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  • Luca
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    @lucabaldessarini
    #12604

    Hi guys, thank you for your answers!

    I’m more than happy to leave you with your next super moderator, @GiuliaPiesco!

    It was a true pleasure meeting you all, I really hope that after this is over we can also have an in-person meeting.

    Good luck with everything, stay safe out there!

    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #12597

    Thank you guys for your answers!

    @gianluca-pontoni welcome to the forum, just jump right into the conversation! What do you think about ? What about the smart working-related “psychological and social” issues that @eleonoracarletti pointed out?

    As a general reference for all of you guys, just try to always engage with the conversation even though it is your first presentation message! Remember, we’re trying to have some really deep conversations here.

    Have a nice week,
    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #12592

    Hi guys I’m Luca Baldessarini and I will be your forum moderator for the next week!

    I’d like to first start by saying that I’m super exited to meet you all, we put a lot of effort into delivering the best Silicon Valley Study Tour experience despite the global pandemic, so I really hope that this whole virtual tour will keep up with your expectations. I actually do not want to bother you with my background but if you want to know a little about me just check out my LinkedIn!

    Moving on, let’s kick things off with the first topic of this week. During this strange and tough period, also because of my job but mainly out of passion and curiosity, I’ve dug a lot into the “what will the future of workplace be like” topic. I’ve read tons of articles about it but, instead of sharing one of those, I would like to ask you what are your feelings and thoughts about this, how the future of our offices (or study places) will look like? Will this pandemic forever change the future of how offices, coworkings or libraries are designed? Or we will just get back to normal in a few months? I’m really curious to hear from you guys, please let me know and always remember, the goal here is to constructively interact with each and dissect the topic as much as you can, let’s have some great time together with some amazing conversations!

    Finally, I obviously have to remind you about tomorrow’s amazing webinar with Andrea C. Rossi, just don’t miss it.

    Have a nice week guys,
    Luca B.

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #3098

    Hi guys,

    just a little issue, to date we received only 6 CVs (Luca Lostumbo, Stefano Garavaglia, Selene Delle Cave, Matilda Trevisan, Valentina Orrù, Eunice Curreri) out of 22 participants. I have to remind you that the deadline for that was on December 10th, and the english-format CV is strictly necessary in order to be considered eligible for the final ranking of Novara SVST 2019.

    So exceptionally, for the 19 participants left, the last call to send your curriculum is by tomorrow morning 9.00 a.m.

    Thank you for your cooperation, I really hope you won’t miss this huge opportunity only because of bureaucratic reasons.

    By for now,
    Luca

     

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #3063

    Hi guys,

    I just want to remind you that in order to be considered eligible for Novara SVST 2019, you need to engage with each other on EVERY proposed topic, including the last one.

    Thank you for your cooperation, let’s have some high-quality conversation here!

    Have a nice week,
    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #3042

    Hi guys! 

    I hope you’ve had an amazing week.

    First of all, I’d like to thank our great @lorenzodaidone for sharing with us his amazing crowdfunding experience, just the right video at the right time.

    Moving on, I want to introduce you to the new topic.

    Have you ever heard about the Moral Machine from MIT? I don’t want to tell you more about it. Just go on the website, click “Start Judging” and go through the whole process, then we will start the discussion. I’d like to know your thoughts, fears, ideas and suggestions by reference to the topic.

    A little reminder, the Novara SVST 2019 selection deadline is on December 16th, however we need to collect all your CVs within December 10th so don’t forget about it!

    Have a nice weekend,

    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2906

    Hi everyone!

    Nice new topic here, good job. By the way, don’t forget to wait for everyone to full dive into the topic before moving on.

    So, let’s see what do you think about this project. Personally I find it so interesting, this is its mission:

    Precious Plastic is a global community of hundreds of people working towards a solution to plastic pollution. Knowledge, tools and techniques are shared online, for free. So everyone can start.”

    Go check it out. Do you think this is helpful? After expressing your opinions about it, try to think about how you could turn this thing into a plastic recycling business (since the project is non-profit).

    Let the creativity flow.

    Have a nice week guys,
    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2881

    Hi everyone, how are you doing?

    First of all, congrats to you all on maintaining the momentum.

    So, since you started to talk about Brexit, let’s try to analyze this topic from a more entrepreneurial perspective than a purely political one.

    What do you guys think will be the consequences on the EU startup ecosystem, considering that London is one of the big hot spots of the “European Valley” at the moment?

    Let me know what do you think will happen, will startups remain? Will they choose a different European city to born and grow? What city would it be?

    Remember, leave all the political comments out of the conversation, let’s go deep on your personal ideas about it.

    Have a nice week,
    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2801

    Good job @lucalost!

    The only little detail you missed about it is that the tweet does not refer to Musk leaving the presidential team on climate change, of which is not a member.
    He was in fact talking about quitting the American Technology Council, which aim is, as Mr. Trump stated, “to coordinate the vision strategy, and direction for the federal government’s use of information technology (IT) and the delivery of services through information technology. Americans deserve better digital services from their government, the Federal Government must transform and modernize its information technology and how it uses and delivers digital services.”

    Unfortunately, Elon Musk and Disney CEO Bob Iger have been the only two executives (among all the 20 members) who have actually left the council after Trump’s questionable choice.

    You guessed it right though, let the discussion begin!

    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2792

    Hi guys and welcome on board to the new ones!

    First of all, I just want to remind you that if one of your friends is still thinking about wether or not to sign-in into the forum, today is the LAST DAY to hop in.
    Secondly, good job on the previous topic to you all! Just a little thing from now on. Try to analyze deeper the article, adding as many details as you can to your post.

    So, picking up from where you at, I’d like to give you these 3 related words:

    American Technology Council
    Quit
    Climate change

    The words aren’t written in any specific order, but they’re part of broader issue. You’ve to find out: Who said these words? What was he referring to?

    N.B. The FIRST who is going to find it out, will have the possibility to go first with the discussion and tell us what he thinks about it before anyone else.

    Ready, steady, GO!

    Have a nice day.
    Luca

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2686

    Hi there!

    I’m Luca Baldessarini and I attended the SVST 2018.

    The first thing I fell like I should tell you about the Silicon Valley Study Tour is that it really is the experience you’re looking for, it’s been the best I had so far in my entire life and I hope it’ll be your best one too.

    Just a little bit about myself, I’m a third-year Economics & Management student at Catholic University of Milan. I’m a tech enthusiast and I’m really fascinated by entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and new ideas that can really change the world and the society that belongs to us.

    The selections for the 2019 participants as you know, will be based on your activity on this forum so keep it simplebe creative and interact with one another.

    I really hope to see you all in the cradle of innovation this summer in order to get to know each other better, but for now let’s get started!
    I’d like to begin with a really HOT TOPIC of the last few weeks: “Elon Musk and his fight with the SEC“.

    What do you think about it? Deeply analyze the story as a whole and tell us what are your personal thoughts and opinions about it, but don’t forget to first introduce yourself if you haven’t already.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Luca Baldessarini

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2685

    Hi there!

    I’m Luca Baldessarini and I’ll be the moderator of this forum so I will walk you guys through the selection process of SVST 2019 here as well as inside the wonderful world of the Bay Area, together with Paolo, as a guide of the tour.

    The first thing I fell like I should tell you about the Silicon Valley Study Tour is that it really is the experience you’re looking for, it’s been the best I had so far in my entire life and I hope it’ll be your best one too.

    Just a little bit about myself, I’m a third-year Economics & Management student at Catholic University of Milan. I’m a tech enthusiast and I’m really fascinated by entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and new ideas that can really change the world and the society that belongs to us.

    The selections for the 2019 participants as you know, will be based on your activity on this forum so keep it simplebe creative and interact with one another.

    I really hope to see you all in the cradle of innovation this summer in order to get to know each other better, but for now let’s get started!
    I’d like to begin with a really HOT TOPIC of the last few weeks: “Elon Musk and his fight with the SEC“.

    What do you think about it? Deeply analyze the story as a whole and tell us what are your personal thoughts and opinions about it, but don’t forget to first introduce yourself if you haven’t already.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Luca Baldessarini

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2682

    Hi there!

    I’m Luca Baldessarini and I’ll be the moderator of this forum so I will walk you guys through the selection process of SVST 2019 here as well as inside the wonderful world of the Bay Area, together with Paolo, as a guide of the tour.

    The first thing I fell like I should tell you about the Silicon Valley Study Tour is that it really is the experience you’re looking for, it’s been the best I had so far in my entire life and I hope it’ll be your best one too.

    Just a little bit about myself, I’m a third-year Economics & Management student at Catholic University of Milan. I’m a tech enthusiast and I’m really fascinated by entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and new ideas that can really change the world and the society that belongs to us.

    The selections for the 2019 participants as you know, will be based on your activity on this forum so keep it simplebe creative and interact with one another.

    I really hope to see you all in the cradle of innovation this summer in order to get to know each other better, but for now let’s get started!
    I’d like to begin with a really HOT TOPIC of the last few weeks: “Elon Musk and his fight with the SEC“.

    What do you think about it? Deeply analyze the story as a whole and tell us what are your personal thoughts and opinions about it, but don’t forget to first introduce yourself if you haven’t already.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Luca Baldessarini

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2679

    Hi there!

    I’m Luca Baldessarini and I’ll be the moderator of this forum, so I will walk you guys through the selection process of SVST 2019. The first thing I fell like I should tell you about the Silicon Valley Study Tour is that it really is the experience you’re looking for, it’s been the best I had so far in my entire life and I hope it’ll be your best one too.

    Just a little bit about myself, I’m a third-year Economics & Management student at Catholic University of Milan. I’m a tech enthusiast and I’m really fascinated by entrepreneurial creativity, innovation and new ideas that can really change the world and the society that belongs to us.

    The selections for the 2019 participants as you know, will be based on your activity on this forum so keep it simplebe creative and interact with one another.
    I really hope to see you all in the cradle of innovation this summer in order to get to know each other better, but for now let’s get started!

    By the way, it’s so good to see already so many attendees: Edoardo; Stefano; Federica; Alessandra; Matteo; Martina; Benedetta; Selene and Linda, welcome on board!

    I’d like to begin with a really HOT TOPIC of the last few weeks: Elon Musk and his fight with the SEC.
    What do you think about it? Deeply analyze the story as a whole and tell us what are your personal thoughts and opinions about it, but don’t forget to first introduce yourself if you haven’t already.

    Have a nice weekend,
    Luca Baldessarini

    Luca
    Participant
    @lucabaldessarini
    #2503

    Hi there,

    I confirm I will attend the SVST 2018.

    Thank you all so much for the amazing discussions we had here together!

    Luca Baldessarini

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