Baja Infotheque Network

So, Infotheque, huh?? What’s an infotheque anyway?? We came up with the name as a mix of Information and Discotheque or in other words: Info and Entertainment. We’ve seen names like “infotainment” before but only on TV in a similar mix, so maybe leaning in that direction, at least as much as it will be possible to provide entertainment with a website.
What is the Baja Infotheque Network about? It is actually NOT a website about Baja in general - we will use this internet platform for general Baja California news and announcements yet the main function is to act like a hub, like for example the Chicago-O’Hare International Airport or LAX International Airport. Their function is to distribute incoming passengers to domestic flights and we want to “distribute” you to Baja. Sounds funny - we know, yet there is some thought behind it. Actually several - which proves on top that we can multi-task!! :-)

If you, as an interested potential Baja visitor search for Baja, Baja California, Baja Sur, BCS or Baha Mexico you will get a huge load of search results. But be honest, if you browse them,how many actually satisfy what you were looking for?? How many of the Google results bring you to websites that offer you Baja Real Estate, the best Baja Deals, the most outstanding investment option etc.?? Hey, do your own search on that - we don’t want to comment on that…..

Savor the Sights South of Border

  The next thing - besides landing on pages with content that is “tweaked” to the “red hot” Baja Real Estate market are many websites loaded with advertisement in form of banners, little squares, flashing and blinking trying to lure you in and if you click one with “the most incredible” baja offers you will end at another "super Baja deals" website.... again.

We at the Baja Infotheque Network - and many of the connected network websites - display advertisements also. Advertisements are an import tool for local business to offer their services to website visitors and plain and simple, advertisement creates income for the website operator.

No, nobody will get rich off of it yet it helps to reduce the cost of running a website. But we also believe it should be up to the visitor of a page to decide if he wants to go to see a promotion and most important — the web page should be about a Baja related topic and not created to “lure” you with some marketing and strategically placed advertisement!

Getting back to the “hub” thing. You will find all our Network connected Baja Information websites on this page have a brief description and of course the link to it. We appreciate your usage of the network and hope to satisfy your Mexico BCS info needs.

  • Mexico's counterfeit money During Mexico’s past administration, the counterfeiting of banknotes shot upwards, with 2018 showing the highest number of fake bills seized in the past six years: A total of 338,686, according to Mexico’s Central Bank (Banxico). Around 1.73 million counterfeit bills were seized during the administration of Enrique Peña Nieto, which represented a 12.5% increase with regard to the previous administration. Last year, the central bank reported that there were 66.8 counterfeit pieces for every million of authentic pieces in circulation. As for the MXN$500 bill, there were 70.9 counterfeit pieces per million. In 2018, a total of 156,425 counterfeit MXN$500 bills were seized, which stands in contrast with the 43 ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2019, 11:02 AM by Baja King
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  • U.S. makes promise Mexico blames Americans for arming the world's most powerful drug cartels, a complaint supported Friday by a U.S. government report that found nearly all of Mexico's escalating drug killings involved weapons from north of the border. President Felipe Calderon said his police and soldiers are dangerously outgunned because U.S. authorities are failing to stop the smuggling of high-powered weapons into Mexico. His attorney general called for more aggressive prosecutions of gun smugglers, saying that the U.S. constitutional right to bear arms doesn't protect them. "The Second Amendment was not put there to arm foreign criminal groups," Attorney General Eduardo Medina Mora said. Calderon has complained for two years that the United States isn ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2019, 11:49 AM by Baja King
  • Mexico Business Forecast Report Q1 2009 How Bad Will it get. In this Business Forecast Report we take a closer look at Mexico’s economic outlook in light of the turmoil in the global financial markets, continuing decline in global commodity prices, and what now appears to be a severe economic downturn in the US. We also look at how the government of President Felipe Calderón is preparing to deal with what is becoming a bleaker economic outlook for 2009, although we remain relatively confident that economic growth will regain momentum over the next couple of years to 3.9% by 2011From a political perspective, we examine how the left-wing opposition Partido de la Revolución Democrática (PRD) appears to be declining in popularity, thanks largely ...
    Posted Mar 3, 2019, 12:12 PM by Baja King
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