I gave a presentation in Italian at the Digital Communication Forum in Milan in February, and I spoke about “The New Digital Company: Online, Distributed, and Transparent.”
If you’re reading this it’s possible until recently we used to be friends on Facebook. But before that, we probably were friends IRL…in real life. We fell out of touch, or maybe we just saw each other rarely.
We became friends on Facebook, and now I’ve unfriended you. Here’s why.
Will Diaspora be the next Facebook? I say no, and I explain why and give you a look inside the Diaspora interface as I explore my alpha user invite.
Writers, the Internet and its images are not your ClipArt gallery. There is a percentage of people who still don’t get words like “copyright” and “Creative Commons,” – here are some tips for correctly finding and utilizing photos in your content.
I recently gave a little interview to Wired Italy about how I use the iPad (in Italian) and I thought it would be interesting to share some other reflections I’ve had after a month of using the iPad.
I spent January at Suzuki Europe’s Big in Small website as their technology correspondent – here are those articles.
Do you backup your data? A guide to backup, different types of backup, understanding the difference between backup and archiving, and presenting some backup software and online backup services.
Tara Hunt, @missrogue on Twitter, is a notable Canadian entrepreneur, founder of unconventional marketing company “Citizen Agency” and frequent keynote speaker talks to me about her new book, “The Whuffie Factor.”
Distributed computing is when many computers work together to resolve difficult problems or calculations, becoming a sort of virtual supercomputer. These projects are organized and managed all over the world by scientists, mathematicians and professors, but even you can contribute directly to their success!
Links to the entire transcript of the interview in a text file as well as the mp3 of the interview, available for your use under a Creative Commons License.