I’m proud to say that for the entire month of August I never logged in on Facebook, not even once over a period of 31 full days. Maybe it’s not such a great achievement and maybe I did it in the least busy month of the year, but to an internet addict like I am,… Read more »
Ok, July has gone and with it my first serious 30 day challenge. Now it’s time for a quick review and a few fords about the new challenge for August. Two were the main tasks: no sugars and no dairy products. Let’s get it straight: for the dairy part, it’s been quite a good ride,… Read more »
I’ve known Matt Cutts for a while, and I love his habit of challenging himself every month by doing something that can basically improve his life for the next 30 days. This can be things like biking to work, read 4-5 books, drop some food from the diet, etc. You can watch his talk at TED. I… Read more »
A tons of new features and products have been presented at the annual Google developers conference in SF, I don’t even know where to start. Let me just say that the most useful thing to me is offline editing in Google Docs, even if it’s only for text documents at the moment. It’s been a… Read more »
How funny is it that the URL maps.apple.com redirects to maps.google.com?
I’m saying right here and right now that the The Next Web has since several weeks become my favourite online tech publication where to keep an eye on the incredibly large tech scene. It’s quite a task to remain updated in this world and The Next Web is doing a good job to select all the important news,… Read more »
The 2-3 readers of this blog might have noticed a slightly change in the layout of my site. In fact I finally found a bit of time to build up a fresher, responsive theme that adapts to every screen size, just try it out by resizing the browser window. Aside from the visual aspect, I… Read more »
These days I’m trying to cut down my Facebook addiction, and let’s be honest: everybody has it. Visiting it only on week-ends, i.e. only on Saturday and Sunday, would already be a great achievement. On my Mac, the geekiest way to prevent access to it is by blocking the URL inside the /etc/hosts file, adding… Read more »
I really wish to myself that 2012 be my change and transformation year, in every aspect. It will be the year I (finally) get my degree, the year I hope to leave Italy once and forever – London being my obsession since at least a lustrum – and also the year I hope to bulk… Read more »
We’ve lost arguably the world’s best businessman and innovator. I can’t wait for your next keynote in Heaven, that’ll be your largest crowd ever. See you, Steve.