Category Archive: PlanetPOuL

apr 13

Miosix 2.0beta1 released

If you’re watching Miosix’s git repository, you probably noticed that in the last year most commit were done in the testing branch, but until now no official information was available on how to use the testing branch. Today Miosix 2.0beta1 has been officially released, together with changes to the Miosix website, including a wiki. A […]

apr 13

Miosix 2.0beta1 released

If you’re watching Miosix’s git repository, you probably noticed that in the last year most commit were done in the testing branch, but until now no official information was available on how to use the testing branch. Today Miosix 2.0beta1 has been officially released, together with changes to the Miosix website, including a wiki. A […]

apr 12

On today’s Internet, anonymity and identites

I’ve been writing in the past about how much the Internet has changed since I was younger.     The Internet was way more libertarian. In some rare cases, you could have got in touch with someone from your real

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apr 08

Ideas that need to be brought to reality

I have been doing a lot of things although I haven’t been blogging on them. I had an idea for a blog couple of months ago but I didn’t put it in action because I was waiting for a certain

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mar 20

Document Freedom Day 2014, Arezzo, Sabato 29 Marzo

Sabato 29 Marzo 2014, FSUGItalia, in collaborazione con il Liceo Scientifico “F. Redi” di Arezzo, organizza il Document Freedom Day 2014 (DFD). L’evento si terrà presso l’aula magna del Liceo Scientifico “F. Redi” situato in Via Leone Leoni 38, Arezzo, a partire dalle ore 8:30, sino alle 13:00 Il DFD è la giornata mondiale dedicata

mar 01

The eternal fight to tax evasion: my proposal for Italy (aka my two cents)

Introduction The eternal problem with fiscal systems is, basically, that there always is someone trying to be “smarter”. Of course, being Italy the home country of science and smart things, “smart” people are well distributed all over the country. In

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feb 21

The Doctor’s Memories

Three minutes and thirty-five seconds of pure epicity.
Felt like sharing it.
 

 

feb 19

Azzone keeps his promises

Some months a go, our university president Giovanni Azzone took part in an interview with Poli.Radio, and as students, we have all been invited to ask questions live via the webchat. Of course, I asked his opinion on MOOCs and

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feb 04

I’ll be dropping two Coursera courses, and take another one. Here’s why.

As mentioned previously, “things” are happening. I won’t go deeper on the topic as I don’t want to disclose details before I’m 100% confident with doing it. By the way, until yesterday, I was following three courses on Coursera: Computer

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gen 29

Adding a quotes page

I was reading an essay by Paul Graham (“Beating the averages“) today, and I noticed he has a “Quotes” page on his website. That’s very nice, and I loved most of the quotes and found the remaining ones interesting and

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