My most recent Global Voices post, “Cuba: Cables Reveal Government Sees Bloggers as ‘Most Serious Challenge,’” looks at several cables… Read more On Global Voices: Cuba, USINT, and Wikileaks
I have been on hiatus from half-wired for a few weeks, because of final exams and life in general. Now… Read more Blogging consistently is hard to do
Yoani Sánchez recently imagined for her readers a blissful, free market-economic future for Cuba. Entitled “Neoliberalismo,” the post hailed Cuba’s… Read more Another utopia? Yoani on neoliberalism in Cuba
Earlier this week, Yoani Sanchez tweeted that she could no longer send Twitter messages from her cellphone, via SMS (presumably,… Read more Technical difficulties
Elaine Díaz is an “independent” blogger in Cuba. As she put it, she is a blogger who has not declared… Read more Cuban self-censorship
Days before government officials announced their intentions to release fifty-two of the island’s political prisoners, Granma, Cuba’s largest newspaper, which… Read more Half-journalism (at most)
Just hours after the demonstrations took place, images of the Damas de Blanco being hauled away by the Cuban police appeared… Read more Hunger strikers? What hunger strikers?