Category: Internet

Royal wallpapers Photo: Makalu at PixaPay
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Royal wallpapers

I am always on the look for new royal wallpapers for either my telephone or computer. Of course I can use my own photos, but there are some real good ones online. For my desktop I use Yellow.bt, which is unfortunately not releasing a royal calendar anymore each month. For my phone I discovered the […]

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Farewell forums and messageboards? Photo from Pixabay
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Farewell forums and messageboards?

Is anyone of my followers still regularly visiting forums and messageboards? Apart from the genealogical one I am running with a friend, I hardly go anywhere these days. Occasionally I pop into one of the bigger forums or a messageboard, but not very often, and I don’t join any discussion anymore. The bigger international ones […]

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The Luxembourg Royals on the internet
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The Luxembourg Royals on the internet

The Waringo report on the internal management of the Grand Ducal Court of Luxembourg was presented to the public on 31 January 2020. One can learn from it that the Grand Ducal Court since 2001 has a communication service, that deals with the communication of the activities and news of the court, requests for information […]

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The British Royals on the Internet
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The British Royals on the Internet

Originally published in January 2018, updated February 2020 A modern royal family, even many non-reigning ones, can hardly do without an official website anymore. And many royal houses also use social media. A royal family is important for the identity of a country, and therefore should present itself well online. What does make a website […]

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Learn without limits – Future Learn
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Learn without limits – Future Learn

Some time ago I discovered this great website Future Learn, that offers quite good courses for free. Whatever you like there is a course for you, often offered by a real university. Some courses are somewhat longer than others, from two to maybe even ten weeks long. Almost every course offers an upgrade when you […]

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The new British social media community guidelines Photo from Pixabay
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The new British social media community guidelines

Although it shouldn’t be necessary, the British royal court on 4 March 2019 introduced what they call “Social Media Community Guidelines“. As lots of us royalty watchers have noticed over the years, the Internet has changed. I recently wrote a bit about that subject. A group of people – not only teenagers but also lots […]

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Should Queen Rania have attacked a blog?
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Should Queen Rania have attacked a blog?

The year 2019 hasn’t started to well for a few fellow bloggers that I value very much for their hard work to identify designers for the clothing of many royals. UFO No More is a great blog, their post “How Much Is It Worth?” for 2018 however highly criticized and this time not only by […]

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The Royals and Social Media Photo from Pixabay
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The Royals and Social Media

Like so many people I use the social media. I’ve got my Twitter feed open almost all day, as that is the place to be to follow people and get the royal news faster than anywhere else. Facebook is more for the personal contacts. I have a private account and an open one for my […]

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