Queen Elizabeth II is said to have sent
her first e-mail in... 1976 !
Though the Queen is now 84 she is keen on modern information & communication technology and on top of the official website of the British Monarchy you can see the RAF Marham Gallery of photos / the Twitter British Monarchy account / the latest Royal Images / the latest Summer Opening / the British Monarchy Flickr gallery.
The Royal Monarchy's more & more digital :)
The Royal site starts.
December 23, 2007 :
The Queen launches her own channel on the video-sharing
website YouTube : youtube.com/theroyalchannel.
This launch marks the 50th anniversary of her first
televised festive address in 1957.
February 2009 :
The Royal.gov.uk website was completed
with more video and background material
on the website.
July 10, 2009 :
The Twitter account @BritishMonarchy has just gone
live, following several weeks of testing. ''The intention
is that it is a news service rather than her
personal voice'', a spokeswoman explains.
July 25, 2010 :
Buckingham Palace launches
Flickr photo account...
Commenting will be deactivated for all of the pictures on the account, the Associated Press (AFP) says.