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Blogging, Berlusconi, Fabio Chuisi and Gagging

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Blogging and Bloggers are a problem to authoritarian control. But they are not a problem for truth and a better society.

Obama, Berlusconi, US Federal Reserve. Take some notes.

  1. Fabio Chiusi is not the problem – he is part of the solution.
  2. We bloggers are here to help you get things right.
  3. Failed Bank Robbers may be too stupid to know they are too stupid to be bank robbers which could evoke “diminished responsibility”. This might also apply to you.
  4. The Federal Reserve needs to be shut, or shut up.
  5. We are here dealing with unknown Unknowns that don’t get to see the light of day without us. … Continue Reading

The Sistine Chapel: Digital Tour

Screenshot of Sistine Chapel Virtual Tour

The ladies over at Eternally Cool, one of our favourite blogs about Rome, have a knack for discovering otherwise well-kept secrets in Rome’s world of art and design. Now, they have shared with the world that the Vatican has launched a high-resolution, interactive, virtual tour of the Sistine Chapel: … Continue Reading

Caravaggio: 400th Anniversary Exhibition

February 23, 2010 Culture, Exploring Rome No Comments
A Caravaggio painting

This year will mark the 400th death-anniversary of Caravaggio, a highly acclaimed but controversial baroque master most intricately linked to the city of Rome. … Continue Reading

The Vatican Museums

October 21, 2009 Culture, Exploring Rome No Comments
View of Vatican from the Tiber

The Vatican Museums, in Viale Vaticano in Rome, inside the Vatican City, are among the greatest museums in the world, since they display works from the immense collection built up by the Roman Catholic Church throughout the centuries.

Pope Julius II founded the museums in the 16th century. … Continue Reading

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