El Internet fue formado de seres humanos, como nosotros. Un montón de amor y respeto para todos los amigos de BoingBoing que viven en Madrid, y en España. Queremos paz tambien, igual como ustedes.
Madrid-based blogger Ignacio Escolar has this to say: "ETA ha matado hoy a más personas que en los últimos ocho años....Decir que "no hay palabras" es un tópico tan usado que ha perdido su significado. Pero es que, literalmente, hoy no encuentro en el diccionario nada con lo que nombrar a esta masacre." (The ETA killed more people today than in the last eight years in Spain... to say that 'there are no words' is a phrase so overused that it has lost its significance. But the thing is, literally, today I can't find anything in the dictionary with which to describe this massacre.")
Here is a growing list of Spanish-language blogs, many based in Madrid, covering the terrorist attack and its aftermath. Link. Many other blogs appear to be posting this image on their home pages, as an expression of solidarity. BoingBoing buddy in Spain Antonio Delgado, of caspa.tv, says that the online edition of Spanish newspaper El Pais is a paid-access-only site -- but today, all contents are free, including this PDF version of today's edition. Link. Antonio also says traffic to Spanish news websites is up eight times normal, according to this article and this one -- that's more traffic than they received on 9/11. And Jean-Luc
says that Spanish professor Jose Luis Orihuela has built a newsfeed about today's events in this post on his weblog.
Boing Boing editor/partner and tech culture journalist Xeni Jardin hosts and produces Boing Boing's in-flight TV channel on Virgin America airlines (#10 on the dial), and writes about living with breast cancer. Diagnosed in 2011. @xeni on Twitter. email: email@example.com.