Last week I have been in Milan for the Italian edition of Social media week. I took part in two event, one about the future of Twitter and the a second one related to self publishing and Narcissus*. Both event are on YouTube. Twitter Self publishing * I work for Simplicissimus who owns Narcissus.
During last days I interviewed Brian Solis now that an Italian translation of his last book is finally available. Disruptive technology What would You suggest to a family medium business like hundreds or thousands in Italy? How could they embrace this positive change? Where should they start from? Disruptive technology is just that…it’s disruptive. Every … Continue reading Exclusive interview with Brian Solis about the future of business
Last sunday Il Sole 24 Ore, first Italian economical newspaper, published my article about how people from arund the world talk about Italy on Twitter. You can find it here:
Today I am going to Rome and there is snow in the countryside. Saturday I will fly to Mexico and I guess I will see a different landscape 😉 This blog pressed using Tinydesk
Sunny sky and Milan is beautiful. Pictures from last weekend at Bookcity event Posted using Tinydesk blog editor
Yes, my new (e)book about LinkedIn has been on top of Kindle Store Italy last week!! Exciting, isn't it? It is also available on all the european Kindle Store, not elsewhere, sorry. Lavoro e carriera con LinkedIn
If you can’t relax, slow down and enjoy the moment, Italy may not be for you via Travel Tip Tuesday : 6 Reasons Italy May Not Be For You | My Melange.
See You in Perugia in two weeks time? I'll be there! Media140 is hosting an event at the International Journalism Festival in Perugia on the 23rd April 2010, exploring the impact of real-time social media on journalism and broadcasting. Key themes will be: how will journalism respond to the changing demands of audiences? What are … Continue reading media140 in perugia… coming soon!
Would You like to go? I would! Silent Days Stalking Bonefish in Venezuela - NYTimes.com .
So in the end it isn’t a case about liability on the Internet so much as a case about the power of new media to challenge governments that aren’t especially interested in free speech. via The Italian Job: What the Google Convictions are Really About | Larry Downes.