That day is today. But who is a professional blogger anyway? And how did I became one? A definition of professional blogger. Oh, the profound uselessness of titles! When I play music I can call myself musician, and when I blog I can call myself blogger, right? One thing I had learn some [...]
My first networking event in Amstedam, OpenCoffee, left me disappointed because there were a lot of freelancers hunting for customers. In between plenty of self-declared Social Media Experts, few “I make websites with WordPress” caught my attention. For the web-analphabets, WordPress is a free software that runs ~20% of all the Internet websites around. It [...]
If I have to summarize in a sentence my experience since I started my entrepreneurial life, it’s gonna be: “I’ve learnt a lot of new stuff…” So I decided to list here the skills that I’ve learnt so far, that are helping and will help making my dreams come true, and to dedicate a series [...]
1st November 2012: 6 months after the start of my new life. “How are you doing? How is business?” This is the new frequently answer question. I managed to convince more and more people that I’m an online entrepreneur. For the ones asking details, I have this answer ready: “I’m working on different projects, [...]
1st August 2012: 3 months after the start of my new life. ‘What are you doing now?” This has been the most frequent question I’ve been asked, closely followed by “What are you doing now, exactly?” and far ahead of “How’s the feet? Or was it the knee?”. The answer changes depending on who’s asking: [...]
This is the last post of the 3×3 challenge that Cloudio and I put together to experiment with writing, always selecting random subjects and inventing strange rules. It has been so much fun that Cloudio decided to set as a rule to condensate the last 3 articles in a single one, but of 333×3=999 words [...]
“Death is very likely the single best invention of Life” said Steve Jobs during the Stanford speech, one of the most beautiful talks about life I heard, and one I particularly like to listen every now and then. “Remembering that I’ll be dead soon is the most important tool I’ve ever encountered to help me [...]
Isn’t this a question everyone should ask himself? ’cause when you have a roof, shelter and safety, you can relax and enjoy your pelf
Version 1 “Geg, did you ever walk barefoot on the snow?” “Suuuure!” “I did it once and was cool, let’s do it?” “Why not?” There we were, an Austrian and an Italian taking shoes and socks out, in a warm end-of -April day walking in the few snow left by the winter.
Dear Cloudio, being the one that choose the subject for this post #5 of our 3x3 challenge, it’s easy to think that I picked up something I longed wanted to talk about, or something I just have a lot to say, or something I can easily write about.