Free Boundary

January 19, 2011
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Luis Montufar Maicao Deportivo coach described it in his own words in the eighties: a Rutto makes one see with the heart orejasy suffer with matches being played at 300 miles distanciaa . The written press has allowed me to find in the ink-smeared paper topics a few hours (or few days) went through the brain diligent my two index fingers, the only ones who learned to press the keys on a computer that is used to living with me but challenging oppressive requirement which means stand in front of a blank sheet of word. My columns and my correspondents received a warm accommodation in the pages of newspapers Riohacha, Maicao, Santa Marta and Barranquilla and Free Boundary, a magazine like few in the region, managed to survive its first eighteen numbers. Television taught me the obviousness of the obvious: it is easier to see to do it. But gradually led me to get used to the idea that its multiple ways of presenting the facts give it an advantage over other media when it comes to conquering a citizen who always wants to know more and more of what is intended to inform. Today, I have the happiness to be the moderator of a vast coterie morning, which is what the magazine has become a Buenos Days Maicaoa which is transmitted through the channel Community Television a EEB. The internet allows me to be a period of 24 hours and recount the events from virtually anywhere, anytime.

Through the information highway we could get our people, a quarter of the global village, went to 107 countries where a reader, sometime of the night or day, clicked on some of our notes. In addition, my articles, published on the web, have been taken and reproduced on pages eight countries and translated into English and Portuguese. Being a journalist has become a privilege comparable only to the great satisfaction received in a long career struggles, achievements and satisfactions. is a renowned Colombian journalist and writer, a teacher linked to several Colombian universities. He is the author of four books and co-author of three others that address the topic of leadership, ethics and Human Development. It is often invitadocomo speaker at conferences, forums and other academic events.

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