Writing on a blog is not the easiest thing in the world. There are always lows and highs in your blogging career and the more you blog, the more you get new followers. This is going to be my first blog post ever on this website, and it is going to be the first of a long series.
When I firstly read a blog post from a blogger I always want to understand, before reading, what kind of person he/she is, because I believe that a blogger is free and is able to say whatever he/she wants from her point of view. That’s why a good understanding of the blogger’s preferences can always help you while reading his/her blog posts.
This is why I am writing two lists in my first blog post, the likes and dislikes. Lists are the most powerful tools a blogger can use and here I am going to use them just to describe my personality and way of behaving.
- GNU/Linux and Richard Stallman
- Isaac Newton
- Direct Democracy
- The Five Star Movement
- People who don’t lie to me
- Redundant people
- Quentin Tarantino and DJango
- English weather
- People who do not comment my Blog
- Huge corporations who copy innovators
- Two of the biggest tech companies in the world (Guess..)
- The Italian way of doing things (It can be the best or the worst)
Well, these two lists could have been pretty long, but I wanted to give you a first taste of what this blog is going to be about. I extremely love writing about Entrepreneurship, Startups, Technology and what I really think the world should be; but on the other hand, I would like to record the experience I am getting here at the university of Manchester, where I will enjoy the best years of my life.
The conclusion of a blog post is always something embarrassing, I could have stopped writing in the last paragraph with that great sentence about the best years of my life; but today, I want to write down two quotes which have inspired me along these years. The first one has helped me a lot, the latter is more recent, but it helped me understand how the world works.
“If I have seen further, it is only by standing on the shoulders of giants”.
“First they ignore you, then they laugh at you, then they fight you, then you win.”
They have always told me that less than five hundred words for a blog post are not much, but this is it for today, see you in the next blog post.
Let the hack begin.