Latin America has been the birthplace of great political revolutionaries—Che Guevara, Simon Bolivar, Fidel Castro, and Micaela Bastidas. In this issue, we are featuring innovators creating their own revolution through art, music, literature, and technology.
Imagine life without music. Imagine driving down the highway and not being able to listen to your favorite track, riding the subway without your ipod. Walk into a club and dance beneath the disco ball with no beats? What kind of world would we live in? Are you able to even begin to imagine the prospect of a world without music?
Online video is one of the fastest growing formats for advertising products/services and entertainment. As the cost of both video technology and high-speed broadband connections becomes continually lower, video is becoming an ever larger part of people’s lives. With so much research pointing to the effectiveness of online video, we had to dedicate at least one edition to this phenomenal trend.
The need to stay in the loop on current events in today’s increasingly wired and interdependent world is a permanent duty of today’s global citizen. One of the most effective and engaging ways of doing so, arguably, is the online interview format. The proliferation of citizen journalism made possible by the Internet and its enabling tools has also made it possible to offer exactly that… digital content in the form of digital interviews created by citizens for the public at large about topics and issues that are real, relevant, and timely.