Latinos Spend More Time On Social Media Than Other Groups

Latinos Spend More Time On Social Media Than Other Groups

Mary Mata March 9, 2012

By Juan Elizondo Given the habits in my own home, I wasn’t surprised to read more evidence that Hispanics spend more time in social media channels than other ethnic groups in the United States. […]

The Internet Is Key To Latino Politics

NewsTaco December 7, 2011

Here’s something interesting to think about while you tap away at your keyboard: P365 dusted-off a Forrester Research study that claims: forty percent of Latinos used the Web for content creation and […]

My Nostalgia For A Less Techy World With People, Not Gadgets

Mary Mata November 16, 2011

In many ways, I’m old timey. I would wear a bonnet if it were socially acceptable. I wish I could churn my own butter. In high school I often dressed […]

Despite Digital Divide Latinas Are Empowered By The Internet

Mary Mata November 9, 2011

By Laura Donnelly Gonzalez, co-founder Latinitas Navigating the youth conference circuit, I’m always astounded by enthusiastic representatives from corporate curriculum companies who swear the digital divide is declining, often through flashy […]

Dating And Texting Without Your Reading Glasses

Mary Mata October 13, 2011

I love my iPhone. It’s my office in my hand. I can take a call, send a text, check my calendar, send an email and play “Angry Birds” from the […]

The Love-Hate Relationship With Our Cell Phones

Mary Mata August 15, 2011

The Pew Internet & American Life Project published an interesting report this week taking a look at how we interact with our cell phones. As we’ve written before, this information […]

AT&T, T-Mobile Merger Bad News For Latinos

Mary Mata June 22, 2011

By Jessica L. González with assistance from Fabiola Rivas and Michael J. Scurato Following up on our recent submission to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) of a petition to deny […]