SOS – Help Save Italian Bloggers
The following text is from the ‘ammazzablog’ site, which was created by Italian bloggers who are extremely worried, as I have written before, that Italy’s politicians are trying to stifle freedom of speech in Italy.
Magazines Are Dead, Hello Web
One of Blog from Italy’s aims is to tell the world about the good things you will find in Italy. Good things like Calabria for example, where fellow blogger Cherrye runs an bed and breakfast.
Want to Modify Your WordPress Theme?
Miss Expatria said she liked Blog from Italy’s new look, so I thought I’d write and tell you about two tools which I use to help me tinker with the ‘styling’ of this site. If all you want to do is change some of the cascading style sheet stuff, in terms of colours and text […]
Yes, I know Monday is now but a memory, and that it is now Wednesday. But Monday was a fun day! Why a fun day? Well, aside from the usual stuff, I also made a vulgar suggestion to an artist I had never spoken to before – in Italian, then, after having retrieved the little […]
Not All Italian Websites Look So Bad
At the risk of being accused of being a pot calling a kettle black (Yep, I know this blog is getting rather cluttered), I have to say that after doing a little web based research for my latest project, my Italy is in Italian contemporary art site, I’ve come across some rather good looking, and, […]
Don’t Touch WordPress 2.5!
Having read that WordPress 2.5 was out, I was curious to see what it was like, but I had also read that there were problems. However, my curiosity got the better of me, and I went ahead and installed this new milestone release of my favourite blogging platform. Only, I installed WordPress 2.5 on a […]
Is Blogging a Form of Journalism?
A good question, and quite a few real ‘journalists’ would disagree that bloggers, for the most part, can claim to be journalists, even if some journalists are bloggers. Oddly enough, one of the definitions of the word ‘journalist‘ is “a person who keeps a journal, diary, or other record of daily events.” In many ways, […]
Books on Italy
Rooting around on Amazon trying to find Italian things to add to mention on this site has been proving to be an interesting exercise. I’ve discovered that there are not that many books about the northern regions of Italy. Tuscany, as you may imagine, has had plenty of books written about it, whereas Trento, where […]
Things to do. Done!
I’ve upgraded the ‘Almost all Posts’ page with a system which lists every post I’ve scribbled chronological order. Delve away. I just hope my server does not protest. And, there is now a thingy which allows you to be notified when and if anyone, like me, replies to one of your comments. Just tick the […]