I’m writing this on 8 March 2022. Women’s day. I was surprised by the response from my students, who couldn’t be more detached from this date. Some from the feminine aisle said this was to be after all a day … Continue reading
Now that the semester is coming to an end I have the chance to share a little more, and not like the presentation done in August, and posted only now soon, the poor sitting for all this time in the … Continue reading
I have been following John Naughton’s blog Memex (the title being a link in itself to the mother of all hypertext machines) for a while, for his recommendations and acute, to-the-point observations, his articles on The Observer, and so on. … Continue reading
Since the beginning of this blog, I have written in English, with just a few excursions to Spanish, the language I speak every day. Until recently I did not feel the need of using my native Italia, until now. I … Continue reading →
Wrapping up a nice semester split in two with a great groups of students. New Media (inf115) is a course of Sagrado, set up with a connected an open strategy, which borrows from the syndicated content model as well as … Continue reading
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Hey, welcome to my presentation for the 2020 edition of OER Conference.
Session description and all is here (https://oer20.oerconf.org/sessions/o-137/).
The long pronounced mantra of current economies is that to survive in the disruptive digital world, one would need to Lower the number of workers Increase the content they produce. Or, maximize per-worker productivity. Which has a few corollaries: cut … Continue reading →
I was 17 and for the first time out of my own city and country. I was in London, summer 1976. I do remember Trafalgar and Soho from that stay. A month-long stay that my parents had planned to have … Continue reading →