This is one of my favorite creations:
Buckingham Palace has embraced the latest technology in social networking.
The as-you-go updates from Twitter provide the latest news from the Palace, becoming something of a digital Court Circular.
You can find the 140 character blurbs from Buck House under http://twitter.com/BritishMonarchy.
In October 2007, the Palace launched The Royal Channel at YouTube, which became an immediate hit. From butlering at Buckingham Palace to restored newsreels from days gone by, the Queen struck public relations gold by providing an easily accessible, documentary-style look at royal life on YouTube.
Sleek and professional, just like the Queen herself. Welcome to the official website of the British Monarchy.
Royal Sugar – Noble and Sweet! is my new freelancing site, provided by Sugar Inc.
If you haven’t seen Sugar yet, I highly advise that you do. It’s a great network!
PopSugar – Celebrities & Gossip
CitizenSugar – News & Politics
FabSugar- Fashion & Style
…and more! Now I plan to add a bit of my own regal shine. See you there! NOTE: The above is a working title
The Queen is to relaunch her website with the help of Sir Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web (not, incidentally, Al Gore).
Friends, Romans, Countrymen… lend me your artwork!
Yes, the art pages have returned! “Mandy’s Royal Artists” was a series of pages featuring the public’s works of art based on a royal theme. Found on Mandy’s British Royalty several years ago, the pages were lost during the website’s transfer to a new server. Now they return in the form of an art blog.
If you have previously entered work but don’t see it here, there is a chance it has disappeared. Please resend.
If you would like to submit anew, please see the “About” page to contact me. You can send a scan of your work (in any medium) to be featured here. No more than 3 please.
Castles, Queens, and Culture Captured in Art. Send in Yours. Now at http://mandysroyalty.org/artists
It was very exciting. I still have my newspaper that carried His Excellency’s visit in the Court Circular (Ambassador of the Republic of Korea, Chun Yung-Woo. October 9th, 2008).