This is my link section. Right now is a bit... ehm... messy. I'll clean up.
Cultural links (including dictionary, encyclopedia and the like).
- Merriam Webster dictionary. The english dictionary, on-line with audible pronounciation.
- The Jargon file. A compendium of hacker language and culture.
- Wikipedia. An user contributed enciclopedia.
- The Phrase Finder. Meanings and Origins of English Phrases, sayings, cliches and quotes.
- Everything2. Life, Universe and Everything... squared.
- Slashdot - stuffs that matter.
friends, colleagues and ex-colleaugues (email me if I don't know about your website):
- Disegno Mostri (I draw monsters - home page of artist Fabio Pagetti).
- Christian Ronchi's home page.
- Michele Agosteo's home page.
- Alberto Barbati's home page. Alberto is the only guy I know with the ANSI C++ standard embedded in his brain :-). Check also:
- Game Centric Alberto's own video game production studio website.
- Marco Cozzini's home page.
- Valentino Miazzo's home page and his thoughts and poetry site (italian only).
- Gabriele Gigliotti's home page. In Gabriele's site there is a very good HTML book (in Italian).
- Naps Team. Creators of Gekido.
- Mastro Pero. Artist Mauro Perini's website
- The Will. This is the site of the band that features my colleague Laura as bass-player.
- Luciano Morpurgo's home page.
- Edo's blog He's insightful, he's smart... he's my brother.
- Windaware, /.Nic blog & home website. /.Nic worked with me, as a passionate and committed Project Manager, on several videogame projects.
- Vocabolaudio. Italian - Chinese translator site by artist Michele Agosteo. (These days, the vocabolaudio seems to be broken).
- The Art of Unix Programming. The art, craft and philosophy of Unix Programming, lot of wisdom included.
- How to Design Programs. This is a programming textbook. The language used for teaching is scheme (one of the main dialects of lisp).
- geek code. Yes, back then, we laughed for this kind of stuff... today, even Real Programmers use mice.
- HTML Tutorial. There are plenty of HTML tutorial in internet (just try googling for it. Anyway this is the second in the google list and I found it pretty good.
- Manuale di HTML (in Italian). This is a very comprehensive handbook for learning HTML and it's written by a friend of mine.
- W3C Markup Validator you can feed this site with your web page and finding standard compliance problems.
- HTML 4.01 Specification.
- Fedora Core is the community based version of the RedHat distribution. Fedora is free (in the beer sense), while Redhat is not.
- The Unofficial Fedora FAQ is a very helpful page about Fedora, its configuration and maintenance.
- Doctor Dobb's Journal Simply the best computer programming & computer science magazine.
- MindStalkers. Italian miniatures and furnitures.
- Games Workshop. IMO the best miniatures you need to paint and contextualize.
- Energy Fitness best fitness gymn.
- Federazione Italiana Aerobica e Fitness (Aerobics and Fitness Italian Federation) Italian only.
- Step Center. A really nice site with step moves description and animations.
- Gin Miller Fitness. Gin is the inventor of the step training. Her latest creation is the 'Ramp'.
- Aerobics and Fitness Association of America. The name says it all :-)
- International Aerobic Federation.
- Ideal weight In this page you find calculators for ideal body weight, body mass index.
- Lean body mass. Here is the explanation for this value and a link to a calculator.
- Some step choreographies. Not bad if you understand the step move names :-).
- How To Build An Atom Bomb. This is a JOKE! I don't encourage anyone (especially the bad guys) to play with atoms and bombs.
- Dilbert. The best comic strip on corporate blindness, evil management, HR misapplication.
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