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Tourism links in Mexico Ron Mader

Tourist information on the web can assist travelers not only in choosing their destinations but making the most of their vacation time. That said, online information about Mexico tends toward a glitzy ... read more

Tourism Mexico links part 2 Ron Mader

Who does the best job promoting Mexican tourism on the web? Not surprisingly, it's a cadre of talented individuals as well as city and state agencies. Last month's review of larger institutional websit... read more

Guadalajara links Ron Mader

GUADALAJARA Local websites reveal that Guadalajara is a lot more than just tequila and mariachis.   Guadalajara has always been a popular destination thanks to its lively music, beau... read more

On the road to enlightenment Ron Mader

UNAM UNITED STATES INTERNATIONAL UNIVERSITY - MEXICO NORTH AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL LEADERSHIP NETWOR (El Net) TEC ... read more

The Yucatan peninsula links Ron Mader

All regions in Mexico differ from each other, but some are profoundly different. The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the continent's newest territories, emerging from the sea roughly 60 million years ago a... read more

Sites that are redrawing the map of Mexico Ron Mader

In its promotion of destinations in Mexico, Sectur, the country's tourism secretariat, heralds the "endless opportunities" for exploration, but travelers may end up frustrated by the lack of good maps.... read more

Mexico calling - radio on the web Ron Mader

ZONA LATINA MEXICO RADIO-TV SECRETARIA DE COMUNICACIONES Y TRANSPORTES OTHER WEBSITES ... read more

Charitable foundations in Mexico and elsewhere Ron Mader

Charitable foundations —both in Mexico and worldwide —need to lay their groundwork on the Web   It’s a curious thing. While many foundations provide some information over the I... read more

Mexican bus travel (in all its adventure and glory) Ron Mader

Bus travel in Mexico is among the finest in the world. Bus stations, called centrales camioneras, are comparable to European train depots. The quality and frequency of Mexican buses will delight any tr... read more

Veracruz online Ron Mader

Veracruz isn’t just about coffee, Caribbean music and beautiful beaches —it’s also about excellent websites. The area boasts a generous mix of everything you could ask for—tropical forests and ... read more

Mexico on the web: the electronic newsstand: part 2 Ron Mader

Mexico on the Web: The electronic newsstand: part 2   Last month we explored Internet sources of news on Mexico among the Mexican press. English-language readers can also find a good overview of... read more

Bulletin boards and forums about Mexico Ron Mader

Electronic bulletin boards are the digital-age equivalent of cork message boards. Instead of thumbtacks, all that is required is a click of a mouse to post a question or announce an event. Many of the ... read more

Using indices to sort it all out Ron Mader

The problem with finding information about Mexico on the Web isn't so much the lack of good websites, but the difficulty of locating them. There are two ways of finding materials on the 'Net: by perfor... read more

Look to the web for a perfect introduction to Mexico City Ron Mader

While a substantial number of English speakers live in Mexico City, the Web offers paltry resources in English about the world's largest megalopolis. Yet for those Mexicophiles who feel the need to sta... read more

Consumer protection links Ron Mader

PROFECO - FEDERAL CONSUMER PROTECTION AGENCY CONDUSEF - NATIONAL COMMISSION FOR THE PROTECTION AND DEFENSE OF FINANCIAL SERVICES USERS COFEME... read more

Ron Mader's home page Ron Mader

RON MADER'S HOME PAGE ON MEXICO CONNECT   His Bio Ron Mader's work catalyzes communication about environmental conservation and travel. Ron's professional background includes a wide range of... read more

Volcanoes in Mexico Ron Mader

When Spanish conquistador Hernán Cortés was asked to describe Mexico in the early 1500s, he is said to have crumpled up a piece of paper and set it on a table, demonstrating Mexico's mountainous land... read more

Plan Puebla-Panama Ron Mader

INTERAMERICAN DEVELOPMENT BANK PRESIDENCIA BANK INFORMATION CENTER GLOBAL EXCHANGE CIEPAC ... read more

Mexico web cams Ron Mader

The Internet is often touted as a virtual library. The description conjures images of endless bookshelves, a vast labyrinth of information. That's a good start, but there is so much more. Satellite pho... read more

Virtual galleries and museums Ron Mader

In a country that boasts of more than 3,000 years of civilization, Mexican artists have long garnered respect around the globe. During the past few millennia, artisans carved elaborate glyphs in stone ... read more

Seeing the forests and the trees links Ron Mader

Mexican forests cover more than 140 million hectares or about 72% of the national territory. That said, the trees are falling quickly. A recent government study of satellite images, the country is losi... read more

Migration: documented on the web Ron Mader

Recent events have placed migration in Mexico's political spotlight. High-level discussions between political leaders throughout North America underscore the great changes taking place. The Web provide... read more

Bugs on the net Ron Mader

Journalist and savvy webmaster Ron Mader sifts through the web to find the most interesting and unusual Mexico-related websites. Ron is the webhost of the popular Planeta.com: Eco Travels in L... read more

Showcasing quality sites Ron Mader

I have written about the development of Mexico-related Internet resources since the late 1980s. My introduction to the Web began as a graduate student at the University of Texas when I started research... read more

Mexico City's uncommon environment Ron Mader

In most cities, a weather report gives ample information covering the day's temperatures, wind conditions and general forecast. But in the smog-choked Mexico City metropolis, often called the world's ... read more
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