Stories about Peru from July, 2006
Jose Antonio Vilca summarizes his participation in the Workshop Seminar of Blogs and Journalism (ES) held at the National Association of Journalists of Peru.
The case of “Lay Fung,” [often written “Lay Fun”] a 4-year old Rottweiler watchdog that had been accused of murdering a suspected car thief in the parking lot he was...
Lima-based blog Sin Papel says there is no reason to buy a pirated version of Windows XP (ES) now that Peruvians have their own localized version of Ubuntu Linux. 100...
Massimiliano Cali is surprised to read that, shortly after the nationalization of the natural gas sector, “the Bolivian government is set to approve a US$ 2.3bn bid by two Indian...
J.Francisco Canaza points readers to a 222 megapixel photograph of Machu Picchu.
Diana Zorrilla Ríos takes a look at how Peruvian food has evolved over the past century (ES).
Alex Celi, a Peruvian blogger, finds in ludicrous that a guard dog could be put to death for biting a burglar (ES).
Hewlett-Packard Vice President Eric Kintz, with the help of his colleague Jorge Luis Revilla, takes a look at the state of blogging in Peru.
Daniela Faris has interviewed Oscar Montezuma about the launch of Creative Commons in Peru.
In Eastern Europe it's LiveJournal, in Brazil, Orkut. Tinta Fantasma tries to figure out why Hi5 is fast becoming the prevalent social networking site in Peru (ES).
Liz Henry has a great introduction to Peruvian political blogger and lawyer, Jimena Sanchez Velarde.
Living in Peru has first-hand account of recent protests against the US-Peru free trade agreement in Arequipa and Lima.
From French Guiana on the South American continent near Brazil, Carnet de Guyane writes (Fr) about allegiances during today's Brazil v. France soccer match: “Those who are French support France,...