Category Archives: Open Source

credits to Youssef Hanna

Interviewing Glyn Moody: why we should worry about our own digital Freedom.

Did you even thought about your Digital Freedom? Meedabyte hosts an interview of Glyn Moody on the topic. You should read it.

credits to Youssef Hanna

Interviewing Glyn Moody: why we should worry about our own digital Freedom.

Did you even thought about your Digital Freedom? Meedabyte hosts an interview of Glyn Moody on the topic. You should read it.

Signs of life on Nokia planet

Will Nokia succeed to get back at being the design leader in smartphone market?

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

Interviewing Fabrizio Capobianco: an optimistic Italian

Fabrizio Capobianco is Funambol founder and CEO. For having created an Italian company and then made it the world leader in its industry, for managing the largest open source product in wireless and, most importantly, for its unstoppable optimism about the future of software and services in Italy, he’s an inspiration to many startupper (and wannabe) of the “Bel Paese” and worldwide.

In this interview he talks about Funambol, technology, and Italy. Many useful tips for startuppers

The society of objects

How social do you expect the objects will be one day? Would you allow machines and software to interact with you in a social manner?

The society of objects

How social do you expect the objects will be one day? Would you allow machines and software to interact with you in a social manner?

Interviewing Richard Stallman: Freedom in the time of SaaS

Richard Stallman is one of the most revolutionary thinkers and activists of the twentieth century. Thanks to him we have things like GNU and free software movement. Meedabyte had the opportunity to publish an interview with him about the threats to personal freedom deriving from using what is commonly identified as SaaS.

All of us use SaaS every day but the contours of this phenomenon, which has so many obscure points for users, are rarely clear.

Emerges a clear picture: on one hand users, citizens, taxpayers, on the other huge economic interests. In the middle, the need for individuals to mobilize and be the first lawyers of their own Freedom.

Richard Stallman è uno dei pensatori più rivoluzionari e gli attivisti del ventesimo secolo.A lui dobbiamo cose come GNU e del movimento del software libero. Meedabyte avuto l’opportunità di pubblicare un’intervista con lui riguardo le minacce alla libertà personale derivanti dal Software as a Service.

Tutti noi usiamo SaaS ogni giorno, ma i contorni di questo fenomeno, che ha così tanti punti oscuri per gli utenti, raramente sono chiari.

Ne emerge un quadro chiaro: da un lato gli utenti, cittadini, contribuenti, dall’altro enormi interessi economici. Nel mezzo, la necessità per gli individui di mobilitarsi e di essere i primi gli avvocati della propria libertà.

Interviewing Richard Stallman: Freedom in the time of SaaS

Richard Stallman is one of the most revolutionary thinkers and activists of the twentieth century. Thanks to him we have things like GNU and free software movement. Meedabyte had the opportunity to publish an interview with him about the threats to personal freedom deriving from using what is commonly identified as SaaS.

All of us use SaaS every day but the contours of this phenomenon, which has so many obscure points for users, are rarely clear.

Emerges a clear picture: on one hand users, citizens, taxpayers, on the other huge economic interests. In the middle, the need for individuals to mobilize and be the first lawyers of their own Freedom.

Richard Stallman è uno dei pensatori più rivoluzionari e gli attivisti del ventesimo secolo.A lui dobbiamo cose come GNU e del movimento del software libero. Meedabyte avuto l’opportunità di pubblicare un’intervista con lui riguardo le minacce alla libertà personale derivanti dal Software as a Service.

Tutti noi usiamo SaaS ogni giorno, ma i contorni di questo fenomeno, che ha così tanti punti oscuri per gli utenti, raramente sono chiari.

Ne emerge un quadro chiaro: da un lato gli utenti, cittadini, contribuenti, dall’altro enormi interessi economici. Nel mezzo, la necessità per gli individui di mobilitarsi e di essere i primi gli avvocati della propria libertà.

A retrogamer view on Rich Internet Applications and browser based gaming – Il punto di vista di un retrogamer sulle RIA e il browser based gaming

What’s the most important thing to online gaming innovation at today? is technology? openness? Freedom?
Flash vs html5 will be a neverending story. To spend a word on that, Meedabyte invited KesieV Norimaki, firstly as the creator of Akihabara, an opensourced javascript framework for cross-browser cross-device flash-less videogames, secondly, as a greatly creative person with something original to say.

A retrogamer view on Rich Internet Applications and browser based gaming – Il punto di vista di un retrogamer sulle RIA e il browser based gaming

What’s the most important thing to online gaming innovation at today? is technology? openness? Freedom?
Flash vs html5 will be a neverending story. To spend a word on that, Meedabyte invited KesieV Norimaki, firstly as the creator of Akihabara, an opensourced javascript framework for cross-browser cross-device flash-less videogames, secondly, as a greatly creative person with something original to say.

New values, ten years after the dot.com bubble | Nuovi valori a dieci anni dalla bolla dot.com

Reading some recent articles about Red Hat numbers you can get to several conclusions. Sure, Charlie Peters, CFO of Red Hat has a clear vision: “It is clear we are gaining market share and mind share” ChannelWeb reported as the

New values, ten years after the dot.com bubble | Nuovi valori a dieci anni dalla bolla dot.com

Reading some recent articles about Red Hat numbers you can get to several conclusions. Sure, Charlie Peters, CFO of Red Hat has a clear vision: “It is clear we are gaining market share and mind share” ChannelWeb reported as the