Nutro particolare ammirazione, rispetto e affetto verso le persone che si chiamano Gualtiero. Non è che ne conosca tanti con questo nome, anzi ne conosco solo due. Uno è mio padre e uno è Lui. E se niente niente avete voglia di leggere quello che ha combinato Lui ultimamente (qui, qui, qui e qui), sonoContinue reading “L’importanza di chiamarsi Gualtiero”
Ho raccolto con piacere l’invito di Luca Carbonelli a scrivere per il suo nuovo progetto “Il salotto del caffè“. Da quando ho deciso di convertire questo blog alla lingua inglese, mi è mancao molto scrivere in italiano e quindi ho deciso di accettare l’invito. Scriverò di viaggi e fotografia, tentando di mantenere una frequenza settimanale.Continue reading “Il salotto del caffè: la mia nuova rubrica”
The race across Australia has just begun, follow them on live on Runtastic and on the blog austriateam.com!
After “An Open Letter to Conference Organizers“, Scott Berkun published a very interesting “Open Letter To Speakers“. If you are a speaker at any public event, I’d suggest you to read it: Your mistakes on stage are your own fault. You are a performer. Good performers don’t blame their tools. If your laptop flakes out,Continue reading “Scott Berkun: an open letter to speakers”
In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends. Martin Luther King Via Livia
Letizia and I spent the last weekend in Amsterdam and on saturday we enjoyed the Queen’s Day 2011. Because we spent two days wearing orange glasses, our pictures have been processed in order to keep the same feeling we had during the dutch celebrations. Enjoy! Links: Letizia’s Pictures – Luca’s Pictures
This weekend I was supposed to attend the Switch Conference in Porto, Portugal but unfortunately I won’t be there for a couple of issues I cannot procrastinate. I’m really sorry to miss the opportunity of attending a conference that sounds really cool and packed of great speakers and friends. “SWITCH is a two-day event thatContinue reading “Switch Conference – Porto 16 and 17 April 2011”
Stefano Quintarelli explain in a very extensive blog post (in italian) why Italy is a very complicated country for innovation. Basically you cannot install a network device (router, access point, modem) unless you are a certified professional. Or you have to hire one. BTW: I strongly preferred the old title of the blogpost. Video fromContinue reading “No Country for TCP/IP”
A friend with a Camaro, lights, an entire city in the side mirror. Foreigners waiting for their clothes to be ready and the night to start. Transparent buildings around this place. A long ride where everything is familiar but I’ve never been here before. And weird things happen all the time. And i woke upContinue reading “Saturday night in Beverly Hills”
My friend Matthias Lüfkens and his presentation about World Leaders on Twitter. Terrific presentation at #WBF2010. Check it out!