Rise of the Technology Class

These conversations are between students from Ecuador, India, Israel, Japan, Mexico, Spain and the US who see technology serving a higher purpose: A counter-culture to their predecessors. This is evidence of a new type of generative class who apply technology to their creativity with art, music, science and involvement within the community. Their activity is transparent and active to our evolving civility. These multinational students are socially conscious storytellers. The Moderator of this conversation, Michael Davis is an Executive MBA graduate of Steinbeis University Germany, The Berlin School of Creative Leadership.

Salvador – About Me


I as born in Pamplona/Iruña (Navarra/Nafarroa) the 29th of june 1993.
Now, I live in a small town called Orihuela/Oriola, situated in Alicante, south-east of Spain.

Orihuela is a monumental town, there are lots of gothic churches, palaces and old buildings. Orihuela has much history. Hundreds of years ago, Orihuela was one of the most important cities in Spain. 84.626 people live here now.


I like music, going to the cinema, reading, watching TV, skiing (I go skiing every year, I love skiing), swimming, going snorkeling, riding on bike, playing computer games.

I love the beach (I go to the beach every weekend and on holidays), I love the mountain too.

I rarely buy computer games, I download them on the internet.

Spanish films aren’t very good. I don’t  normally see Spanish films, I prefer hollybood films, but many of those films are very unreal.

I listen to Spanish music, but also a lot of music in English. I like all kind of music, no, sorry, I don´t like house and reggae – but especially like rock, hard rock, SKA, heavy. I like Mago D e Oz, Marea, Boikot…and many others.

On TV, I see Spanish programs, like “Salvados”, “Buenafuente”, “El Intermedio” and “Qué vida más triste”. I normally see American films. I see some TV series like “Aida”, “Aquí no hay Quien Viva” and American series like House, CSI and Criminal Minds.

I really enjoy reading. I like Harry Potter, like Samantha. My Spanish literature and language teacher is Rosa Cáceres, and she´s a writer. I’ve read one of her books and she writes very good. My fauvorite writers are Dan Brown, J.K Rowling, Ken follet, Tolkien and Ildefonso Falcones.


One of the best books I have read is “The sea cathedral”.

The story happens in Barcelona in the middle ages



  Michael – Moderator, Chicago, US wrote @

imponente! ¡fantástico! gran historia!

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  Salvador – Orihuela, Spain wrote @

Oh, thanke you very much

  Samantha – Santiago Papasquiaro, Mexico wrote @

Wow, a mi tambien me gusta House, CSI el de Miami y New york y Criminal minds, que padre vivir en un lugar con mucha historial cultural, sobre todo por los castillos…wow me gustaria visitar tu ciudad.

Bueno nos vemos!!!

  Salvador – Orihuela, Spain wrote @

I don´t like Orihuela very much. There are hundreds and hundreds cities more beautiful, with more monuments and history than Orihuela.

  john wrote @

i have always wanted to got o spain the picture looks very nice

  john wrote @

i have always wanted to go to spain the pictures look real cool

  David – Orihuela, Spain wrote @

I like some spanish films, but I love British films.

I have to read that book. Thanks for the reference!

  Karla – Cicero, US wrote @

You’re right on that British films. But Spanish films are good too, is just like with any other kind of cinema, the darker and less known, the better.

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