Around this time last year, I had a meeting with a graphic designer who had come to my former office… Read more Take a closer look, freedom-lovers
In addition to triggering the greatest civic hell-raising in Internet history and inspiring numerous nonsensical quips about Latin cuisine and… Read more In Cuba, art is a public good (but the Internet will have to wait)
As I study Internet use and human rights in different parts of the world, I am routinely struck by how… Read more Free isn’t easy
Hollywood actors can do almost anything—unless they are short on cash. A few weeks ago, the Wall Street Journal featured an… Read more Julia Stiles should stick to her day job
I have a lot to say about Wikileaks as far as Cuba is concerned, but rather than squawking about whether… Read more Wikileaks and Cuba: what if there were no documents to be leaked?
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
During my recent break from work (and half-wired), I had a chance to interview Philadelphia-based Cuban choreographer Marianela Boán, who… Read more Marianela Boán on art worlds in Cuba and the US