During last week two new articles about Wirtland have appeared in the U.S. printed and electronic media.
"Do you ever feel like you just want to get away? Well, how about going to a country where you don’t need money and you can make your own rules and you can be one of the most important people. Sound too good to be true? Well, this country does exist (on the Internet) and it’s called Wirtland", - writes "Maryland Daily Record" (Baltimore, Maryland) on January 23, 2009. "This is a fascinating concept", concludes Larry Fiorino, author of the article "Wanna get away? Try a virtual trip to Wirtland", who is founder and chief executive of G.1440, a Baltimore-based e-solutions firm. Click here for full text of article.
"Internet Evolution" on January 21, 2009, published article "Wirtland Evolves as First Country in Cyberspace". "Don't ask about a business model; there doesn't seem to be one. Luengo [press attache of Wirtland who was interviewed by the author] maintains that Wirtland is not a commercial project supported by investors. The mission is loftier and more romantic". The author of the article Deborah Nason is a freelance writer based in Connecticut.