Tuesday, 12 June 2012

Sunday, 25 March 2012

Join and Give.

Join and Give.
Give to a great cause.
Just use the slider to select the amount you want to give.
Then click the 'Give & Get Now' button.
Get rewarded.
You'll get a download of 'an exclusive track', a coupon from Hurley, and a personal thanks from me on your Facebook Wall.

Wednesday, 8 February 2012

Italian banks

A few days ago I tried for fun to borrow money in a bank. Each word can be used against you. Bank. 1: "Do you already have a line of credit at other banks?". Answer: "No". "Well, this is a parameter that this bank can't evaluate positively. It means that no other bank has trusted you." Bank. 2: "Do you already have a line of credit at other banks?". Answer: "Yes." "This is a parameter that the bank can only consider negatively. It means that you are already financially exposed." Fortunately, it was only a test.

Monday, 23 May 2011


I'm an Italian music and video maker, a visual/web designer and a photographer.
Just occasionally, I'm also working as engineer.
As a boy, between the age of 14-15, I worked as a seasonal waiter to get enough money to buy an acoustic guitar, and quit soon the job once I had it.
I spent my green years traveling around Europe, living for some months in Sweden, Germany, Netherlands.
In 1984, at the age of 24, I teamed up with Marco Bruno, founding DeVoice. Marco was coming from a band experience with Hyra (formerly Hydra), which became later Via Verdi (for several weeks in 1985 on the Italian Top Charts, with the hit “Diamond”). But Marco left Italy to live in Canada, and the DeVoice experience ended soon.
Some years later I restarted my studies in Engineering (the main reason was to make my parents happy).
However, my curiosity moved me toward differents interests: photography, web, writing, music.
In 2009 I finally decided to publish all my music production (which I kept until that moment on my Mac) and give it out to the web.

DeVoice is out!

My digital music magazine is out!
Click here to read it.

Friday, 29 April 2011

My music on iTunes!

Almost unbelievable, but just in a few days my album "Anecoic" is on iTunes!

Monday, 7 March 2011

Be free of IE 6!

Web developers are spending too much time supporting Internet Explorer 6. We’re here to help. Join us in moving Internet Explorer 6 users to a modern browser. Follow these steps to help your site visitors (and you!) be free of Internet Explorer 6!


Thursday, 11 November 2010

A new Social Browser

Here comes the first version of RockMelt.
Currently there are many web browsers. Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera etc. are some of the most popular browsers that have many characteristics in common but also some characteristics that distinguish them.
Which one is the best to navigate social networks?
RockMelt is a new cross-platform browser based on Chromium, allowing more than just browsing web pages. With RockMelt, you have many features to easily integrate navigation with popular social networks (sharing information, uploading photos, monitoring the profile of your friends etc.).
RockMelt is fast, secure and stable.
RockMelt expects to be one of the most popular browsers.
Currently there is still no way to download RockMelt directly, however you can make a request here.

Tuesday, 5 October 2010

Use Twitter!

Use Twitter even if you don't like social networks.
I use it for reasons that benefit me. And so can you.

Set up a Twitter feed for your blog

Free services like Twitterfeed and FeedBurner will take your blog’s RSS feed and automatically post a message on your Twitter account whenever you have a new post. The message will have the title of the post and a shortened-URL link to it. Automated hands-off goodness. Why would you want to set this up? To offer a feed for those who prefer to get their latest content via Twitter instead of RSS and/or email. I’ve done this for my blog detailing my business-building adventures.

Use Twitter as customer support for your site/company/service

More and more entrepreneurs and companies are doing this. It’s like a hybrid virtual ticket/FAQ system. Your users can quickly send their questions to you (the virtual ticket part). And when you answer them, other users see your reply, thus reducing repeated questions (the FAQ part).

Search Twitter to find potential leads and clients

It’s like a classified board. You can do keyword searches for your niche, or even search for specific questions or problems that people would have. I’ve found web design clients this way.

Search Twitter to collect free testimonials

If people are using and digging your stuff, just do a search for your product/service name (or your name if you are the service). When you see positive Twitter messages praising your stuff, you can freely snag that quote and put it on your site or wherever, making sure to put the person's name (and a link to the Twitter message for authenticity). What's great is you don't have to ask permission, since what the person wrote is already public anyway, and you're linking to it.

Use Twitter as a quick collaboration tool

Communicate with clients and partners via private Direct Messages. The 140 character limit forces you to be succinct and ask actionable questions. Plus, sending a Twitter message is less of this big thing than an email, so you can fire off quick collaboration questions and updates without making a deal out of it, or taking much time and attention away from your clients and partners.

Friday, 10 September 2010

Burning books

Burning a book, no matter which one, is a bullshit.
Unless you're freezing at -40° F.