I am bursting my eyesight ", says the commentator of Movistar + Amaya Valdemoro (Madrid, 1976). She thinks she spends too many hours hooked to her cell phone: "I have a bad habit of taking it when I have nothing to do". Read the news on Twitter and "bichea" a lot on Instagram, especially profiles related to sharks. "I'm obsessed. It is the most beast animal on the planet. " For that reason, he does not doubt it: with virtual reality glasses "I would swim among sharks, without a cage". And if he could travel to a fantasy world, he exclaims: "Game of Thrones, baby! " The series and movies have accompanied him away from home. "At first, I used portable DVDs, with batteries that lasted two hours. Now everything is easier with streaming. " In fact, it has stopped consuming linear television, "less sport: you have to see it live".
Technology has also facilitated contact with the family. "I went from Messenger to the Blackberry and the iPhone. I suffered when the Internet fell. I remind you of my compis the luck they have with Facetime. " The technological future horrifies him "the loss of jobs and the value of the capabilities of the human being. Let a little machine come out when you call on the phone. " Because it assumes patience, little. "They gave me a drone and I have not taken it out of the box yet."