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Americas Friday Blog Roundup

Taran Rampersad discusses Wikipedia in the Caribbean and specifically, Guyana. He's also got some good updates on Hurricane Dennis.

Agua Fuertes 2004 starts a long discussion when questioning whether Google Earth respects Argentina's privacy [es].

Nada importante sucedió hoy… writes about the potential future of biotech in Argentina [es].

MABB discusses natural gas and Sino-Bolivian relations in the 21st century.

Pehuen describes a new project [es] on the country wide network, TIC Bolivia [es], which aims to support rural, eastern, indigenous Bolivians in learning computer skills.

Venezuela News and Views continues to beat the major media to the punch.

The Devil's Excrement covers the trial against the Venezuelan opposition movement, SUMATE [es].

1 comment

  • Congratulations for this page!
    What I think about Google Earth… it´s that´s a nice
    tool. Really don´t know if it´s very usefull… maybe
    it´s a way of saying “Hey! I´m your “Big Broogle” and
    i´m looking you!

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