It was a big hit, as all the images testify: “Digital Scene”, the Registry’s space at Internet Festival 2015, where we hosted events dedicated to marketing, to copyright and the Net, to productive relationships between small, medium and large companies, to trade associations, start-ups, creative professionals and to the use of the Net as a space for children to play and to learn.
Training, selection, jury, prizes and winners: here’s the adventure of the fourth edition of the .itCup, Registro.it’s competition dedicated to startups.
Oil, chilli, butter, saffron, eggs, flour, onions and so many more: these are the “hubs”, the culinary points of intersection, the few ingredients necessary for preparing innumerable recipes. The ingredients are really nodes that connect to recipes that already exist throughout the world and make it possible to develop new ones, which are actually interconnecting networks of data.
The 2015 edition of the Internet Festival, Pisa’s annual international event dedicated to the Net, saw the participation of many noteworthy figures in Italian culture and journalism. These included Luca Sofri, journalist, writer and director of “Il Post”, who presented his latest book “Notizie che non lo erano” (“News that wasn’t news”).
The food and agriculture industry is one of the pillars of the economy, yet we still know little or nothing about what presence it has on the Net, for example, or to what extent its companies are capitalising on the benefits and potential that the Internet can offer.
‘Mindesk’, a system consisting of a pen and accompanying software, which makes it possible to realise 3D ideas in virtual reality with the help of a visor (Oculus Rift or Microsoft Hololens), has won the fourth edition of the ‘.itCup’, the competition dedicated to startups organised by Registro .it.
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Presentation of the results of research conducted by the CNR’s Institute for Informatics and Telematics on the activities of registro.it, in collaboration with Pisa University Department of Informatics and Infocamere. Friday 9 October 2015, 10:30am, Teatro Sant'Andrea -Via del Cuore, Pisa
Discussion and video screening with the creators of ‘Gli effetti di Gomorra sulla gente.’ Moderator: Boris Sollazzo. Friday, 9 October 2015, 9:00pm, Teatro Lux – Piazza S. Caterina, 6 – Pisa
Who cares what they say, as long as they’re talking about you? The old adage seems to have lost its validity for good with the advent of the Internet and social networking. Four experts in the field – professionals, analysts and creative talents – share their point of view on the community as played out on the stage of the Web. With Daniele Chieffi, Matteo Flora, The Jackal and Mirko Lalli. Friday, 9 October 2015, 3:30pm, Teatro Lux – Piazza S. Caterina, 6 – Pisa