I’ll be attending WordCamp Milan this weekend, and I’ll be contributing the Contributor Day. If you are around, don’t forget to come by and say hi!
I just went through a brilliant comic about mental load and our roles in a balanced relationship within our household. Don’t miss it!
I am a big fan of Cacio e Pepe pasta, and I spent quite some time perfecting my version of it. In the coming days, I’ll try this version, that’s just a bit different from mine and I’ll see if it’s really better. Let’s see!
I came across San Forgetica, a font that’s supposed to improve our memory when studying. It was developed by RMIT, and it’s free to download and use. There is a Chrome extension too. It’s pretty cool!
This video from BMW explains the 5 levels of autonomous driving. Spoiler: we are already at level 2, on a few high-end car models. Volvo just presented Vera, the future of autonomous transport. Designed to operate on short distance high-volume tasks, this system is fully autonomous and it does not even have a driving cabin. […]
Super interesting video on physical access security.
Per un certo periodo non ero bravo a fare business. Era il periodo in cui spendevo soldi in abiti costosi, in biglietti da visita stravaganti, e perdevo tempo ad assecondare i miei clienti. Sono stato un libero professionista per la maggior parte della mia carriera ed ho iniziato presto. Avevo solo 21 anni quando ho […]
There was a time I really sucked at business. It was the time when I spent money on suits, a fancy package of business cards, and definitely at pleasing all my clients. I was freelance for the significant part of my career, and I started young. I was just 21 when I dropped off university […]
Last night, after many failed attempts, I was able to make a Mizu Shingen Mochi also known as Japanese Raindrop Cake. My greatest struggle was the correct ratio for the ingredients to obtain the perfect consistency. There are only three base ingredients, but they need to be perfectly balanced. Ingredients: Water: 250ml Agar powder: 0.6g […]
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