Thursday, April 21, 2011

The Venezuelan electricity crisis summarized for Canada

Since it is Semana Santa in Venezuela, light writing to be expected around here.  So for your enjoyment a little summary of the electricity crisis in Venezuela for our dearest Canuck audience.

4 comments:

  1. Daniel, if you're interested, I could edit the articles you submit to the news media. This was very well written, but there are a few mistakes that could be easily fixed. I'd like to volunteer to do this for you!

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  2. nicacat

    Well, they edit it over there. Still, if you have press experience and are willing to edit, write me.

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  3. Good article, Daniel. Very clear andc, I think, correct about causation. I DID think that your editor had missed a few slightly-misstated idioms, ie. "by way of illustation", but that was really quite minimal in impact overall.

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  4. Daniel, I don´t have press experience. However, having been an English/Spanish major, and especially since I'm a native bi-lingual, I believe that I'm particularly able to edit your posts.

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