As an extraordinarily eventful H1/2020 fades into the rear-view mirror, we at Mediolana are pleased to reward our subscriber base with a visual treat: a modified blog aesthetic as exemplified by our new social media header (also visible on our Facebook and Twitter profiles). The satin effect is a nod to what we trust are smoother times ahead, while the new eminence given to the time period is potentially significant. Enjoy!
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As the first stirrings of a new decade imbue our collective consciousness, some things remain reassuringly familiar – if not the same. This year’s Mediolana® Legal Notice refresh retains the classic formatting and colour scheme while referencing both the year 2020 and Higher Grades Faster!™ – the latter being an essential purchase for parents who want to get their teenager to the top of the class and beyond.
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As yet another incredible year becomes nothing more than a carefully-curated selection of beautiful memories, we at Mediolana are getting down to the real gritty-gritty of publishing this blog’s 2018 Legal Notice. Those with a curious passion for all things regulatory should head over to legal.mediolana.com, where a selection of on-topic documents – including the Terms and Conditions of using this company’s web presence – await you. See you there!
Here at Mediolana, it’s no secret that we love our blogging – and the rest of the world seems to agree. Within months of its inception, mediolana.wordpress.com had already ascended into the 1% of Technorati blogs; had been featured multiple times on WordPress’s own showcase of its best content; and via associated social media channels had started to amass some seriously influential followers, which today number entities from some of the world’s biggest international news networks.
However, it only recently came to our attention that a certain German industrial conglomerate was reading the very blog that you are presently viewing: no less a company than Siemens AG has referenced us in an article on young inventors featuring Elif Bilgin, the Istanbul teenager who created a new type of plastic out of banana peels – and whom we wrote about way back in September 2013.
We’re honoured that such a doyen of the European and global industrial scene is tuning into our blog – and particularly on a matter of genuine import, such as humanity’s relationship with the environment. As we sometimes say in this part of London: Schönen Dank!