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· October, 2008

Stories about Peru from October, 2008

Ibero-America: Campus Party in El Salvador

This week in El Salvador, hundreds of technology fanatics have assembled to take part in the latest edition of Campus Party. Participants from 22 member states are divided into one...

Peru: The King of Spain and the Peruvian Congresswoman

Guillermo from Quimeras Seductoras [es] summarizes the encounter of Juan Carlos, the King of Spain, and the Peruvian congresswoman Hilaria Supa, who met outside of the Congress buildings. She confronted...

Peru: Preparations for BarCamp Lima

Ventana Azul [es] provides the latest details on

Peru: New Terrorist Attack by Shining Path Guerrillas

Silvio Rendón of Lapicero Digital [es] writes about the recent attack by Shining Path guerrillas against a military group in Vizcatán in the department of Huancavelica department that left 15 dead.

Americas: Bloggers Participate in Blog Action Day – Part I

October 15 marked the annual event of Blog Action Day. On this date, bloggers from all around the world pledge to publish a blog post aboug a particular topic. This...

Peru: blog cracking hints at censorship

Fernando from Pepitas.com posts the notice he received letting him know that strangers tried to crack his blog, targetting specifically 3 posts with complaints about two ministers. Luckily the attack...

Perú: Bloggers Adopting Congressional Representatives

Peruvian bloggers get together to prompt congressional representatives to be transparent regarding their operational expenses, and this action causes all sorts of reactions from bloggers and congresspeople themselves.

Peru: Digital Communications Event Cancelled

Laura Vannessa from Lau's Blog is very embarrased that a local university has cancelled a Digital Communications event because Jose Luis Orihuela, one of the speakers, was organizing a Beers &...

Peru: Blogger's fights

Javier from El Lápiz y el Martillo compiles the last series of clashes between diverse factions of bloggers. In his post Paisaje después de la batalla (es) he ends with...

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