I was born in Mar del Plata (Argentina) and I studied Economics at the University of Buenos Aires. In 2005 I moved to Madrid and began working in the cultural sector. In 2010, I started writing my first novel and took on Philosophy studies. In 2011, I created this site dedicated to philosophy of technology, big data and economics. The craft of writing, self-publishing and the analysis of the cultural market are also topics I write about. The interaction between economics, art and technology is one of my obsessions and, above all, how writers and artists manage (or not) to make a living. Currently, I live in Tokyo where I have expanded my activities to chronicling and writing down my impressions of this strange and wonderful place. The articles on Japan will be published in English. It is challenging and exciting to start this new stage. Kathelijne Bonne accompanies me in the edition of English version of the articles. She is a writer too, but focusses on different topics, like geology, climate and nature, in her multilingual blog GondwanaTalks, of which I edit the Spanish version. In the meantime, I continue writing for other third parties as well, e.g., in literary magazines and anthologies. Here you can start reading. Welcome to my world. Enjoy!