Mark Goodacre (thank you Mark!) has kindly posted a link to this blog in his much appreciated weblog. He raises a couple of practical questions I had forgotten to mention.
The site can only really be viewed effectively in 1024 x 768. At present it's still being built but most of the Links section is active. Note: it looks like the blog does not yet have an RSS feed.
I'll make a point of adding a note to the web site stating something like "Best viewed at a 1024 x 768 or above screen resolution". As a matter of fact I work with a resolution of 1280 x 1024 on a 17" TTF display, and everything looks rather nice (and easy on my eyes too!). Mind you, my 12" iBook does a pretty good job at 1024 x 768 as well, particularly if you like a large and readable font size. As for the RSS (Rich Site Summary/Really Simple Syndication) feed, I'm working on it. I hope it will be up and running tomorrow.
And while we're dealing with some technical issues, I guess I should point out that the character encoding for this blog is set to Universal (Unicode UTF-8). You may have to change the character set of your web browser if you want to see my name displaying the acute accents correctly (i.e., Rubén Gómez). Anyway, let me know if your browsers cannot handle either the web site or the blog reasonably well.