What is Open Data? Open Data is something with which we can Continue reading Brexit is also a wake-up call for the Open Data movement
I have a strong feeling that certain headlines and assertions about the Brexit result are if not factually wrong, at least very misleading. I refer to statements that summarize charts and tables like the ones above in this way:
- “The U.K.’s Old Decided for the Young in the Brexit Vote”
- “Brexit is a middle finger from the baby boomers to young people like me”
- “Young screwed by older generations”
- “Young voters wanted Brexit the least – and will have to live with it the longest”
Pesaro is a town of about 100 thousands people on the northern adriatic coast of Italy. Its Public Administration has been facing lots of critics from Free/Open Source software supporters because, in the last five years, it changed twice the same, important part of its ICT infrastructure. Both those changes bring consequences and open issues, both for the critics and for Pesaro, that have had little or no coverage at all so far, especially outside Italy (1). Continue reading Microsoft vs OpenOffice in Pesaro: first, let’s recap
Apparently, they both don’t know enough of how the Internet and digital (meta) data work. Continue reading What do USA special forces and Mexican drug lords have in common?