Latest posts by Eduardo Avila from October, 2007
TV Galápagos [ES] is a blog aimed at promoting tourism in the Galápagos Islands in Ecuador.
Cobertura Digital [ES] and the Blog de Palulo [ES] write about the 16-year-old Ecuadoran podcaster that appeared in the El Comercio newspaper.
Eduardo Beta compares the Argentine elections of 1995 and 2007 in his latest post in Grito Argentino [ES].
eBlog [ES] writes about the recent shows by reunited band Soda Stereo that took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Aaron Ortiz of Pensieve writes about the murder of radio journalist Carlos Salgado in Honduras.
La Gringa writes about the different combination of juices in her favorite juice store, Chapala, in La Ceiba, Honduras.
The Bolivian government announced a drastic change in providing retirement benefits to elderly Bolivians under a plan called “Renta Dignidad”. These funds replace the annual “Bonosol”, and will come directly from the Direct Hydrocarbons Tax (IDH for its initials in Spanish) and will be payable once a month for all...
Eduardo Villanueva of Casi Un Blog Mk. II [ES] is puzzled by the Peruvian census question that asks about religion and writes, “I do not want to, nor do I need to reveal to the INEI that I am agnostic….why are they asking me something that is not constitutionally legal...
Desde El Tercer Piso [ES] reflects upon the Peruvian government's decision to participate in the One Laptop Per Child project with the purchase of 40,000 XO computers.
Google Day in Quito, Ecuador is planned for October 26. Christian Espinoza of Cobertura Digital [ES] is looking forward to the event and to the workshop to find more about Adwords and Adsense.
Juan Arellano of Globalizado [ES] publishes photos of the Señor de los Milagros (Lord of the Miracles) religious procession in Lima, Peru.
Read the liveblogging recaps in Spanish by Juliana Rincón of Medea Material [ES] from PopTech! in Camden, Maine.
On October 31, Wordcamp 2007 [ES] will be held and is “a conference for users and developers of WordPress; covering topics that will help you blog, know your audience and meet other bloggers.
Pablo Mancini [ES] writes about candidate for provincial governor Francisco de Navárez and his use of Flickr, Del.icio.us, Picasa, Odeo, Soapbox, YouTube, and now Second Life to reach potential voters.
Mario Duran of Palabras Libres [ES] provides firsthand photos of bars and nightclubs in El Alto, Bolivia that were burned by neighbors, who accused the establishments of selling alcohol to minors and being centers of crime.
Bloggings by Boz provides the latest poll numbers for the Guatmela runoff election scheduled for November 4.
Randy Paul of Beautiful Horizons provides his thought on the latest Brazilian film “Elite Squad”
Muestra Artistica [ES] describes his own neighborhood of Santo Domingo in Medellin, Colombia.
Cristina Quisbert of Bolivia Indigena [ES] writes about different modes of transportation in the city of El Alto.
From Medellin, Colombia, the Rising Voices project Hiperbarrio [ES] provides its latest update.
Rosario Blog Day [ES] is scheduled for November 9th at the Centro de Expresiones Contemporáneas in Rosario, Argentina and whose aim is to “generate spaces for exchange and conversations regarding knowledge, ideas and initiatives related to the social internet or web 2.0.”