This is a TED talk that you should watch. I could simply call it “an unstoppable spirit”. Stop doing what you’re doing, and watch Janine Shepherd.
This is the video of my talk at AWS Re: Invent, on November 29th, 2012, titled: “Parmigiano, a Monastery, Love and Faith: Technical lessons on how to do Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Cloud“. I hope you’ll like it. If you do, please share Slides are here: Parmigiano, a Monastery, Love and Faith: Technical lessons on how to do Backup and Disaster Recovery in the Cloud from Simone Brunozzi Update: this one below is a screenshot of my famous “Parmigiano moment” (at 25:17)!
Very interesting read about superlinear cities. I agree: cities, and the next decades, are super important to understand.
Most people don’t know what an hacker is. It’s not easy for me to come up with a definition with which most people would agree… But here it comes: Hackers thrive on sharing, collaborating, and improving their field. (inspired by this). I work in the field of technology (software, systems, Cloud Computing, etc.), and of course I’m very familiar with the “hacker” approach in these fields. I don’t think that hackers should necessary be “against” a particular form of protection, law, or approach to technology: I simply think that being a hacker means that you want to make the world…
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I spent about 35 minutes collecting the following links, thoughts, etc. You can spend about 5 minutes to read them, and eventually much more to dig the details… But you would have saved 30 minutes… Given that you trust my filtering skills Please remember that: opinions here are personal, and that linking to resources doesn’t necessary mean that I agree with the content. Thanks! 1) Funambol, a company started by my Italian friend Fabrizio Capobianco, closed 5.75 Million $ round in funding. Read about them, it’s an interesting story. 2) The most seen online video in history: Kony 2012. 3)…
A few months ago, my colleague Simon Elisha and I started the “AWS Podcast“, a weekly podcast on technical aspects related to Amazon Web Services. It has quickly become quite popular, and if you are not subscribed yet, it might be a good time to do it. You can also listen to past episodes. We’re now at Episode number 16.
This is another un-missable video interview. The guest is Steve Blank, one of the most well known entrepreneurs in the Silicon Valley. Watch and enjoy. a
It’s one of these rare moments when you have three letters floating inside your head. W. And then O. And then another W. WOW. I’ve just watched Chris Sacca interviewed by Jason Calacanis. It’s about 72 minutes long, and it’s only the first part. WOW (again). I am embedding it here, find 72 minutes of time and watch it, ASAP. Do you know what the worst part is? That I’ve NEVER HEARD of Chris Sacca before. Despite having been part of this “crazy” world of technology for quite a long time now, yet… Gems like this slip unnoticed. Special thanks…