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Things are moving fast in Bari (Italy) as May 11 (our Contributor Day) and May 12 (the Camp / conference day) approach.
During this week we’ll announce the final roaster of Speakers (we will have two tracks) coming from all over Europe, while the tickets have been put on sale a couple of days ago!
Are you coming to enjoy two days of good people, great food and good time ?
James Atkinson “Resident and close observer of Italy since 2006” tries to tell us the reasons of this in a Quora thread →
As long as Italians continue to feel like subjects instead of citizens, the only thing on the menu is economic and political stagnation.
Is the cure, according to James … and I, born here more than forty years ago, have to nod and agree 😦
All About Apple is THE reference point for the collection of Apple products that, where possible, will be made operating, cataloged and displayed to the public. A group for all fans of the fantastic Apple world. One of its most famous and extraordinary initiatives is the All About Apple Museum →
The All About Apple Museum is the most comprehensive museum in the world containing nearly all the production of Apple’s personal computers from the dawn of 1976 to the present day.
Now the members have started this fundraising campaign to help and finance the builing of the newest, permanent, location of the museum alongside the Savona Port Authority in Italy.
If you’re interested please point your browser to the All About Apple Museum 3.0 initiative. And spread the word!