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· August, 2006

Stories about Latin America from August, 2006

25 August 2006

Google in Brazil: Who Guards Orkut's Playground?

The Brazilian blogosphere is talking about Google or more specifically about Orkut, its social network which has attracted a huge number of players. In order to understand Google's significance in...

Mexico: Oaxaca Protest Updates

Boliiva: Film: Lo Más Bonito y Mis Mejores Años

Argentina: “Throw in the Towel”

Guatemala: Heavy Handed Army Activities

Mexico: Contested Chiapas Elections

Argentina: Borges’ Bday

Bolivia: Windows and Google in Quechua

24 August 2006

Peru: Floréame

Brazil: Music

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...

Venezuela: Literature: El Complot

Cuba: It's not the US economy

Mexico: “Dirty War for Control of the Media in Oaxaca”

Argentina: Music: Sonoman

23 August 2006

The Week that Was – Bolivian Blogs

Emigration from Bolivia, especially to Western European countries, continues to be a topic of discussion in the Bolivian blogosphere. Two Bolivians, who currently reside in Europe, are dismayed over tighter...

Cuba, Puerto Rico: Who's better off?

Venezuela: Unified Opposition Candidate

El Salvador: Art, Blogs, and Hostels

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