Posted on 03. Apr, 2013 by Colin.
My review of Confessions of an Online Hustler by Matt Forney, publisher of the shuttered, alt-right blog, In Mala Fide.
Posted on 27. Mar, 2013 by Colin.
My Hugo Chavez Rant, a review of Blogging the Revolution by Francisco Toro and Juan Cristobal Nagel of Caracas Chronicles.
Posted on 09. Mar, 2013 by Colin.
Explaining my support for the death of privacy and the New Publicness. In other words, WHY I BLOG UNDER MY REAL NAME.
Posted on 18. Dec, 2012 by Colin.
A look at business in China: the lack of innovation, the dishonesty, the corruption, the worst of the worst.
Posted on 05. Dec, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: A critique of the false legacy of China’s beloved leader, Mao Zedong.
Posted on 22. Oct, 2012 by Colin.
Summary and review of The Fish that Ate the Whale: The Life and Times of America’s Banana King by Rich Cohen.
Posted on 08. Oct, 2012 by Colin.
My review of ‘Oblivion’ by Hector Abad Faciolince, which describes the life of a progressive paisa doctor killed by paramilitaries.
Posted on 23. Sep, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY:A breakdown by several criteria for which is the better country for expats to live in: Colombia or Peru.
Posted on 05. Sep, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: Review of Julie MacIntosh’s Dethroning the King: Anheuser-Busch’s hostile takeover by InBev, making Budweiser a foreign-owned beer.
Posted on 05. Aug, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: A look at two artifacts of classism: car ownership and domestic servants.
Posted on 24. Jul, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: Describing classism, status, and the importance of (perceived) social class in Latin America.
Posted on 17. Jul, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: A bullish look at Colombia’s economy, in the context of Canadian Scotiabank’s purchase of Colpatria.
Posted on 06. Jun, 2012 by Colin.
SUMMARY: Discussing the link between poverty and sex tourism, and whether sex tourism is necessary in impoverished countries.
Posted on 02. May, 2012 by Colin.
Discussing the “image of Colombia” and gringo do-gooders’ criticism of Expat Chronicles for “perpetuating stereotypes.”