Stories about Chile from November, 2007
Luis Ramirez discovers the Facebook page of Sebastian Piñera [es], a candidate for president in the next Chilean elections. On his wall, the candidate writes,”I invite you to write your ideas and greetings so that we can have a fluid dialogue via this medium. For me, this possibility has been...
Tomás Dinges of Chile From Within is skeptical about the Chilean newspaper El Mercurio's relationship with Google Earth.
Fayer Wayer [es] takes a look at user generated content used in the coverage and the rights to that content during the recent earthquake in Northern Chile.
Gerardo Espíndola provides up to the minute coverage at El Morrocotudo [es] of an earthquake in Arica, Chile..
Tomás Dinges of Chile from Within is excited about the series of Chilean films being shown in New York City.
Marcelo Aliag of Bloggeando la Vida [es] writes about his poor experience with the airline LAN especially on the route between Santiago and Antofagasta.
Chileno writes about a former Pinochet intelligence agent, who was the latest hire by the grocery store chain Santa Isabel to lead their security.
Luis Ramirez of OLPC Chile explains at One Laptop Per Child News about their project's strategy to “achieve free and permanent access to computers for at least 1 million Chilean children living in poverty before our bicentennial (2010)”
Notas Al Margen [ES] writes about the pool of registered voters in Chile, and that only 8.5% are between the ages of 18-29.