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Hola a todos!! Miss Marisa, Miss Lopez´s friend and journalist writing to you!! This time from A Coruña, Spain where I’m on vacation, as school begins on september here in Spain/Italy and our world is rapidly changing it’s time to think about the system, today on this great TED conference psychologist Philip Zimbardo asks, “Why are boys struggling?” He shares some stats (lower graduation rates, higher rates of unemployment) and suggests a few reasons — and he asks for your help! Watch his talk, then take his short 10-question survey: http://on.ted.com/PZSurvey
El psicólogo Philip Zimbardo se pregunta sobre la crisis de los chicos. Comparte con nosotros algunos datos escolares y nos sugiere algunas razones de la crisis. Nos pide además ayuda, haciéndonos responder un simple cuestionario de 10 preguntas. No se pierdan esta increible conferencia de TED.
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Ciao amici!! I’ ve seen a fantastic exhibition from fashion photographer Mario Testino and I can not wait to tell you about it!!
After the great opening in Madrid on septembre 21st 2010 “Todo o nada (all or nothing, tutto o niente) Mario Testino opened in Rome at the Fondazione Memmo. The show’s theme is the beautiful, sensual tension that exists between being clothed –todo- and being nude-nada- , documented in 54 exquisite Testino images, ranging from Nicole Kidman in dramatic Givenchy haute couture to a full-length shot of Demi Moore not wearing a stitch of anything, couture or otherwise. Where, after all, is that frisson more pronounced than in Rome? A city that seems to permanently exist in a collision between impeccably dressed signoras and acres of flesh sculpted from creamy marble, and has been ever since back in the day, when Rome was the kind of global/decadent superpower that can still get an HBO miniseries two-plus millennia later.
“As a concept, it often inspires me, the balance between the two opposites,” said Testino of his show’s theme at the exhibition’s opening party, which was cohosted by Silvia Venturini Fendi, Frida Giannini (sadly, missing in action), and Valentino’s Pier Paolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri. Testino was unsure which (nude? attired?) he ultimately preferred for his work. “It all depends,” he said, laughing, “on the situation.” Directly after the opening, there was a dinner for Testino at Palazzo Ruspoli.
Dreat times here in ‘not that ancient’ Rome even if History is everywhere here.
Sometimes ‘ todo’ or sometimes ‘nada’, feelgood womanhood!! Ciao Ciao.
Buon Giorno a tutti!!
This is Miss Marisa from Rome waiting for the last part of vacation at the end of august. Today I’ve found this cute jewelry from Jessica McMullen.
Betty+Cash is the work of jewelry designer Jessica McMullen who works solely with metal to make simple, beautiful forms “for people with fiddle fingers or who had a Lego building childhood.
Betty+Cash was created by Jessica McMullen in 2010. Jessica has been creating and exhibiting contemporary jewellery since 1997.
I just can not decide which is my favourite one.
Enjoy summer an the beach and feelgood womanhood!!
Buon giorno a tutti!! This is Marisa from Rome, Isn’t it amazing Galicia, and A Coruña where Miss Lopez is on vacation now? It’s one of the most beautiful places in Spain and if you love Spain and stil don’t know Gallicia you should go. It’s not only about discovering fantastic things and places: the food is also awesome!! and what about Miss Barcelona in Amsterdam, and Miss Miranda fashion tips? Always on the go and Bellissime – so gorgeous- !!!
Today we have a great Ted Talk a revolution everybody has always thought at least one time in life.
Is there something you’ve always meant to do, wanted to do, but just … haven’t? Matt Cutts suggests: Try it for 30 days. This short, lighthearted talk offers a neat way to think about setting and achieving goals.
Matt Cutts works on search at Google, specializing in search optimization. He’s a friendly and public face for helping webmasters understand how Google’s search actually works, making hundreds of videos that answer questions about SEO.
(SearchEngineLand made this handy chart of all of them.) He’s an advocate for cutting down on poor practice such as link spam. He also wrote the first version of SafeSearch, Google’s family filter.
Keep trying it and feel good woman hood!!
Whish you a bella vita!! Ciao-ciao
Buon Giorno a tutti this is Marisa from absolutely hot Rome today, even at 8 a.m., just to remind you the fantastic photography festival, Les Rencontres d’Arles has just began, here you have some information about it.
Opening week 4th July – 10th July, the Festival runs from 4th July – 18th September 2011
The celebrated International Photography Festival, Les Rencontres d’Arles, perhaps the most important annual photographic event in the world, has for the last four decades been one of the greatest celebrations of
photography featuring the finest in the world of photography: the finest work, venues, events, talks, people, and celebration of the art. Arles has been an essential stop for any photography professional particularly during the
festival. This year the 42nd Les Rencontres d’Arles Festival opening week is 4th -10th of July 2011 and the rest of the festival runs until the 18th of September 2011 featuring over 60 photographic exhibitions and numerous other events
installed in various exceptional heritage sites of Arles. Les Rencontres d’Arles has very much an international following attracting prominent collectors, curators, gallerists, artists, publishers and photography enthusiasts from around the world. In 2010 attendees were estimated at 73,000, including over 5,000 journalists.
Over the years Arles has played host to many of the most significant figures in photography. Ansel Adams, Brassai, André Kertesz, Martin Parr and most recently Nan Goldin have all graced the programme, which comprises exhibitions examining contemporary photographic practice and emerging markets.
Take pictures and feel good woman hood. a la prossima!! Ciao-ciao