Back to blogging

A few days ago, I read posts from Joi Ito and Dave Winer. At the end, this sentence/tweet kept buzzing in my mind. It reminded me about the importance of the Open Web. The difference between owning your content vs keeping it in a walled garden. And most importantly: how do we keep the open web relevant? What […]

My Adidas (November 2006)

This is an old post from my italian blog that I will try to translate. Why? Because it talks about running, one of my passions I discovered in NYC. I wrote this post after my first run: “This city is corrupting me. I’m doing things that I would have considered embarrassing just a few months […]

In Search of Stupidity

You have to read this book! (From wikipedia) This book explores, in a humorous tone, the art and science of management used by high-technology companies. In Search of Stupidity is a parody of In Search of Excellence. Its central thesis is that the most determinant factor for success in the high-tech market is avoidance of […]

Links of the week

Small Team, Big Impact: The People Behind Photos At Facebook, it’s common for small teams of three or four people to work together in creating products that are used by millions of people around the world. Watch how the team behind Facebook’s Photos application helped it become the most popular of its kind on the […]

Make it, eat it!

I’m in love with food… you know….coming back home and decompress preparing something delicious and tasty is priceless…. My last creation: I worked on a seafood salad and a korean strawberry macedonia … Simply priceless! Take a look…soon the recipes!

Links of the week

I’ve been out for a while lately. I’ve travelled for work and pleasure to Italy. But I’m back with my weekly links! Technology related: – Jailbreak an iPhone 3G – Wired How-To Wiki ( – 10 Principles of the PHP Masters – Nettuts+ ( – Why I chose Zend Framework for Enterprise – Jim Plush’s […]

Links of the week

Are Cloud Based Memory Architectures the Next Big Thing? Top 25 Most Dangerous Programming Mistakes The 10 biggest mistakes IT managers make

My links of the week

UES Restaurant Offering Free Food to “Gossip Girls” 10 CSS Tips Every Web Developer Should Know 97 Things Every Software Architect Should Know Online resources for Zend Framework 10 Papers Every Software Architect Should Read (At Least Twice)

Links of the week

Real estate market and Economy: Manhattan Condo Buyers Walk Away From $1 Million Down Payments Unsold Manhattan Condos Are Piling Up Recipe for Disaster: The Formula That Killed Wall Street   Technology: 20 cynical project management tips  On Cross-Browser Compatibility How FriendFeed uses MySQL to store schema-less data