This is a Seminar originally developed for the Laboratory of Economics and Management of the S. Anna School of Advanced Studies which hosted the first two editions, in 2005 and 2009.The slides of the 2009 edition are at the bottom of this page. Both the seminar itself and the related material gathered very good feedback including, but not limited to, the following comments:
- Alberto Barrionuevo, Socio Director of OPENTIA and former director of FFII:
- “Historically a culture has been little more than nothing without its documents. The end of a civilization has been based usually in the destruction of its written knowledge. The speech of Mr. Fioretti shows how important for a culture is to warranty along the centuries the open interoperability of their documents and so the accurate preservation and transmission of the knowledge and customs of such civilization.”
- As usually, it is excellent. Congrats, Marco - A. Barrionuevo
- Thanks! This is a most excellent set of slides - L. Noodén
- Excellent examples and lots of background information - J. de Jong
I regularly update the material for this seminar, to keep it current, and am always available to run new editions, customized for specific audiences. If you are interested in hosting new editions, please contact me.