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… And we’re back!

This site has been offline for a few months now, as we worked on transforming it from the conference blog for the International Conference on Latin American Cybercultural Studies into an ongoing dynamic site for the Latamcyber project as a whole. We’re delighted to now be back with the new version of the site, and we hope you will find it useful. As well as pages giving general information about the Latamcyber project, its members, current research and latest publications, we’ve included documentation of the events organised by the Latamcyber project since 2006, as well as our joint presentations and panels at other events. There is also a page specifically about the Latin American net.art project led by Claire Taylor.

On the homepage, we have included a section on upcoming talks, and show our latest links on Delicious and photos on Flickr. We also highlight the different ways you can follow or engage with the project, whether it is through Twitter (@latamcyber), RSS, email, or by joining our mailing list. If you want to get in touch you can use the form here or write directly to the project leader, Claire Taylor.

Like all blogs and websites, this is a work in progress, and so we will continue to adjust and update it to reflect ongoing developments in the project.



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