Latest posts by David Sasaki from September, 2005
Mark in Mexico tries to defend an earlier post in which he was critical of Mexican culture and corruption. Today's post has new examples of cultural deficiency such as unclean...
A group of Chilean bloggers have come up with an open source and more affordable alternative [ES] to the government's “My First PC” program.
Andrés Duque has a summary of last weekend's march in Santiago, Chile to celebrate the “decision by the Education Ministry to adopt sexual orientation non-discrimination language in the standard high-school...
After summarizing an investigation which found that the Salvadoran government “has done little to prepare to evacuate the 12,700 people who live beside the Ilamatepec (Santa Ana) volcano,” Tim's El...
BlogsPerú has a summary [ES] of the First Festival of Blogs: Blogs y Author's Rights, a virtual and well-coordinated discussion throughout the Peruvian blogosphere.
Caribbean Free Radio Podcast number 33 – a conversation with Lilliput Theater Company alumi, Elisha Bartels and Nicholai LaBarrie – is now available.
Taran Rampersad has an informative, hyperlinked remix of Prime Minister Patrick Manning's 2005-2006 Budget Statement followed by Taran's own commentary on its significance.
Michelle Dion and Matthew Shugart continue to disagree on the level of legislative independence and its political and electoral effects in Mexico.
Matthias Goodman has an exhaustive post on the career of famed Mexican slap-stick comedian, Chesperito.
Lusan has a brief introduction to the history of reggae music in Jamaica.
Christian Ocampo has an update [ES] on the “My First PC, But For Real” campaign's petition which was delivered to president Lagos.
MABB has a collection of news excerpts from around the world relating to Bolivia including a focused look on U.S. interest in the region.
Claudio Tellez, a German-born, conservative, Chilean mathematician living in Brazil offers an introductory first post on his new English-language weblog.
With global oil reserves running low, Belizean writes about a company which will begin searching for oil in Belize.
Barrio Flores has the results from the “latest” pre-election poll taken nearly three weeks ago. Eduardo wonders if the numbers have changed since front-runner Evo Morales announced he would end...
Bermuda Blog has some photos of tropical storm Philippe's passing 60 miles south of the island.