Recap on my online presence: blog, portfolio, twitter, linkedin, flickr

Main Blog: general purpose aggregator On my main blog I post stuff that I like and that is somehow realted to my work/life/dreams/expectations/career. I don’t want to focus on a specific topic and I have to admit that lately I didn’t post that often. This does not mean that I’m not interested in keeping itContinue reading “Recap on my online presence: blog, portfolio, twitter, linkedin, flickr”

Jeff Jarvis, Alexia Tsotsis, Hanni Ross: portraits from SXSW

My SXSW 2011 is just finished and I want to wrap it up with three great portraits I took during my week in Austin TX: Jeff Jarvis, Alexia Tsotsis and Hanni Ross. Jeff Jarvis Jeff’s speech at SXSW was definitely the most interesting one of the many I attended. His vision about privacy and publicnessContinue reading “Jeff Jarvis, Alexia Tsotsis, Hanni Ross: portraits from SXSW”

Symbolic Violence and Social Media

I work at 123people and my job is to integrate social media into a corporate environment. A few weeks ago, I got a special request from a customer and that got me seriously thinking how social dynamics affect the business of companies. A strange request A customer was asking us to violate one of theContinue reading “Symbolic Violence and Social Media”

di serietà e scemenze sui media partecipativi

Stavo per scrivere un post impegnato su come twitter sia il punto di accesso della mia attività di lifestreaming e poi le info si diffondano su due strade principali: FriendFeed e Facebook. Poi stavo per ragionare di come le due nuvole di persone che popolano i due ambienti siano per buona parte sovrapposte, ma siContinue reading “di serietà e scemenze sui media partecipativi”