Monthly Archives: February 2009

The ultimate tool: email

A few years ago many of us declared email bankruptcy, we all had in-boxes full of all types of crap and it was almost impossible to find the few useful messages in the sea of spam. Progressively we moved our … Continue reading

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Faces

I’ve been playing a little with iPhoto 09 Faces feature. It took almost 3 hours for my home dual processor G5 to go trough 15000 pictures and find all faces, but then it only took it a few minutes to … Continue reading

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Sub-zero routing

To host our servers (and our clients’ sites) we have always tried to get as much quality as possible, choosing the best facilities in Europe and the US. But when it comes to our office connectivity, some time ago we … Continue reading

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Anathem

I’m reading Neal Stephenson’s latest book, Anathem. I like Stephenson: Snowcrash and Diamon Age are classics and Cryptonomicon is one of my favourite novels ever. Things started to get a bit complicated with the Baroque Cicle, and Anathem is even … Continue reading

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Back to blogging

Scoble writes: When I go back and look at my blog back in 2004, for instance, it looks a whole lot like Twitter. Short item with a link. It’s true for me as well, looking at my first posts, most … Continue reading

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New site for Men’s Health Italy

Yesterday the new site for Men’s Health Italy went live, using PagesPlus to manage content aggregation and widgets. It’s the second Mondadori site which is using our technology after Donna Moderna. And the third should not be very far ahead.

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I’m back

We are just back from a 2 weeks trip to San Francisco. The reason for this trip was exploring the possibilities of developing a business in the US around our aggregation/publishing product, PagesPlus. We met old and new friends, agencies, … Continue reading

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