Stories about Honduras from July, 2007
The average Honduran uber-geek is male, under 30, loves Linux, updates his blog thrice a second, and is a master web designer. Many of these blogs are sleek eye-candy masterpieces, with great content...if you happen to like Kubuntu, Compiz Fusion, or Mac. Part 2 of the latest introduction to the Honduran blogosphere focuses on these personal technology blogs.
Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve writes about President Mel Zelaya's decision to attend the festivities of the 28th anniversary of the Sandinista Revolution, which drew the criticism of an ex-president.
Honduran blogger Aaron Ortiz writes his first Global Voices Online post and introduces us to several expatriate blogs written from his home country. This is the first in a series of articles, which provides an overview of the Honduran blogosphere.
Honduran blogger José Luis Romero of Boby's Blog [ES] announced his engagement to his girlfriend and even uploaded the video of the announcement on YouTube.
La Gringa calls attention to the online newspaper Revistazo.com and its coordinator Dina Meza, who recently was awarded the Amnesty International Special Award for Human Rights Journalism Under Threat.
La Gringa writes about how, when, and where cell phones are used in Honduras.