I don’t know about you, but I find it interesting to read about people who live and work in different countries. Of course, as I am Mexican, I am very interested in the internet.
The Mexican internet is a special case though. It’s the one internet where you can find more people that speak your language than you could if you were in the US. Mexican websites are a great place to discover new things. You can read about things that are important or interesting in your own language, but you also can find people who are fluent in different languages that you cannot find in your own country.
Mexico and Mexico-based internet users are an interesting group of Internet users. I think there is a lot of confusion on the internet about what the differences between Mexico and the United States really are. For the most part, Mexicans seem to think that they are the same country. So I am curious what you think. I am very interested in how the Mexico internet has changed.
I think the truth is that Mexico and Mexico-based internet users are two different groups. Mexico is a very large country with a very large population spread out across different geographic regions. There is a long history of immigrants from Mexico, and the country has become a melting pot. I don’t think Mexico-based users think they are Mexican, really, and I think a lot of us don’t necessarily think that they are really Mexicans either.
I think that Mexico-based users are very much in the minority. I have not seen a single Mexican internet user that I know of, and I have seen at least one non-Mexican who seems to be an internet user. They are more often English speaking, but I dont think they are really Mexican. I think the majority of Mexican internet users are still Mexican-born.
So much of Mexico is bilingual, as well as being a very culturally diverse country. And a lot of us are bilingual. We are born in the country, we live there, and then we come back and we live in the country again. We live in the country, and then we live in Mexico, and then we come back and we live in the country again. So it does seem that Mexico is an interesting place to be.
MeXican Internet users seem to be a very American group. I am Mexican, and I have a Spanish blog. I also belong to the IATx community. But I think a lot of Mexican internet users are just not born in Mexico and their parents live outside of Mexico. They are not really Americans either. They are often American-born because they have moved back and forth for years.
It’s really hard to tell who might actually be Mexican and who might not. It’s easy to say that Mexicans are mostly Americans, but not a lot of people are born in Mexico.
I don’t think the Mexican internet community is nearly as large as IATx, but I think it is substantial nevertheless. Myself as a Mexican, I am often annoyed by the English-speaking internet community. People who are not American from the US and who do not speak English are always the most dominant. I usually do not want to be on the Internet and talk to people who speak English and who are not from the US.
Yes, Mexicans and Mexicans in general are quite aware of that. If you are a Mexican in the US and you want to use the Internet with a Mexican, you should not be so arrogant as to assume that you know what a Mexican from the US would say or do. You may get a rude turn on the Internet, but it’s probably not going to be something that you would regret.