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Mi sento a mio agio in italiano ed in Italia! What is the best thing Italy has taught you? To follow my passion. For most of my career I have written about health and psychology, fields that I find interesting, but Italian filled me with a passion to learn more and more. Italians sometimes tell me that what makes me Italian is my passion, and what I admire most in Italians is the passion they bring to wine-making, olive-growing, fashion design, cooking, just about everything. I tell readers and students that Italian opens the door to the best of everything: art, music, fashion, literature, food.
I urge them to learn Italian, not just for the sake of becoming fluent, but for the sake of entering and exploring new worlds. Where did you find inspiration for writing an entire book on the Italian Language? Florence first and foremost. Several years ago I read about an exhibit on the history of Italian at the Uffizi and I arranged to come to Florence and study with one of the docents.
Through her I discovered Dante, Boccaccio, Petrarch. The language kept leading me in new directions: art, music, food, cinema. There was so much material that I had to leave out an entire chapter on fashion. One of the most beautiful and also, most difficult thing about the Italian language is the many dialects. Do you find this a positive thing in the sense that in a way your learning of the Italian language never ends? But I appreciate the individuality that dialects give Italian.
How did you go about researching and compiling information? Was most of your work done in Italy? I began thinking like a journalist and asking the questions of my trade—who, what, where, when, how and why. I came across a year-old history of her family in the state archives.
I walked her streets, visited her churches, found the chapel where she should have been buried—and the abandoned convent where she actually was interred. And I immersed myself in every aspect of daily life in Renaissance Florence. Now when I come to Florence—or even think of this beautiful city—I see her everywhere.
People often think of Italians as a very healthy population and I know that in the past you have been interested in health. Have you had thoughts to mingle your two passions for health and Italy in some kind of article or book for the future? What a wonderful idea!
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I have written some posts about health on my blog, and a book on mental health that I wrote with my psychiatrist husband some years ago was translated as La Salute della Mente. I think Americans could learn a great deal from Italians about healthy eating—and Italians might learn some things about not smoking. What is next for you? Are you currently working on another book? My daughter, who is training to be a psychotherapist, and I are collaborating on a college textbook called Personal Stress Management.
I plan to keep writing about Italy and Italian on my blog www. As for another book, I will have to keep coming back to Italy until I find a topic as intriguing as the real story of La Gioconda. Thank you so much for your interest and your invitation. Contact us!
Like us! Facebook Istituto Europeo. Carlo Cammelli. Interview by Fabrizio Ulivieri. Would you start by telling us a bit about your job and what you do here? I specialize in all things technology, which includes information, communication, and technology. I work in very specific area - multimedia which includes everything that happens in the Consiglio Tuscan regional government - production and postproduction. They also gave me the responsibility for all that is printed, the typography.
The world of communication and technology has changed. Today it means being able to primarily give people the ability to connect and interact, which is what we do. What is the aspect most difficult about your job and what you do? The hardest thing about my job is understanding what exactly people are asking me for and how to respond to them in the right way. Often, people will ask me for a service to help them and I need to find the best one that will work the best for their situation. Often, I need to use my judgment and make an assessment based on my knowledge of technological methods.
Yes, you really need to understand the market and follow their trends. Yes, exactly. In fact, this is exactly what I do and the role of the CIO has changed a lot in recent years. Now we have to understand how suitable technology is for how people live and use it. On the other side, you are faced with the city of Florence. How can you facilitate the demands of both the Consiglio della Regione Toscana and all the technological aspects and the relationship with the city? Today, this is one of the most important questions that you could have asked me because the idea of the presence of this institution, which is public and represents the whole Tuscan society, is very significant.
This is an idea where technology can be used to communicate beliefs and opinions and to make the citizens understand exactly what is happening. Lets use the recent example of the expansion of the airport. It has been a long battle. This is not something that we advise on but rather, we look to understand how destructive or positive it is for Florence.
Technology permits us, in my opinion, to have a clearer idea of what is going on; it allows us to see the whole picture. This is the most critical point that we work on continually— to try to make people understand fully what is going on and thus, they can learn how best to move forward. Also, to understand the type of position the citizens take to these changes. I think it is very important for the opinions of the Florentine citizens to be taken into consideration. Do you have any examples of specific projects to give us an idea of how you work to connect the Consiglio and the city?
There are two branches of this. Using the network, we make available a whole list of everything that is going on and thus, anyone who wants can follow. We have also made it possible to take part in the events going on here through the web in a very easy way. This makes everything clearer and simpler. This is the first level. The second is that of interaction.
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A while back, we started a blog about the health care plan that is important for many reasons, to hear the opinions of the citizens. In this way, voices were heard and some problems came out and were solved. Now we are working on the open data, which is a huge initiative that allows citizens to see information about government projects such as healthcare projects or urbanization projects without mediation, which allows for collaboration.
What are you still working on and what would you like to further change? Are you working towards a specific goal? The solution that I am trying to find is to raise the level of digitalization of the organization. Digitalization is really two things. It is rather, a method to make information visible and available faster and at our fingertips so we can share it. There are many institutions and systems that rely heavily on paper but all the most important things cannot be accessed solely in print form today because it slows the process of sharing and the idea of rapid distribution.
This is one of the areas we are working very hard on. This leads me to another question. How does this pose problems for you? Our system of the Consiglio is made up of two main groups: the politicians and those who offer services, or work at the Consiglio. There are those who are always using technology in their work and making sure all that is done is connected to the web. What are some of the best parts of your job and what are the parts least interesting? I consider myself fortunate because I have a job that I love. This is one of the most important things to consider about work.
A challenging aspect is seeing the difference between what you think is happening and then what is actually being done to change or not change things. Sometimes I see work being done as if our work finishes within these walls but our work at the Consiglio should just be a launching pad to jump off and move forward. I believe that those as me, who believe and want to share information, are working to find new ways to make information rapidly available but there are still those who are scared and want to resist this technology and hide information as if it was theirs alone to access.
To finish, can you give us a piece of advice as how to face technology today and move forward? Etimologie e modi di dire italiani: la mozzarella Invia tramite email Postalo sul blog Condividi su Twitter Condividi su Facebook Condividi su Pinterest. Il nome di questa prelibatezza tutta italiana nasce dal processo di preparazione: si ottiene infatti mozzando con le mani una striscia di pasta.