we have the spanish version of freevlog
that could help a lot too:

though mexican spanish
and spain spanish are somewhat different in accent etc

maybe someone wants to help us translate into a mexican dialect?


On 12/19/05, andrew michael baron <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> Amanda I were invited to Mexico City last week to help launch a
> videoblogging contest for the spanish speaking part of the word, on
> behalf of Intel.
> Out of everything I have ever been involved with so far, this is
> probably the biggest, most exciting thing. I was a little nervous at
> first about the idea of pairing a "contest" with "videoblogging" but
> the main point to to bring awareness to the whole Spanish speaking
> world about what is going on with this movement we are all involved in.
> If you live in Mexico, and especially if you do not live in Mexico
> City, getting a camera and a laptop is not quite as easy for as many
> people. Even though we call these tools cheap, and have more leisure
> time to pursue hobbies, etc, its just not the same there so its more
> difficult to get people on board to start up the process. The winners
> of the contest will receive equipment like a laptop, a camera and
> free internet space. The judges include a famous Mexican film maker,
> famous bloggers and a couple of other very cool industry experts, all
> who have been fighting to raise awareness and help rise up the
> mexican community into this space.
> While we were there, through press conferences, MSM meetings, and
> radio and newspaper interviews, we did our best to explain the main
> point that this medium is very accessible and that now is a great
> time to jump in and make an impact.
> Pardon my overly idealistic intent, but I can't help but think
> videoblogging is exactly what people in less privileged regions of
> the world can use to rise up to more fair and equal ground. I wish I
> spoke spanish and could do more to help promote it, so if you are
> interested or find this important, please have a look at http://
> and pass on the info to anyone you know who
> might find an avenue to get the word out. The name, luz, camara,
> enter means, basically, lights, camera action.
> Yahoo! Groups Links

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