Stories about Chile from August, 2005
A well organized group of proactive bloggers and computer enthusiasts have taken the Chilean government to task over it's newly announced program, “My First PC,” which was launched by the Lagos administration on August 2nd as a way to help narrow the digital divide in Chile. Wanted or not, president...
Iria Puyosa notes that beginning next Sunday, Chile and Argentina will allow the registration of domains including the characters á, é, í, ó, ú, ü, and ñ. I would assume http://www.méxico.com.mx has already been registered. Un blog con floggera thinks this is a step in the right direction in making...
Jeannette Jalil covers Chilean presidential candidate, Michelle Bachelet's new campaign slogan.
Quemar las Naves sends greetings to his fellow countryman, Juan David who just finished attending Wikimania in Frankfurt, Germany, the first international Wikimedia conference.
Chilean super-blogger, Leo Prieto, finds his name to be the second most searched term on technorati. As I write this, he's still there, right after Jesus.
Jeannette Jalil is happy that the front-runner in Chile's upcoming presidential election is a woman.