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20 security tips for Data Privacy Day 2016

January 28, 2016


The 28th of January has been declared the Data Privacy Day, a moment where we spread awareness on how personal information is managed, both by us and by the entities that have access to it. For the occasion, I put together a list of tips and food for thought; feel free to share it and […]

Social Earthquakes

August 11, 2009


The users of the Web 2.0 rely on many sites to discover, share and publish content. But these days I think that many people felt the earth crumble under their feet, when they found out that the sites they rely on are in an unstable situation. For example: The URL shortener is closing. Friendfeed […]

Links for 2009-06-22

June 22, 2009


Layar’s Augmented Reality Browser: Literally More Than Meets The Eye via TechCrunch Why Parrot is Important (Linux Magazine) via Linux Foundation Takes Training Online (Linux Journal) via Host Your Own Facebook With Opera Unite via Wired Top Stories Thoughts on Opera Unite (Chris Messina/FactoryCity) via Techmeme Amazon releases Kindle source code

Connecting FriendFeed, WordPress, Twitter, Facebook and Google

May 23, 2009


I’m always searching for a way to work less while doing more. I like to be present on FaceBook while having many updates on Twitter and posting on my blog, and I want to have time to wander on my favorite websites. What I managed to do was entangle all these activities together. And if […]

Links for 2009-05-17

May 17, 2009


What is the potential of open-source hardware? via David A. Mellis Shared by Balau I hope that many people will want to spend energy to answer the question. […] I hope that in a few years I’ll have a better answer to Simona’s question. Piracy Sucks via Aaron Toponce Shared by Balau The opinion of […]