Posts Tagged: Facebook

When Facebook sets a Good Example

(clicca qui per la traduzione in italiano) Since a few days the opencompute project is widely discussed around in the blogosphere and the internet. Fairly understandable since this is, by far, the largest, most interesting and radically innovative open hardware and open infrastructure design initiative,

When Facebook sets a Good Example

(clicca qui per la traduzione in italiano) Since a few days the opencompute project is widely discussed around in the blogosphere and the internet. Fairly understandable since this is, by far, the largest, most interesting and radically innovative open hardware and open infrastructure design initiative,

On the Role of Technology in the Startup process – A talk with Carlo D’Acunto.

What’s the role of the geek, the technologist, in the process of building a new digital product, service or company? Very often, having a full comprehension of technology gives you the capability to track new opportunities that only technological development leaves open. Meedabyte today hosts Carlo D’Acunto, one of the most productive Italian technologist, to discuss the role of technology in the startup process and more. Enjoy!

On the Role of Technology in the Startup process – A talk with Carlo D’Acunto.

What’s the role of the geek, the technologist, in the process of building a new digital product, service or company? Very often, having a full comprehension of technology gives you the capability to track new opportunities that only technological development leaves open. Meedabyte today hosts Carlo D’Acunto, one of the most productive Italian technologist, to discuss the role of technology in the startup process and more. Enjoy!

Supporting The Case Against Data Lock-in

A few days ago the Data Liberation Front, a team created by Google apparently to lower lock-in on data that its services generate on  users , has publicly clarified its mission (note: the DLF has been started in 2007, made

Supporting The Case Against Data Lock-in

A few days ago the Data Liberation Front, a team created by Google apparently to lower lock-in on data that its services generate on  users , has publicly clarified its mission (note: the DLF has been started in 2007, made