Editorial by DT; 2020 has been an interesting year. I’m not going to dive into the discussions of remote work (been good, been bad) or the nuances of home-remote schooling children (they’ve been good, they’ve been bad). Those topics have been brought to the table, seconded, discussed, and put into the minutes by other talking heads far more eloquent than myself. However, I do want to discuss 2020 and what it meant to the cars, particularly used late model, vintage, and modern classics — and I’ll wrap that up with some DT highlights.
Do you have an awesome car that should be featured in the 2021 DT 12-Month Calendar…it must be your lucky day, because we are calling for submissions to the 2021 DT Calendar. Just send at email with some hi-res photos with a brief description and we’ll do the rest.
I had a long phone conversation the other day with a colleague who is “in the industry” and we discussed a number of topics…but the one that really stuck out in my head was his questions about what DailyTurismo means to me. My canned answer is that it is a hobby business — something I do because I love cars and enjoy sharing them with people…but the underlying question is interesting. So, instead of answering it myself, I want you guys to tell me in the comments; What does DailyTurismo mean to you?
Hey DT readers, I’ve heard some people have had issues with registering and commenting on the site — this was due to an issue with the CAPTCHA (Completely Automated Public Turing Test to tell Computers and Humans Apart is a challenge that tries to separate people from computers and stop automated spammers) which is reCAPTCHA by google, but was accusing some DT commenters of being computers and/or soulless replicants…which is probably true, but I want you guys to comment anyway without fear of being hunted down by a glum Blade Runner.
Another year, another set of wrinkles and grey hair…except not on Daily Turismo. Here we turn 8 years old on July 17th, 2020, but through the magic of the internet, we can get younger each year. Leaner. Fitter. Less spammy, less Blogger, more Wordpress. So that is exactly what we did.
It’s a brand new day. Or a brave new world. Either way, I’ve pulled off a band-aid that has covered a festering sore in DT for many many years. Yes, I’ve totally turned off anonymous comments. This means no more spam, but it also means you’ll need to register to comment on DailyTurismo. To register, […]
It has been a few years since we’ve pushed any major changes to DailyTurismo website…but we’ve got some new stuff for all you car lovers in cyberspace including; a new and revamped website, a new commenting system, and that’s about it. It has been a long two days of fighting WordPress themes and configuring DNS […]
Just a quick update from the front office…or is this the back office…I dunno…anyway, we’re still polishing the paint on the DT migration from Blogger to WordPress, so please accept my apologies if feature content is low. We will get back to posting the best collection of custom junk on the internet just as soon […]
We’ve got some big changes planned for your favorite internet watering hole…but let me start at the beginning. DailyTurismo was launched 8 years ago under the simple statement: This blog is a collection of the internet’s best daily drivers on the road for $5-15k. A few years later we amended our tag line to “the Internet’s best […]