- Tech Companies Are Profiling Us From Before Birth — la medaglia ha sempre due lati…
- Your most impactful Web Vital — “Google is about to begin using Core Web Vitals as a ranking factor. So here’s a friendly reminder for everyone that network payload a.k.a. page weight a.k.a. page size is the most impactful metric on your Lighthouse report – even if it’s not deemed a Core Web Vital by Google.”
- How To Stop Instagram From Tracking Everything You Do — a Wired article on how the Facebook-owned app doesn’t give users complete control, but shows ways to limit the data it collects and the types of ads you see;
- How Apple Is Organized for Innovation — an Harvard Business Review article;
- 2020, the year in pictures — a curated 2020 photo gallery by New York Times;
- Vodka, out of thin air — this was like magic. Amazing…
- Another way social media is bad — TenFourFox developers on another ‘bad side’ of social media spreading all around;
- Windows turns 35: a visual history – From Windows 1.0 to Windows 10
- For the first time, The New York Time’s digital subscription generates more revenue than its print ones – time was needed, but we’re coming closer to the death of printed daily magazines…
- Steve Jobs’s last gambit: Apple’s M1 Chip
- Strumenti “pro”, ma costi light? Come gestire il futuro dei fotografi – Italian photographer Luca Pianigiani writes about the new "pro" tools availability in the world of Apple Silicon. I do hope an on-line translator will get you a decent translation of this article!
- Dear Google: We Agree Search Competition Should Be "Only 1 Click Away" – So Why Is It 15+ on Android? — La modifica del motore di ricerca di default dovrebbe essere semplice, quindi perché su Android è nascosta a 15 click di profondità?
- Remote Jobs 2020: The Top 100 Companies to Work From Home
Today I do have just two articles in English to share with you.
But I do also have 3 nice analyses of ‘modern society’ life into this pandemic world written by two Italian authors which I admire and respect a lot, and which messages are so meaningful I do hope that will be graced by a read with the help of a translator, which probably won’t be perfect, but just enough to understand the core message of each post:
- La strategia della “città in 15 minuti” per ridare un senso alle metropoli — by Dino Amenduni;
- Navigare in un oceano di incertezza — Annamaria Testa writes again on the uncertainty, the universal mood of life of the entire world since COVID-19 came into our lifes;
- Paralizzati nell’emergenza — again an article of Annamaria Testa, analyzing the behaviour that each one of us, and the entire society, adops in times of emergency;
You should forgive me, but this time I have two posts in Italian that are well worth a read. One is a short one, about pushing ourselfs ‘further’. The second one is about a story with my friend Pietro shooting a photo, and how it went viral communicating something entirely different than the picture that he has taken.
- The One-Page Rule — A simple hack to lead meetings to the next level;
- Like Oil Leads To Global Warming… Data Leads To Social Cooling
- Recycling was a lie — a big lie — to sell more plastic, industry experts say
- Why Your iPhone Has So Many New Privacy Alerts in iOS 14
- 12 Practical Privacy Tips for Your iPhone
- Identify the Different Symptoms of the Flu and Covid-19 — With fears of a “twindemic” in the United States this fall, here’s a guide to understanding what’s making you feel terrible;
- Voyager Spacecraft Detect an Increase in The Density of Space Outside The Solar System – il Creato è affascinante più che mai;
- Choosing Your Response to a Negative Situation – You have the power to choose how you behave in any situation. Choose to be happier;
- How to Conduct a SWOT Analysis: Examples, Strategies, and Templates
- Drowning in plastic – Visualising the world’s addiction to plastic bottles;
Last week I missed the publishing of the usual 5 suggested reads, this week ahead means Christmas holidays to many, and a lot of time to stay at home… under the violence of COVID-19 backlash and the fear of the third wave in January. So here’s ten articles varying from your smartphone to the outer Space in the galaxy.