What feature have you got in your computer, a feature that you have probably used at some point, and can be traced back to the invention of an important figure of the the Italian Renaissance, around the XV century?
I'll give you some time.
It's not the zeros, those are Arabic.
Clue number 1: I have it right in front of me right now because Blogspot uses it.
And the answer is...
A humanist called Niccolo de Niccoli, who was born and lived in Florence, was the first to use the cursive script in his copying of ancient manuscripts, a task he really rejoiced in, and this kind of handwriting became the origin of the Italics typeface in printing. Thank you sir, it's been quite useful for quite a few people through the centuries.
Look what they sell near where I live. Do you need some extra cash and your bank/government/employer is not helping? Get yourself this very small bottle of the extraordinary money-attracting oil and all your financial problems will be solved. Cheap and effective. Easy Spanish II: Aceite: oil Atrae: attract Dinero: money
So the ubiquitous wandering lady was this time on the painting by Pieter de Hooch (born 1629) "Interior of the burgomaster's council chamber in the amsterdam townhall", now at the Thyssen Museum in Madrid.
More Pieter de Hooch's paintings in this link
Those of you who got it right will be getting an amazing trip to the Caribbean.