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Unavailable, fictional and overqualified software technician, web tinkerer, wine enthusiast, notetaker and art lover. Red, Wine and green.
He/him.
Italy, Europe.

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Luca Ceccarini

Atlante Occidentale, una recensione

Book: Del Giudice, Daniele. Atlante occidentale, 1985. Torino, Einaudi, 2010 (via Boris Limpopo).

Luca Ceccarini

Behind the Art | Bob Sumner | TEDxZurich

Prof. Robert Sumner (via Riccardo.im):

Today, when we look at the world, we basically see what’s there: We see reality. This will soon change. Several sophisticated technologies that amplify each other are all simultaneously reaching maturity: augmented reality, computer vision, natural language processing, semantic scene understanding, and artificial intelligence. We’re reaching a turning point where these technologies will alter the reality we perceive.

Luca Ceccarini

Luca Ceccarini

Luca Ceccarini

Internet Amnesia: Clive James & his website

Richard MacManus' essay juxtaposes Clive James' cultural heritage with digital media preservation (via Jeremy Cherfas):

We can certainly blame the algorithms of Big Tech for burying the past, but we must also apportion some of the blame on the software used to build websites – often developed by those same corporations.

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The Web changes fast and history has shown it’s not always kind to the recent past.

Luca Ceccarini

Luca Ceccarini

This data map of Minnesota wolves is incredible

Incredible data map of Minnesota wolves: GPS data collected by the Voyageurs Wolf Project reveals how seriously wolves take their territory.

Luca Ceccarini

‘Kidding’: Watch How Jim Carrey’s Series Pulled Off a One-Take Scene

See how a complicated coreography unfolds while the camera looks elsewhere, in this one-shot scene from Michel Gondry's TV show "Kidding".

Luca Ceccarini

Exclusive: Tim Berners-Lee tells us his radical new plan to upend the world wide web

The start-up, Inrupt, co-founded by Tim Berners-Lee and John Bruce, aims to decentralize the web thanks to its new platform, Solid. In an exclusive interview with Fast Company, the father of the web describes his new brainchild.

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Hört endlich auf, Italien mieszumachen!

Swiss German-language daily newspaper St. Galler Tagblatt publishes a long overdue (IMHO) opinion-piece about how Italy is constantly (mis-)treated by the media.

For most northern European news media, Italy is always on the verge of economic and moral bankruptcy. The irreverent and malicious handling of the Mediterranean country has a long tradition.But Italy is doing better than everybody thinks, economically and morally...