Envisioning future forms
Here we go again. Advanced websites need advanced forms. I mean… let’s talk about digital products in the Web 2.0 era. You want to be successful on a crowded market, so you need to stand up with a winning product. You decide to pay a digital products design firm that, if good enough, will come to you with a rocking design. You then call your developer just to hear the usual, painful...
Rest in peace, master
While everybody still whines about Jobs’ passing, I would like to remember one of the man that really started this all. Goodbye Mr. Ritchie. Rest in Peace.
In short, a roaring, surprising start, but perhaps that’s what makes and...– Fabio Fabbrucci - Arrivo in Brasile (Free, unauthorized translation by me)
We need a deep change in our whole way of life that will come with the need, for...– Diego Marani - Saturno (Article in Italian, quote translation by me)
Just one side for #steveworkers
SteveWorkers is a phenomenon that I can’t get in its entirety, but so far I’m happy to see the network could really be sorta womb for changes that will drive the coming millennium. I’m not a comrade (and I’ll never be at heart). I don’t claim adherence to symbolic ideals, I don’t like words such as revolution, revolt, fight, proletarians, black/red shirts. Meh!...
06 October 2011 (Steve Jobs) Steve Jobs, the pioneer of the computer as a jail...– Source: Richard Stallman’s political notes I find Stallman’s tone pretty always risible, even if I often agree with him on the content side. Here is an exemplary instance.
I don't rant for Job(s)
Foreword: I wrote this down quickly, without re-reading it, if there will be some follow-up I’ll have time to correct formal or conceptual mistakes, if any. Thanks for your patience. Well, this is not a rant but it won’t even be an elegy to what seems to have been the greatest man in IT industry. I feel the need to write something more than a tweet since I don’t want (!) that...
Meh, wrong title but after weeks without ranting I wanted to boost this up a bit. :) Well, I had the occasion to talk with a colleague of mine about taming a CI application that was heading straight to chaos, reorganizing folder structures and such. Omissis suggested me to drop some HMVC in and I felt the usual shiver up my spine. Something scares the crap out of me when it comes to rely on HMVC...