The New Republic’s website has a nice article by Daniel Lansberg-Rodríguez on the tendency in Latin America to write and re-write our Constitutions, a phenomenon he cleverly calls "Wiki-constitutionalism."   

We haven’t had the pleasure of Lansberg-Rodríguez acquaintance yet, but he signs off as a graduate of Carleton College and the Kennedy School, and now works for the Sucre Municipality on "entrepeneurial development programs."

It makes me wonder if reading about his real job would make for more interesting material.