Paola Arosio & Diego Meozzi
Since then, this website has grown to over 5,000 pages and we set the standards for many other websites devoted to the same subject. For instance, we broke the ground with the first CD-ROM devoted to megalithic monuments (for SCRAN in 1998); we pioneered the use of QTVR 360-degree panoramic movies to show prehistoric sites (since 1997); our open forum has been the first of its kind for all users interested in European megalithic monuments (since 2000); and our Podcast was the first ever made covering news about prehistory (since 2005).
We live with our daughter Alice and our son Daniele (born respectively in 2002 and 2005) in Trevignano Romano, a peaceful village on the lake of Bracciano, about half an hour drive north of Rome (Italy). Our hopes and resources are now directed to a new project: Cartabianca, a web hosting, multimedia and publishing company specialized in history, archaeology, travel and technical guides. But we don't forget we are "megalithomaniacs", so in the future we'd like to build new Stone Pages sections about Spain, Portugal, Denmark, Malta and Valcamonica (Italy).
Paola was born in Milan (Italy) in 1964. She is a journalist. She has worked in magazines dealing with travel, young people and popular science. Since 1991 she has worked in the monthly magazine Airone, an Italian kind of National Geographic; later she has worked mainly on the Internet, writing reviews, creating and maintaining Web sites. Among her interests: reading books, socializing and cooking spaghetti, gnocchi, fettuccine... all kinds of pasta! Paola is fond of cetaceans, particularly dolphins.
Diego was born in Rome (Italy) in 1963 and he has worked as a freelance journalist for over 20 years, writing more than 2000 articles for several Italian magazines dealing with electronic music, computers, photography, video and astronomy. He is also a webmaster and a photographer. His photographs have been published on the cover of music, video and astronomy magazines, on the NASA website and on several books. One of his Stones of Stenness images is on the cover of Van Morrison's The Philosopher's Stone. He is also a QTVR expert and he worked for FIAT and Alfa Romeo, making virtual movies of FIAT Multipla, FIAT Punto and Alfa 166. A few years ago he made some professional videos on Turkey and Portugal. Diego plays guitar and keyboards and he has a small recording studio (in his bedroom!). He has little time to play. But he had the chance to work for Peter Gabriel's live album Secret World Live, recording computer data from electronic instruments. Diego is fond of nocturnal birds, particularly nightjars, and he has published some research papers on this odd species.
Over the years many people helped us a lot along our way with this website and its ever expanding contents. Among them, we would like to send our special thanks to: Alistair Carty, Andrea Arcà, Andrea Clementi, Andrea Morando, Andrew Selkirk, Andy Burnham, Andy Sweet, Antonello Porcu, Barrie Foster, Bill Shew, Cerridwen Connelly, Chris McGrail, Chris Tweed, Clive Price-Jones, Dave Horrocks, David Clough, David Connolly, Dawn Sipos, Dolores Glez. de la Peña, Domenico Perrone, Enrico Atzeni, Fred Brown, George Nash, Giorgio Murru, Giovanni Lilliu, Guido Cossard, Guy Middleton, Herbert Roese, Janet Horwith, Jasmine Rodgers, Jean-Dominique Cesari, José Antonio Mugica Alustiza, Kris Hirst, Linda Schiffer, Martin McCarthy, Michele Chieco, Miguel Moreno, Mimi Bueno, Mirko Zaru, Neil Curtis, Oreste Caroppo, Paul Bennett, Paul Devereux, Pete Glastonbury, Rob Roy, Sigurd Towrie, Susan Rappoport, Toti Calò, Victor Rejis, William Greer, Xabier Peñalver.
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