euronews videos,

The Guardian news


Tumblr, wordpress blogging,

WordReference online dictionary

Journalism As Literature

A graduate seminar at the University of Florida


Elements of True Gentlemen

El Lobo está aquí

Disentería literaria


El primer blog de Garrafón en habla hispana

A Guy's Moleskine Notebook

Books. Reflections. Travel.


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