Anti Gentiloni Divide

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Paolo Gentiloni has put out a tender for WiMax. Paolo is one who has no time to lose. He’s always playing tennis with his mate Ermete and in his leisure time he’s reading Liala. He’s got on with his career, from being Rutelli’s spokesperson at Rome Town Hall he has become the Minister of Communications. A Ministry that needs great commitment and competence. Paolo knows his own limits. The laws and the tenders he has written for him by the specialists in the field.
- to sort out the terms of the digital terrestrial, he telephoned Confalonieri who straight away gave him a couple of tips. Now Fede has nothing to fear: he won’t become digital until 2012. Rete4 is safe.
- so as to give new contributions to the press and to put a stop to blogs he has used a pseudonym. Given that Paolo is Rutelli’s pseudonym, it is thus a pseudo-pseudonym, the mythical Ricardo (with a single “c”) Levi. He hasn’t read the Levi-Prodi, dictated by Berlusconi and De Benedetti. He even confessed this to the 70,000 Italian bloggers and said that in future he will be more careful.
- for WiMax, the technology that transmits at 50 kilometres with hardware costs that are really low that should resolve the problem of the “last mile”, Paolo has had an extraordinary intuition: who better than those responsible for our digital divide can resolve the problem of the digital divide? After a quick consultation with Telecom, Vodafone, H3G and Wind he decided to get them to participate in the tendering process. “To increase competition in telecommunications” he explained. The frequencies for WiMax owned by the State will be handed over to those who are responsible for Italy’s lateness, according to European Union data and below the (enlarged to 27) European average. So as to facilitate the entrance of the big operators, Paolo has fixed the overall price at auction for all the licenses at 45 million Euro. A pittance for the State. Such a low price was justifiable to get new operators to come in, as has happened in France, not for the usual ones who are earning billions of Euro. After the publication of the tender, caught up with enthusiasm for having overtaken Gasparri, Paolo said: “In this way the Government confirms its commitments to reduce the digital divide still present in many Regions of Italy.”

Thanks to an action taken by the MGM company that doesn’t wanted UMTS operators (the current ones) to be admitted WiMax has come to a sudden halt. Let us try and give it the mortal blow with a petition to the European Community.

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One small step for a music band, a big step for Interbet dowloading.

Radiohead launched their last CD (well mp3) ONLY in Internet:

http://www.inrainbows.com/

You can choose how to pay, from zero (yes 0) to the amount you like.

Now the first number are pouring out:

http://www.comscore.com/press/release.asp?press=1883

Radiohead “In Rainbows” Online Album Downloads October 1-29, 2007

Percent Who Paid for Download 38%

Percent Who Downloaded for Free 62%

So the Majors are telling us it was a flop: most of them downloaded it for free.

I see it the reverse: 38% could have it for free and legally and decided to pay for it.

More:

1 to 1.2 billions downloaded it averaging 2.5 to 3 billions of US dollars grossed out in one month!

0 cents to Majors
0 cents to advertising
10 to 100 thousands for servers, bandwidth and staff

Show where to sign, I'll be happy to do a "flop" like this every month!

Posted by: Franco Cappa | November 9, 2007 12:10 AM


V. Annibale
What pisses me off is that the Italian Justice takes it on the victims by paralizing every effort to defend themselves, thus covering their deficencies on how to find a solution to this problem.
The Italian citizens cannot see this and instinctively they resort to the easy solution of revenge.
Those inept individuals at the Government must go!
Clean slate! Start fresh with new ideas and a different concept of Justice and lawmaking!

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 4, 2007 04:42 PM


Good evening to Grillo (Was he ever right! regarding topics like "Desecrated borders", and "Time bomb".............about to explode!)
Also greetings to Giacomo Chiametti and Principe for their latest comments......I,couldn't agree with you more, both of you. Also comments in english, well done. And Beppe Grillo where are you in this tragic time, in Italy?
Good night from Canada and Usa V.Annibale

Posted by: V.Annibale | November 3, 2007 11:30 PM


Hey Giacomo
Now somebody is beginning to understand why in Rome some rumenian guys got beaten up by a gang of Italians...
You don't need to be an Einstein to find out that the last straw is coming.
I think the Italian legislators must to to school by sheriff Joe Arpaio of Maricopa County, AZ to embrace his way of treating whoever infringes the law, instead of taking it on the victims of those beasts.

Posted by: Giovanni Principe | November 3, 2007 09:39 PM


Hello there,
Italy never fail to amaze, here it is the Country that is asking the world to abolish the death penalty has his own citizens slaughtered left and right from barbaric illegal immigrant immune from prosecution because Justice in Italy doesn’t exist, too many Judges too few jails so they get free pass and go home.
The Country of Contradictions, infinite number of Parties, the average Government lasted less than a year?
The highest numbers of Politicians on the face of the earth, none of witch ever retire?
The highest life expectancy in Europe, retirement is possible at the youngest age in the European Union?
The highest number of Government employee, the most inefficient Social Services on this earth?
All the biggest Industrial Company are Monopoly and Control by the Government, none of which makes money, actually they all loose money (Yours truly!) (Ex. Alitalia, Train, Television, Armaments, Finmeccanica, Gas, Enel, Eni, Telecom)?
Could any Italian Politicians for the last 30 year claim to have improved Italy and his Citizen’s way of life?
Rest my case, with all this Incompetence filling the Italian Institutions, I am surprise social unrest hasn’t exploded in the street, although that is why guns are not available to the general population, only criminals and the Protection Agency.
Meanwhile citizens get robbed, killed, abused, raped and have to go to court when excessive force is used in defending themselves.
This doesn’t happen to Ministers and Politicians, and by the way they have armored cars, personal body guards and their properties and relatives are protected by the Protection Agency that should protect citizens not them.
Well, Italy will never stop amazing the world, the most Incompetent and plentiful politicians in Europe deserve the highest salary in Europe, they earn each and every cent of it.
Thanks

Posted by: Giacomo Chiametti | November 3, 2007 05:38 PM


Ciao Beppe (o qualcuno altro che avrebbe tempo per rispondermi)
Ho un piccolo problema con il tuo blog. Ti leggo dalla Francia, e sempre quando arrivo sul blog, mi porta sulla versione inglese. L'inglese lo capisco, pero mi sembre piu interessante leggerti in italiano siccome lo capisco anche molto bene. L'indirezzo lo scrivo senza la fine in "/eng", ma non cambia niente. Sai che cosa posso fare? So che la versione italiana la trovo con un click, ma sarebbe ancora più bello tutto in italiano!
Grazie,
Juliette

Posted by: Juliette Hauville | November 3, 2007 04:37 PM


i think it should be written in the form "write your comment in english" and people wouldnt think they can post italian comments in the english version-.

Thx
Nikola - italy

Posted by: niko devet | November 2, 2007 05:46 PM


try to send

Posted by: giulio contapoco | November 2, 2007 03:47 PM


Mario Malagramina, your english is not so good too ...

Posted by: Mario Malagramina | November 2, 2007 01:31 PM


I try to send

Posted by: giulio contapoco | November 2, 2007 11:57 AM


I've been living in Grosseto for 11 years, I'm an American from Baltimore. Two and a half years ago, my husband was watching the IENE when you appeared and started showing Italians how Telecom was robbing us and how SKYPE worked. I will be a forever fan because by adding SKYPE to our computer, thanks to you, we saved so much money on telephone calls that we were able to take my enire family of four to visit my parents in Baltimore this past summer. So...LONG LIVE GRILLO and SKYPE and Vaffanculo to anyone who touches you!! Thanks, really, Jodi

Sono 11 anni che abito a Grosseto, sono una Americana che viene da Baltimora. Con la trasmissione delle Iene due anni e mezzo fa quando hanno fatto vedere il tuo discorso in riguardo a SKYPE, sono diventata una fan e non ti abandonerò mai...mi ha fatto risparmiare cosi tanti soldi di telefonate che siamo riusciti a tornare a casa mia due volte l'anno scorso...le compagnie telefoniche sono ladri...Viva Skype e Viva Beppe Grillo. And if the translation isn't perfectly written--VaFFanculo to all your critics because you are soooooooo COOL! Thank you again, and keep up your attitude! Jodi

Posted by: Jodi Cutler Del Dottore | November 1, 2007 11:25 PM


Sono 11 anni che abito a Grosseto, sono una Americana che viene da Baltimora. Con la trasmissione delle Iene due anni e mezzo fa quando hanno fatto vedere il tuo discorso in riguardo a SKYPE, sono diventata una fan e non ti abandonerò mai...mi ha fatto risparmiare cosi tanti soldi di telefonate che siamo riusciti a tornare a casa mia due volte l'anno scorso...le compagnie telefoniche sono ladri...Viva Skype e Viva Beppe Grillo. And if the translation isn't perfectly written--VaFFanculo to all your critics because you are soooooooo COOL! Thank you again, and keep up your attitude! Jodi

Posted by: Jodi Cutler Del Dottore | November 1, 2007 11:20 PM


Confermo, pagate un traduttore serio. Altrimenti eliminate la sezione inglese, e' veramente tradotta male e fa fare una brutta figura all'intero blog.

Tra l'altro, non vedo che senso abbia tradurre questo blog. E' il blog di un comico, e nonostante tratti argomenti seri e' pieno di humor. Lo humor cambia molto dall'italiano all'inglese e il lavoro sarebbe immenso.

Insomma, il mio consiglio: togliete la traduzione inglese. Pure il sito di Di Pietro ha la stessa traduzione penosa.

Posted by: Fabio Corazza | November 1, 2007 07:05 PM


IS IT SO DIFFICULT TO TRANSLATE DECENTLY ITALIAN INTO ENGLISH? BEPPE GRILLO, WOULD YOU MIND PAYING SOME STUDENT AND TRANSLATING PROPERLY? IT'S NOT HARD.
"Through" means attraverso. You meant "throw", buttare.
No wonder if your blog is made fun of, out of italy!!!
Beppe grillo, le traduzioni fanno vomitare, paga un dannato studente di lingue e fagli tradurre decentemente il tuo blog. Fai una figura penosa, spesso non si capisce neppure cosa intendi dire...

Posted by: Mario Malagramina | November 1, 2007 05:29 PM


What was that?

What did you guys say?

English please.

Posted by: High Plains Drifter | November 1, 2007 05:26 PM


Misure estreme

Il paese italiano è in mano alla chiesa, bene.
Misura estrema.
Sono disposto a pagare un canone fisso alla chiesa affinché trasformi tutti i tetti delle chiese in pannelli solari e installi una scheda Wimax sui campanili.
A questo punto sarò lieto di aggiungere all’8x1000 anche un canone aggiuntivo.
Sono convinto che se la Chiesa propone questa soluzione poche multinazionali alzeranno la voce.
Grillo vai a trovare il nostro Ratz e parlaci...

Posted by: Alessio Adami | November 1, 2007 01:13 PM


Na quanto cazzo e' sfigato sto gentiloni ?? Una nerchia nelle nerchie, plurileccalulo e portaborse.

.. che ti cadesse la racchetta da tennis e nel rimbalzo ti si infilasse il manico nel sedere ..

Ogni giorno sempre peggio ..

Posted by: marco pisoni | November 1, 2007 08:24 AM


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