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· April, 2006

Stories about Mexico from April, 2006

Mexico: Review of the Debate

Dark Diamond Network has a comprehensive and articulate summary of the Mexican presidential debate and how each participant fared.

Mexico: Presidential Race Attracts Bumps Up Bandwidth

Boli-Nica reveals that the Mexican presidential race is generating quite a bit of traffic around the web, including a share of anti-Obrador blogs.

Mexico: Debate Didn't Change Voters’ Decisions

Two polls taken after this week's presidential debate show Felipe Calderón as the winner despite bloggers’ insistence that it was Patricia Mercado who left in best shape. Another poll, however,...

World: Farmer's Market International Parade

Melissa De Leon and Elena Hernandez are co-hosting the “The Farmer's Market International Parade” where participants from across the world post photos of their neighborhood markets, which will then be...

Filipino boxer faces tough challenge

Jess at The Postman is following the preparations of Filipino boxer Manny Pacquiao for his upcoming fight with Mexican Oscar Larios. Jess writes "While Larios is bothered by only one...

Mexico: Paticia Mercado “Wins” First Presidential Debate

Eduardo Arcos live-blogged last night's presidential debate in Mexico (ES). Arcos says it was leftist outsider (and blogger), Patricia Mercado who won the debate. Goleech agrees (ES), but says that...

Brazil, Mexico: Landless Workers Movement and Zapatistas

The Western Hemisphere Policy Watch blog cites a meeting between the Brazilian NGO, Landless Workers Movement (MST) and the Zapatistas in Southern Mexico as proof “that the international left's designs...

Cooking Pleasures

#1: From Caracas, Venezuela: Blog de Zulmy I have just discovered her blog, but it seems to me that she is and will be one of the most active food...

Mexico, Spain: WordPress.es and Ferca

As they occasionally do, a web2.0 war of words has broken out. When Eduardo Arcos typed in the domain wordpress.es he was redirected (ES) to the weblog of the Ferca...

Mexico, Nicaragua, Colombia, Venezuela: Poll Numbers

It's Friday and Boz has his now infamous poll numbers from across Latin America including a now tighter race in Mexico.

Mexico: Learning Freedom

Leon Felipe Sanchez introduces the new weblog, Aprender la Libertad (Learning Freedom) (ES), which he is co-authoring with Ariel Vercelli (ES). The blog continues themes from a book by Vercelli...

Mexico: “The Wild Bunch”

Latin America On Screen has been resurrected with a fresh review of Sam Peckinpah's “The Wild Bunch”.

Mexico's Ley Televisa and TV Duopoly

Sure, the heated U.S. immigration debate is also being discussed south of the border. But so is another controversy, which could have a lasting impact on the future of media...

Filipino influences in Mexico

Spanish trade routes helped the exchange of ideas and influences between the colonies in America and Asia. Milkphish visits Mexico and finds things that originated in the Philippines.

Mexico: Pre-Colonial Immigration Policy

TlachuiloPilo sticks to the theme of applying pre-colonial history to current events when taking a look at Techotlalla's welcoming treatment towards immigrants.

Mexico: “Internet Day”

RegioBlogs observes (ES) that May 17th will be “Internet Day” in Mexico, celebrating the 20th year of World Wide Web in the country. Some statistics about internet use in Mexico...

Mexico: Encordados

León Felipe Sánchez introduces the Mexican rock band Encordados whose latest album is licensed under Creative Commons and freely available for download.

Mexico, Brazil: Creative Commons Creativity Contest

Eduardo Arcos introduces (ES) the first contest of “Mexicommons creativity (ES),” which solicits new works of music, video, animation, and podcasts. The top three winners of each category will be...

Mexico: Missing Journalist

RegioBlogs, Blog.com.mx, and Ernesto are all seeking information about missing journalist Alfredo Jiménez Mota who has not been seen since April 2nd.

Latin America, U.S.: “Border Wars and Truces”

Commenting on the U.S. immigration debate, “Sangroncito” notes that Americans can easily take for granted that they are warmly received around Latin America without the costly and invasive process that...

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