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alan flores

I´m a doctor living in Monterrey, Mexico. Recently I have been using blogs, and they have become a great tool to express myself in many ways. Obviously I´m not a journalist, but I´m a citizen of the world. And the things that happened around effect me too. Hopefully Global Voices can be a good expression project as well.

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Latest posts by alan flores

4 February 2006

From Geocities to MTYBlogs: The History of Monterrey's Blogosphere

The following Mexican-centered history of weblogs was first published as a three part series on RegioBlogs by contributor, Dr. Alan Flores. It was translated by Andres Hardrada and David Sasaki...

27 December 2005

Mexico: Interview with Javier Treviño

La versión original de este artículo está disponible en español. The following interview, conducted by Mexican contributing writer, Alan Flores, was translated by Linda Evarts. The interviewee, Javier Treviño Cantú,...

28 October 2005

Hurricane Wilma Through Monterrey's Eyes

Last week's theme among bloggers here in Monterrey, Mexico was hurricane Wilma. We have all kinds of point of views about the subject. Reading goleech, we have a very valid...

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