Te recomeindo los adidas, tienen muy buena calidad tambin .1. Me gust el primer modelo, el del azul pastel jejejejee.2. Esa marca no se ve en Colombia, aunque creo que he visto uno parecido para jugar voleyball.3. SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileResearchers at the National Institutes of Health in Bethesda, Md., studied the brain responses of 22 boys aged 14 to 17 as they watched violent video clips, mostly involving street fights, the BBC reported.The violence in the clips was ranked low, mild, or moderate, and none of the subjects were shown videos deemed to be extreme.Scientists found that the longer the boys watched the clips, especially the mild or moderate ones, the less they responded to the violence they were witnessing.Dr.”The suggestion is that, over a period of time, people can develop a kind of tolerance to these images but another word for that is just boredom,” Buckingham told the BBC.Do you think exposure to violent media makes teenage males more aggressive? If you have younger male children, do you try to limit their access to violent media?Internet freedom: Should government have the ability to shut down the internet?The Egyptian government shut down access to the internet and the country’s cellphone data network early Friday, according to media reports. Internet and cellphone data service was unavailable throughout the country, making it impossible for news of the protests. Continue reading this postAccess to information: Does Canada need to be more open with data?TTC bus driver: Do you often see your local drivers texting?The Toronto Sun on Thursday published a picture sent by a reader of a TTC bus driver driving while texting on a mobile device.
SubscriptionsGo to the Subscriptions Centre to manage your:My ProfileBig names from the world of jazz are popping up in cities across Canada as festival season begins in earnest this weekend. Aretha Franklin is in Toronto for a free concert Friday, returning to touring after a period of poor health that began late last year. Prince has sold out his two “intimate” concerts in a Montreal club, while that city’s festival fetes a host of jazz greats with its annual awards.Montreal: Sade, Caged Funk and francophone artist such as Madeleine Peyroux are featured, as well as blasts from the past such as the B 52s and Marianne Faithfull.Ottawa: Robert Plant not known for his jazz chops kicks off the festival Friday, with his new sound, accompanied by Band of Joy.