I recently ran across a blog by a Puertorican library student titled “Información: Puente hacia el bien social“. Yesenia Hernández is a student at the University of Puerto Rico, Río Piedras, and her blog discusses a number of interesting issues relating to libraries, education, literacy, and technology, as well as cultural information on the island and its history.
Some of the previous blog posts include one on the International Book Fair in Puerto Rico, “Blackle” a lower energy web browser, technology promotion among poor populations in Brazil, UNESCO’s Information Literacy Resources Directory, and the web portal Rare Books Room, just to name a few. Hernández also offers some specific information on library issues in Puerto Rico and the academic institution where she works.
You can access her blog here, just be aware that it is all in Spanish.