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Dried figs, almond and ricotta cheese tart

Ingredients

Pie dough

120 g butter (room temperature)

1 egg

100 g powdered sugar

220 g wheat flour

pure vanilla essence

Filling

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Re-targeting. Evil or Divine Marketing tool?

#digitalmarketing #mooc

Even if I’ve just finished my studies at the University of the People, I’m already enjoying the amazing courses the web offers. I confess, I’m actually enrolled in 5 MOOC courses, since after my Bachelor in Business Administration I distinguish what my favorite topics are. In short, I reveal an insane passion for Digital Marketing and Web Analytics; as a consequence, the Coursera MOOC courses perfectly satisfy my curiosity.

I’ve just finished the second course: “Digital Analytics for Marketing Professionals: Marketing Analytics in Theory, 1 of 6 courses in Digital Marketing from University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign”. Continue reading


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Tiramisù – recipe. Pasteurized eggs

VLUU L100, M100  / Samsung L100, M100

This is my favorite Tiramisù recipe, here is the last version for my husband’s birthday. Recipe by Luca Montersino.

Why is it important to use pasteurized eggs? For your safety, see more here.

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Oh yes, I passed the finals!


Oh yes, I passed the finals!

I’ve received a few messages asking if I had passed the last exam and then I realized I didn’t clearly stated that: yes I did it. Now, even if I wait for the Diploma (they’ll send it to my Italian address), I’m an official graduate: Bachelor of Science in Business Administration at the University of the People. You know how much this means to me and how do I feel after chasing my dream for more than 15 years; Continue reading


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The Gini index, poverty and access to education.


I often say: “I love Economics” and I see this statement causes jaw dropping effects, because it sounds weird. During my experience at the Uopeople I studied the Gini index, that represented one of my favorite subjects, particularly during the courses of “Microeconomics”, “Macroeconomics” and “Principles of Economics”. This index helps to understand social inequalities and the distribution of wealth, it ranges from 0 to 1; specifically, a fair result is in proximity of 0. I checked the situation of my Country and I compared it to others; I even checked the political Government that ruled at that times and I got a general idea of those who increased the inequalities or, in the contrary, performed better.

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Final exam and ..this is it

At the end of each term, we usually have a four days availability for the finals and I am used to tackle the exam during the first day, that corresponds to Thursday. So did I for the last exam, too. Today it’s Tuesday, that means a few days were passed before I was able to write a message for this blog. I see happy faces all around; my daughter and my husband are proud of me and their cheeriness measures Continue reading