Stories about Puerto Rico (U.S.) from February, 2007
Puerto Rico: Pondering corruption and passports
Gil the Jenius offers some points to ponder relating to government corruption and the new regulations requiring US citizens to have passports in order to travel: “Although Puerto Rico is exempted for U.S. citizens (meaning they can visit without a passport), many people won't grok that.“
Puerto Rico: Congress on Educational Blogs
The First Congress of Puerto Rican Educational Blogs took place on February 8-9, 2007. Here's the Congress blog (ES).
The Puerto Rican dilemma
Roberto Hernandez contemplates the large question of Puerto Rico's future: “Obviously the solution is not to be found in any of the ones offered by the current agendas.“
Puerto Rico: Trivialisation of Blogs
Eugenio Martínez Rodriguez suggests that the adoption of blogs by the mainstream media in Puerto Rico may have had the effect of “trivialising” the form.