Luca Galli

Working class / Philosophy / technology / digital strategy & CX-UX / enjoying Pocket since the 80s.

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Luca Galli

135 days ago

breve giro del mondo su quanto fa bene togliere un po' da auto dalle strade (senza ritornare al calesse)

How walk-first cities are saving lives

curbed.com

Luca Galli

142 days ago

articolone HBR di luglio 2017 su AI business and everything, sempre ottimo, firmato dal duo Brynjolfsson-McAfee di Second Machine Age

The Business of Artificial Intelligence

hbr.org

Luca Galli

203 days ago

tirata gustosa e parodistica contro il design - molto caricaturale e simplicistica però... via @fcvg sul tema ci scanniamo cordialmente da anni

Why human centred design is the enemy of original brands

mumbrella.com.au

Luca Galli

239 days ago

tre prospettive

How to 'make the internet great again'

campaignlive.co.uk

Luca Galli

271 days ago

un amico mi parla dei PIR - articolo della Voce.info ora datato ma ancora ottimo per capire il tema con occhio critico

Più rischi che benefici dai piani individuali di risparmio

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Luca Galli

309 days ago

"Amatori" o "professionisti": forse sono le etichette sbagliate ma potrebbe esserci del vero nel contrasto tra due modi di fare e di pensare.

The Difference Between Amateurs and Professionals

fs.blog

Luca Galli

327 days ago

agencies best of / watch list / killer elite via @fcvg

10 agencies marketers need to know in 2017

linkedin.com

Luca Galli

344 days ago

siate brevi - e bacchetto me stesso per primo

Vademecum per oratori dilettanti

che-fare.com

Luca Galli

373 days ago

the obituary of a master drafted by the master himself

MICHAEL H. AGAR's Obituary on Santa Fe New Mexican

legacy.com

Luca Galli

382 days ago

Storia crudelissima e scritta in modo magistrale dell'esecuzione di un disgraziato - innocente.

Trial by Fire

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

421 days ago

Google adblocker put in perspective in this 20th Apr story by @mathewi the 50+ mkt share adbloc industry giant will play blocker #catchup #reading

Here’s Why a Google-Powered Ad Blocker Is a Really Bad Idea

fortune.com

Luca Galli

444 days ago

Rassegna informatissima e scritta col cuore sull'Africa del colonialismo italiano e l'Italia o quel pezzo di Italia che lo studia e lo fa rivivere. Molti dolori e orrori.

I libri che smontano il mito del colonialismo buono degli italiani

internazionale.it

Luca Galli

451 days ago

training, money, money into training, repeat

Agencies have to recommit to putting money into really professional training

Agencies of the future must be defined by 'systems and empathy'

marketingweek.com

Luca Galli

493 days ago

Gran tour critico e molto informato su una certa ossessione estetizzante e un po' conformista.

The Myth of Apple's Great Design

theatlantic.com

Luca Galli

530 days ago

"unromantic" thoughts on our "age of [technology-enabled] emotion"

Paul Bloom on why VR empathy projects won’t save the world

theverge.com

Luca Galli

540 days ago

very funny, molta americana (o molto?)

Top Ten digital events of 2016

digitopoly.org

Luca Galli

549 days ago

Letture di recupero: Om Malik per il New Yorker sul "vuoto d'empatia" della Silicon Valley: voce critica ed equilibrata.

Silicon Valley Has an Empathy Vacuum

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

549 days ago

Maybe "morally bankrupt" for the whole Silicon Valley is too harsh as a judgement - still worth reading though

The Year Silicon Valley Went Morally Bankrupt

newrepublic.com

Luca Galli

562 days ago

some UK focus here but still a very good overview

Consultancies are buying agencies: What does it mean for marketing?

econsultancy.com

Luca Galli

575 days ago

if you have missed it (I did), go back to this February 2016 overview of our recent past and upcoming future by @cdixon about 50 years of tech in a few paragraphs. wow

What’s Next in Computing?

medium.com

Luca Galli

576 days ago

interessante controcanto da quello che una volta avremmo chiamato un giovane di successo

Quit Social Media. Your Career May Depend on It.

nytimes.com

Luca Galli

576 days ago

every redesign will come to an end -- as a newer redesign takes over

Inside the 21st-Century Craze for Redesigning Everything

nytimes.com

Luca Galli

590 days ago

even if you are not competent in psychology, do read how the Denning Kruger saga on incompetence is unfolding

Revisiting why incompetents think they’re awesome

arstechnica.com

Luca Galli

605 days ago

pensare camminando, diceva Nietzsche - o esci da quella c* di sala riunioni via @fcvg

Why 'I'm busy' is the enemy of creativity

thedrum.com

Luca Galli

640 days ago

contrasti tra l'apparente "vita in tempo di pace" pre-911 e la guerra infinita degli anni 00 e 10, storia e letteratura via @vanz su #fb mi pare

Una conversazione con Jonathan Safran Foer sull'11 settembre

minimaetmoralia.it

Luca Galli

689 days ago

This is from last December but still a timely read, with lots of cases that agency guys and client counterparts should weight carefully @herrhuld

15 crucial web design trends for 2016 & beyond

econsultancy.com

Luca Galli

689 days ago

some lesser known examples I think

Why design is becoming more important to business than ever before

thedrum.com

Luca Galli

725 days ago

British Lose Right to Claim That Americans Are Dumber

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

737 days ago

"Blockchain for Marketers" @acfrank @gartner_inc very useful roundup on a topic not so well known among these folks I think

Blockchain for Marketers

blogs.gartner.com

Luca Galli

738 days ago

Blocking ads doesn't mean that you want it all for free: some really wants to PAY #adblocking

Flattr’s Peter Sunde wants to put an end to online media’s dependence on advertising

tech.eu

Luca Galli

766 days ago

great biology analogy

Species of Organizations

mintzberg.org

Luca Galli

776 days ago

l'epopea di Ranieri e del Leicester in un bel pezzo del Guardian, molto godibile anche per chi non segue in nulla il calcio

How Claudio Ranieri, pizza and 'Dilly Ding, Dilly Dong' put Leicester City on road to glory

telegraph.co.uk

Luca Galli

781 days ago

non conoscevo Palantir - questo pezzo del 2013 racconta la storia della società e dei protagonisti

How A 'Deviant' Philosopher Built Palantir, A CIA-Funded Data-Mining Juggernaut

forbes.com

Luca Galli

803 days ago

Survey finds that design is being recognized as a CX key factor - now it's all about what we mean by design

What does 'improving customer experience' mean?

econsultancy.com

Luca Galli

815 days ago

This obituary of Andy Grove is also a fascinating reading into the early days of Silicon Valley

The man who put Intel inside

economist.com

Luca Galli

815 days ago

"I ragazzi" forse non è il modo più centrato per descrivere questo gruppo di teste eccellenti e lucidissime

I ragazzi della ricerca: "Sette idee per restare"

repubblica.it

Luca Galli

815 days ago

How to deal with bad colleagues and bad bosses: useful to almost anyone in the whole wide world

An Antidote to Incivility

hbr.org

Luca Galli

828 days ago

don't get distracted while reading this one. via @fcvg

The collaboration curse

economist.com

Luca Galli

834 days ago

La faccenda di Trump ha lontane radici nella deriva a destra della politica americana, spiega il New Yorker. Mi ricorda qualcosa...

American Demagogue

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

843 days ago

Smemorato e ignorante come sono non ricordavo chi fosse Elena Cattaneo, scienziata di livello internazionale e senatrice a vita. Leggersi questo pezzo per farsi un'idea del disastro in cui versano i meccanismi di finanziamento alla ricerca. I soldi come si vede saltano pure fuori, certo nei modi sbagliati, e forse pure nei posti sbagliati.

Human Technopole, la scienza all'Expo e la favola del pifferaio

repubblica.it

Luca Galli

847 days ago

Great story - Tumblr is still a unique place to roam across generations

TheSecret Lives of Tumblr Teens

newrepublic.com

Luca Galli

852 days ago

There might be a bit too much of Americanism here for an European reader but it's still a very clear, interesting stance. via @perugini

JOHN MCAFEE: I'll decrypt the San Bernardino phone free of charge so Apple doesn't need to place a back door on its product

businessinsider.com

Luca Galli

860 days ago

computers or appropriate systems are taking a role once reserved to humans; time ago it happened with computers themselves - they too used to be human: they were those in charge of computing!

U.S. Government Redefines 'Driver' To Include Computers

huffingtonpost.ca

Luca Galli

865 days ago

buying digital agencies is back in fashion as in the old days

IBM Buys Germany’s Ecx.io, Its Third Creative Services Acquisition In A Week

techcrunch.com

Luca Galli

867 days ago

I'm not an engineer but this looks interesting to me from an agency point of view - the actual deliverable is software anyhow.

Staging Servers Must Die

readwrite.com

Luca Galli

883 days ago

"She remembers her anger" - reading elsewhere about Steve McCurry I went back to the poignant story of the woman once portrayed as the "Afghan girl".

A Life Revealed

nationalgeographic.com

Luca Galli

893 days ago

Tolto un po' di Americana qua e là il Messia del New Yorker è da leggere: egoista politicamente scorretto direi molto simpatico.

Day of Judgment

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

895 days ago

We're still far from a solid understanding of the stress impact on your health

Warning: You Still Need to Stress About Stress

bloomberg.com

Luca Galli

896 days ago

This is not new but still a must read if you have missed it (that's my case).

The Shape of Things to Come

newyorker.com

Luca Galli

898 days ago

This reasoning on US politics and social media could be applied to EU debates.

Is Facebook the enemy of truth and civic unity?

theguardian.com

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