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· August, 2006

Stories about Chile from August, 2006

Internet in Chile: Creating New Political Actors?

Co-authored by Mary Joyce and Rosario Lizana Why has Chile, a country of only 16 million people where only 10% have internet in their homes, become a hotbed of cyberactivism?...

Chile: Campaign for Bandwidth

Chile: The Day that Pinochet Dies

Publicist Roberto Arancibia is one of Chile's most popular bloggers. His affable tone and optimistic perspective are adept at parsing a variety of topics. Yet rarely does his blog, El...

Chile: Political and personal

China, Chile: Free Trade Deal Signed

Broadband for All!!!

Chilean bloggers are concerned about the opportunities that broadband can bring to our development. Alex Lagos (ES) , writes on his blog: One week ago, La Nación published an article...

Chile: Meeting with Fernando Flores

Escondida Copper Mine Closes Production Because of Strike

The high international prices of copper have caused the workers of the biggest copper company in the world to start a strike 12 days ago. They are asking for a...

Chile: Bachelet's Participatory Democracy

Costa Rica: Chileans and Ticos Remember Embassy Massacre Victims

Bloggers Opinion of Sanfic Film Festival in Chile

Sanfic is an international film festival in Santiago held from the 8th to the 12th of august. Countries from all over the world participate in the exhibition, such as the...

Chile: “How the Chilean Internet was Born”

Working for the First Wi-Fi City in Chile

Salamanca (ES) is a city with a population of around 25,000. It is located in the fourth region, Coquimbo. The project is called “Salamanca: The first municipal XXI Century town”....

Chile: No Cell Phone Day

American Dictionary

There is a persistent myth which says that, save Brazil and a few indigenous communities, Latin America speaks a singular, uniform language. In fact, the Castilian Spanish carried over by...

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