Alejandro Hector Ochoa Gonzalez

Content Strategist, Copy Editor, Copywriter, Editor, Ghostwriter, Technical Writer, Writer

A Copywriter, English-Spanish Translator, Wordcaster, Editor, Proofreader

If you want to expand your market and/or some of your business affairs to Mexico, Latin America, Spain... I can write both in English and Spanish.
I was born in Guadalajara, Mexico (November, 1958), finished formal education in June, 1977, at the Escuela Preparatoria of the Instituto La Salle (in Ciudad Obregon, Sonora, Northwestern Mexico), more or less equivalent to High School, but at several of my workplaces (newsrooms at Guadalajara daily newspapers) I was taught to proofread (in Spanish), and at home I learned to translate from English to Spanish (but not vice versa), so I began translating by April, 1981, when I used an Olivetti typewriter. More recently, I worked as an archive clerk at a Civil Registry Office.

Now, you can check one of my blogs at

and I've just started another one at

I have published a short novel:
Content Types
Article, Ebook, Social Copy, Press Release, Blog Post, Email Newsletter, Ad/Promotional Copy
More Information
High School, Senior Year
Location|English, Spanish

Published Content

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it is supposedly a cup of white wine with an olive, like those ones some guests receive when they arrive at the inauguration of an exhibition of paintings.
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This post shows a MARQUEE running from right to left on the screen, and if you happen to click or tap on the link running inside the MARQUEE, you will be taken to a similar blog, but typed in SPANISH language. Now, below the photo there is some kind of crazy content, nonsense.

January 22nd, 2014
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It is just a 2D image portayed as if it were a 3D illustration by using isometric projection. It was automatically generated by introducing the following equation: z = sin x + tan y ON the search box of the search engine called Google. There are hundreds or thousands of equations which can generate images. Google presents these images animated, gyrating. This is a "snapshot".

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I pretend that this is the "coat of arms" of people who are simultaneously translators and proofreaders.
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Algebraic applications in creating imaginary abecedaries

Imaginary abecedaries Abecedārii commentīcia 1. Sometimes, grammar and mathematics agree on some points, or may reveal certain relationships, or the human brain can make, or imagine, that certain elements, fragments, procedures, routes, et cetera, harmonize, coincide or tune in some places, subdivisions, times, systems... under certain conditions. All sciences, disciplines and specialties have certain relations to each other. A truism. This paper will match certain mechanisms of juxtapositions of letters to form words (or groups of letters), with some values and formulas of algebra. English Grammar and Babylonian-Persian-Indo-Arab Algebra will come together, but algebra –that very important discipline, a branch or division of the mathematical science– this time will be serving Grammar as an auxiliary. In 1586, William Bullokar printed the first English grammar, Bref Grammar for English. By the 1930s American mathematicians Paul K. Rees and Fred W. Sparks released their College Algebra, published by McGraw-Hill Book Company, Incorporated. This book, expanded, was still printed in the 1990s. 1.1. Note 1: in chapter number 7 there is a summary… Should you want to skip lengthy lucubrations and constructions. 1.2. Note 2: in chapter number 8 there are exposed two theories resulting from an observation exercise* (inductive method). Please see item 7.2.3. *This one.

June 30th, 2013
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Something, loose writings

Investigating Linked Lists Using Distributed Archetypes Unified heterogeneous modalities have led to many structured advances, including information retrieval systems and interrupts. After years of theoretical research into the transistor, we prove the study of extreme programming, which embodies the natural principles of cryptography. The focus in our research is not on whether neural networks and rasterization can interact to fulfill this intent, but rather on constructing an analysis of robots (Foliage).

March 16th, 2019
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