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I have to say that this surprises me the same way it may surprise you, my dear reader. As I said in the previous post, it had been a while since my last time writing something here and something more in general. Yes, I write almost daily: emails, social media posts, etc. But I completely… Read More I’m back, baby!
I just realized that this blog might be the oldest digital asset I own. I started using the ‘net before the internet, at a time when users connected to local computers to share messages, files, etc. Then the internet came and my online life started growing at a faster pace. And with that, my digital… Read More 15 years ago
I used to go to the local newsstand in my little town at least once a week. This was when I used to buy Topolino, the weekly Disney magazine published in Italy. I visited that place every Wednesday, waiting for my copy to arrive and eager to check its content and read its stories. One… Read More The status of comic books (for me)
I live with two cats. One of them is a black female. Her name is Holly, after the main character in the superlative movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s. The second one is a male cat, grey/bluish, named George after the fantastic George Costanza in the TV show Seinfeld. They are siblings. Holly and George have a… Read More The sleeping cats
Next week I will start teaching Cyberlaw at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in San Diego. This will be a wonderful experience for me. I love teaching and meeting smart and interesting students. I also have a deep passion for technology and the way it interacts with law. While preparing my notes for the first… Read More Life before internet
You might think this is going to be an important post, something touching hot topics in the news. Well, you can read something else, if this is what you expect to see here today 🙂 This is one of my self-discipline posts. When I have to force myself to do something, I feel it’s easier… Read More When too much is too much
Marco Arment recently posted an interesting view on the decision of Google to close the company’s Google Reader product. While I enjoyed reading the article, as I do most of the times I read something authored by Marco, I don’t agree on its focus and I think that Marco gets the wrong conclusion from his… Read More The real problem of internet is not Google but free services
Almost five years ago, I decided to leave what I had in Italy and I moved to the United States. The basic idea was to experience life there for a year, while studying to get an LL.M. degree at UC Hastings in San Francisco. The experience was so amazing that I decided to stay there… Read More Living in Japan
Almost three years ago I moved from San Francisco to Los Angeles. I had a very interesting job offer which would have given me a unique professional opportunity and I was kind of excited about this. Unfortunately some last moment issues, connected to the visa status I had at that time, did now allow me… Read More Bootcamp and egg whites