Inside the Chilean Blogs world, we have a specialist blog community. This community is characterized by people that have worked for the government, or are in the academic field, participate in social movement and also have leadership in their area. It is not only a thematic blog community, these are advisors that have moved to the blog world to express their own beliefs and they have a deep commitment to building a better society. They use the blog as a platform for spread their knowledge. Most of them are advisors, have governmental jobs or have some government relations, or just because of their leadership are in some way involved in the architecture of social meaning. What follows is not a complete list of all the specialist leadership bloggers, but a selection that will be growing in the next post.
José Miguel Muga works on the Congress library as Director of the project for Innovation of services for parliaments and citizens, oriented to develop public value to actual and new library services, sponsored by IADB. His blog is a mixture of social and viral marketing.
José Joaquin Brunner is an expert on the field of education, ex Secretary of Education; actually he is a research-professor of Adolfo Ibanez University and also member of the directive board of the International Institute of Planning Education (IIPE), of the UNESCO. His blog is about education and reflections about it. Another education field is design: Rodrigo Walker, Director of Design School of “Universidad Mayor” , works with students to develop skills that allow them to be competitive about the opportunities that international economic treatments give us, in the industrial design area. The blog is oriented to give students that vision.
Jorge Navarrete is an Advisor of the council committee of the National Defense Ministry, and his blog is about different publications of national and international political issues. Also, Clara Szczaranski, head of the Council of the same ministry has her personal view of life on her blog, using it as a form to express her reflections.