There was a blog, written by an Italian under a pseudonym, called ‘Italy is Falling’. This blog is no more. From the title of the blog, ‘Italy is Falling’, one can understand the writers feelings towards contemporary Italy. Others, it seems, might also believe that Italy is falling.
Guess where this place is in Italy -both the name and the location – and get an Amazon Gift Voucher or an upgrade to a Yahoo Flickr Pro account.
This week’s Guess Where in Italy? fun quiz features a photo courtesy of @pixiebisous, whose colourful image caught my little eye on Twitter.
After a break, the Guess Where in Italy? series is back! To kick things off, here is one of my own photographs.
Just before the New Year arrived I pondered who my own personal Italian of the decade might be. My thoughts evolved from discussions into a poll, and here are the results, along with an apology for certain omissions.
BlogfromItaly is kicking off 2010 on an optimistic note. This post is about BridgestoItaly – a networking site set up by enterprising Italian Bianca Dellepiane to provide a little online publicity for the work of Italian scientists in the Biotech, Nanotech, Cleantech and High-tech sectors.
I’ve been having an interesting discussion over on Twitter via my @newsfromitaly persona. The question I posed was ‘Who’s your Italian of the Decade? Someone who has raised Italy’s image positively throughout the world.’
The news seems to be wending its way around the world that Italy’s prime minister Silvio Berlusconi was attacked while he was leaving a political rally in Milan, Italy yesterday. Facts are still coming in and a fake Facebook appears to have been set up too.
Well, we’re not sure if it’s really the dreaded swine flue H1N1 virus, but my other half thinks it could well be. Whatever it is, this distinctly flu-like illness, has laid all three of us low.