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A Future of Uncommunications (in 2002)

Background: straight from my “digital diary” vault, here is something I wrote in September 2002 (that is before smartphones, Facebook, the Internet of Things and so on), marking it with the following tagline: “there has never been so muchcommunication technology as today, yet as little communication among people

PDF version of the Family Guide to Digital Freedom now available

Following several requests, I am making available for download a PDF version of the 2007 edition of my Family Guide to Digital Freedom, with the following notes and conditions:

A cultural side effect of "what happens on Facebook and Twitter when you die"

British Magazine Pc Pro has an interesting article about something which, they report, happens one and a half million times a year:

Textbooks are too expensive, so Italian high school tries to produce them in house

Every year italian families must spend hundreds of Euros in textbooks for every child, while the cost limits set by the government are regularly violated in spite of denounces and warnings from consumer associations.