Giuseppe Taibi’s Techlog

Impressions and bookmarks about my technology journeys

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Boston Startup Weekend

November 12th, 2010 · No Comments

The 2010 edition focuses on mobile and I am happy to help out by leading a session in iPhone application development Nov 12 from 1pm to 6pm.

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Tags: android · apple · Conferences · iPad · iPhone · startup

Venice Sessions 5 – Design The Future

July 2nd, 2010 · No Comments

www.venicesessions.it From the Archive (Venice Sessions 4): My Talk on Future of Media: iPhone Ecosystem Video (in Italian) Venice Sessions 4: The Pictures are In Venice Sessions IV – Giuseppe Taibi – iPhone Media Ecosystem (Slides) Venice Sessions 4: The Future of Media in the Digital Age

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FREE MIT Enterprise Forum VIRTUAL Master Class

February 24th, 2010 · No Comments

The MIT Enterprise Forum is releasing a limited number of FREE seats for this live interactive VIRTUAL MasterClass. First come first serve. Interested should claim their FREE VIP pass immediately at: http://bit.ly/COMPLIMENTARYpass-MIT-McAfee ——————– MIT Virtual MasterClass “5 Strategies to Leverage Enterprise 2.0 technologies in Your Business” The MIT Enterprise Forum is presenting a new series [...]

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My Talk on Future of Media: iPhone Ecosystem Video (in Italian)

November 6th, 2009 · No Comments

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Tags: Conferences · Emerging Technologies · iPhone · my iPhone apps · venice sessions · video

Venice Sessions 4: The Pictures are In

October 23rd, 2009 · No Comments

Venice Sessions 4: The Future of Media In The Digital Age is now over. It was a memorable event, followed online by 3600 unique users and with a very active Twitter channel. A true success, especially for Italy. Special thanks to Telecom Italia CEO Franco Bernabè, Luca De Biase, Salvo Mizzi, and the amazing Venice Sessions [...]

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Tags: Conferences · Emerging Technologies · In The News · web 2.0