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@@ -10,6 +10,19 @@ I write code in functional language Haskell, work as a developer, and study Comp
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+**Blogroll**
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+* My mom's blog: [Soy Su](http://soysu.net) - she writes in spanish about her domestic projects.
+* My friend Ernesto's homepage: [The Harsh Side](http://netowork.me/) - he's also a computer science student (English).
+* My uncle's blog: [Lopez Ayerdi Fotografia](http://www.lopezayerdi.com/Blog/Blog.html) - he's a photographer (Spanish)
+* Our blog with Ernesto: [Referential Transparency](http://referential-transparency.tautologer.com) - we hope to work more extensively on this.
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+<span id="ref0"[0]</span> <a href="#sup0">↑</a> Free Software and Open Source software are almost the same concept but essentialy two different schools. The dichotomy lies on the politics of re-licensing. That is, Free Software has to remain always Free Software. Open Source licenses may not impose this restriction. I don't really care about the difference, I tend to use permissive licenses but I admire and believe on the principles of the Free Software Movement equally. They are only, sadly, too idealistic for this world.
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-**Blogroll**
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-* My mom's blog: [Soy Su](http://soysu.net) - she writes in spanish about her domestic projects.
-* My friend Ernesto's homepage: [The Harsh Side](http://netowork.me/) - he's also a computer science student (English).
-* My uncle's blog: [Lopez Ayerdi Fotografia](http://www.lopezayerdi.com/Blog/Blog.html) - he's a photographer (Spanish)
-* Our blog with Ernesto: [Referential Transparency](http://referential-transparency.tautologer.com) - we hope to work more extensively on this.
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-<span id="ref0"[0]</span> <a href="#sup0">↑</a> Free Software and Open Source software are almost the same concept but essentialy two different schools. The dichotomy lies on the politics of re-licensing. That is, Free Software has to remain always Free Software. Open Source licenses may not impose this restriction. I don't really care about the difference, I tend to use permissive licenses but I admire and believe on the principles of the Free Software Movement equally. They are only, sadly, too idealistic for this world.
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