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Alessio Dessi
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Attended Università degli Studi di Cagliari
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Despite what many people thinks the Aluminium  smelting industry  has a net positive impact from  an environmental point of view no matter what kind of energy  is used to  power the process. Obviously  as greener as better but still  worth going with it.

#aluminium   #environment  
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Greed is the problem affecteting many aspect of our lives and is screwing up our planet and our economies.
Via +Nico Nieuwendijk
 

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Yea, you betchya.

if all the habitable land mass also sat on top of geothermal active strata, we all would be in the same boat. 

Such simplistic platitudes just piss me off. The reality is our society needs energy. Reality is most places don't sit on top of geothermal resource. So what're you gonna do? Turn most of the western world in to 3rd world living conditions or take the money and burn stuff? Yea - thought so.

Now, soon as someone figures out how to produce energy, cleanly, cheaply and widely - we'll see the next great advancement of humanity. Until then, we make do with what we have and pay the 'fine' of pissing in our own pool.
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+Mark Gillespie You  can trust or not anonymous, and as anyone they  can also fail, but it is  kind of normal  that you  don't know 100% of what is behind them,  they are not an  official  organization and you can only  build your trust in them  based on what they do. That said I can ask  the same about  governments, or official  organizations in general that we should  not have any doubts on ... and I don't have more trust in them  than in Anonymous.  I think  that two  organizations that expose the flaws of the other sides increase the awareness and the transparency  of the systems,  even if everything is not crystal  clear as we would like to be. In that sense even if I'm not sure that 100% of what they  do  is what it looks like for,  I still  value their actions based on what they  do and to  the extent of what is my perception of their actions.
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OMG.... NOT JUST ONE! RSA adopted Two NSA Backdoored Encryption Tools in its BSafe security kit.    http://thehackernews.com/2014/03/not-just-one-rsa-adopted-two-nsa_31.html
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Beautiful day in Norway

#Norway   #Sunnyday   #Nature  
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Enjoy your day +Alessio Dessi ! :-)
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What surprise me is that there's still people around saying global warming is not happening.
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GOOD NEWS FOR YAHOO! USERS ... Now Yahoo encrypts traffic between its data centers and turned on encryption for mail delivery, to protect users from mass surveillance and Encrypted YAHOO MESSENGER is also Coming Soon.

http://thehackernews.com/2014/04/yahoo-now-encrypts-everything-encrypted.html
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if the use as payment infrastructure increase I expect it will gain some stability 
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#NSA   #nsaspying   #PRIVACY  
I CARE ABOUT PRIVACY AND YOU?
Not that I have anything secret to say  to  others but I'm concerned about the fact that nowadays most of us really don't care about their privacy, sometimes because they really don't care but maybe many times because seems to complicated for most of the user to get a minimum  level  of it. With this post I would  like to explain how that could be done and show you  that could  be really  easy  to  accomplish  this result.

If we want to  achieve this on our smartphone we just need to  install 2 app.

ChatSecure  http://goo.gl/ybBrY2
Orbot              http://goo.gl/EuwBC

The second will anonymise your access to  the network, the first will take care of encrypting back and forward your chat. If you don't feel the need to  anonymise your access you  can avoid installing Orbot.

When you first run the application  if you have not installed the Orbot app yet and you select use Orbot you will be asked to do so. You  need to  create or select and existing account, for that we can use our gmail  account no need to create a new one. If you  are looking for full anonymity  you may  consider creating a new account that will no t be connected to  your standard profile. At this point you are almost done, to  be able to cipher your  chat just need to start a chat with another user that is using the same type of application, then tap  on the open lock  on the top right side of the screen, the lock will be close but we still need to  verify  the key. Verifying the keep  means for us to  assure that the person on the other side is who  we think  it is,  If we do  that in a reliable way once we will be sure form then on that whenever  we are chatting with OTR on the other side we have likely  the person  we are expecting. This could be still hacked,  I mean if one of the device is compromised and the private key  of one of the two  is stolen then your chats could be read by  the theft. 

If you want to  accomplish  the same result on the PC you  can use one of the IM clients that support OTR plugin, for sure Pigdin a multi-platform instant messaging app  works on Windows Linux and OSX. Didn't check  if the plugin is easy  installable on Windows and OSX but I guess shouldn't be a big problem. 
Not that I have anything secret to say  to  others but I'm concerned about the fact that nowadays most of us really don't care about their privacy, sometimes because they really don't care but maybe many times because seems to complicated for most of the user to get a minimum  level  of it. With this post I would  like to explain how that could be done and show you  that could  be really  easy  to  accomplish  this result.

If we want to  achieve this on our smartphone we just need to  install 2 app.

ChatSecure  http://goo.gl/ybBrY2
Orbot              http://goo.gl/EuwBC

The second will anonymise your access to  the network, the first will take care of encrypting back and forward your chat. If you don't feel the need to  anonymise your access you  can avoid installing Orbot.

When you first run the application  if you have not installed the Orbot app yet and you select use Orbot you will be asked to do so. You  need to  create or select and existing account, for that we can use our gmail  account no need to create a new one. If you  are looking for full anonymity  you may  consider creating a new account that will no t be connected to  your standard profile. At this point you are almost done, to  be able to cipher your  chat just need to start a chat with another user that is using the same type of application, then tap  on the open lock  on the top right side of the screen, the lock will be close but we still need to  verify  the key. Verifying the keep  means for us to  assure that the person on the other side is who  we think  it is,  If we do  that in a reliable way once we will be sure form then on that whenever  we are chatting with OTR on the other side we have likely  the person  we are expecting. This could be still hacked,  I mean if one of the device is compromised and the private key  of one of the two  is stolen then your chats could be read by  the theft. 

If you want to  accomplish  the same result on the PC you  can use one of the IM clients that support OTR plugin, for sure Pigdin a multi-platform instant messaging app  works on Windows Linux and OSX. Didn't check  if the plugin is easy  installable on Windows and OSX but I guess shouldn't be a big problem. 
THE APP FORMERLY KNOWN AS "GIBBERBOT"... SAME APP, NEW NAME!WANT ACCESS TO ...
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Eh. You cannot enforce it :|
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  • Alcoa Lista
    Process Control System Technician, 2013 - present
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    Process Control System Dept.. Manager, 2011 - 2013
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    Process and Lean Manufacturing Engineer, 2010 - 2011
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