L’importanza di chiamarsi Gualtiero

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”

Il salotto del caffè: la mia nuova rubrica

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”

Scott Berkun: an open letter to speakers

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”

Switch Conference – Porto 16 and 17 April 2011

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”

No Country for TCP/IP

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”

Saturday night in Beverly Hills

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”