Some Milanese weblinks that may be useful.
.:. My Milan (Italy)
Star Meyer has a B.A. in Studio Art and an M.A. and Ph.D. in Art History. She's been living in Milan for many years, and works for one of the most prestigious house museums in town.
Taking photographs is among Star's favorite hobbies, and all photographs posted on the "My Milan (Italy)" blog are offered freely for personal non-commercial purposes. Star loves Milan, and wants to share her view of the city with you in the hopes that you will, too.
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.:. Survive Milano
Unfortunately in Italian only - but you never know... - a collaborative website on what's on, what to do and where to buy throughout the city. Not fully Web 2.0, as you cannot write-and-publish on the fly: the website is editorially managed and controlled. But If you can read Italian, and want to survive here, it's definitely worthwhile.
.:. Wanted In Milan
Dead or alive - Reward: 2,000 USD!
Well, no - not really. "Wanted In Milan", established January 2012, is a spin-off of "Wanted In Europe", a long-time international website for expats. You'll find classified ads there, as well as news and cultural listings of "what's on" in town.
A Milan-based image agency, specialized in food & beverage. Their mission is give value to food through photography, to spread the wealth of culinary culture.
More colloquially, they are very nice people - and their pictures are really outstanding.
.:. Centro Guide Turistiche di Milano
An association of tourist guides officially linked with the Milan central tourist office. These guides are all licensed.
.:. Comune di Milano Turismo
The official tourism website of the Milan City Council, introduced in February 2010.
A printable map of Milan in pdf format, colourful and nicely conceived, suggesting places and tourist routes for the young. The Use-It project involves dozens of European towns, and frequently provides something more than a mere pdf map.