First asked, first served.
That’s nearly incredible! Senigallia, the town I live in, was featured last sunday in the International Herald Tribune.
The article is about a small television channel, Disco Volante (Flying dish in Italian), that broadcasted a PBS documentary about the Italian prime minister.
Link: Senigallia on IHT.
It’s incredible how it’s simple (and free) to have access to information about internet company like Google thanks to a live webcast conference call.
I have just finished to listen to the Google third quarter financial results webcast broadcasted live on the Google web site, for analysts, journalists and ordinary web people like me.
Thanks to it I could write a short report for my italian search engine blog site, Motoricerca. Live good and fresh information as CNN and CNBC.
A very nice site for sketchers even if it’s very difficult to sketch with a mouse (for me).
I am blogging from the blog tool of Flock. Very nice indeed
All You need is to type your blog address and username/password. Flock detect your blog platform and You can write a new post.
You can insert even tag in a very simple way.
UPDATE You can read a short review with images on my Italian blog, Pandemia.
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Yes, I am still alive even if I had a lot of pressure during last weeks.
Digitalk, a new television technology talk show, for Italian satellite viewers, started last monday and I have to work hard also for the blog/web site of the programme…because I am an author of it
Busy weeks…but also a lot of fun for the new challenges.