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· August, 2005

Stories about Cuba from August, 2005

Cuba: 1929 Havana Travel Ad

Havana Journal finds an old Cuban travel advertisement from a 1929 issue of National Geographic, which describes the island as “so near at hand – so easily reached – that...

Mexico, Cuba: Blog of the Week

Blogs Mexico has chosen SABROSON, written in Spanish by a witty Cuban immigrant who has been living in Mexico City since 1990, as blog of the week.

Caribbean: Blog Ring

Doan Mind Me directs us to a newly created webring for Caribbean bloggers.

Cuba: Open Source Radio

Open Source Radio is looking for Cubans and/or Cuban Americans to discuss Cuba's underground economy on Monday's show.

Cuba: 1,524 Cubans interdicted since Jan. 1

Matt Lawrence of Havana Journal has some statistics on detentions of Cuban illegal immigrants so far this year.

Cuba: Anti-Castro Bloggers Meme

George Moneo on Babalu Blog is trying to spread a bloggers’ meme to start a “I've Had Enough” campaign throughout the Cuban-American blogosphere.

Cuba: Electricity Update

Matt Lawrence has an .update on Cuba's electricity woes at Havana Journal.

Cuba: Holding on to Television

Mora at Babalu Blog reports that some government agents tried confiscating a television with an illegal satellite dish, but that the neighborhood resisted.

Caribbean: IP and Blog Reflections

Taran Rampersad goes overintellectual property in the Caribbean and has some reflections on his excellent Caribbean blog list.

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