Pierpaolo, aka yrz, got involved in a number of opensource projects,
among them it's worth to remember mod_protection, jabber SMS and
He spent some years as a researcher for Hitachi Europe, Vrije University of Amsterdam...
Kati London has worked at the intersection of networked sensors and data, real world games, and civic code. For her work in both the early Internet of Things and real world games, Kati was named one of the “Top 35 Innovators Under 35” by MIT's Technology Review Magazine (2010), “Top 100 Most Creative People in Business” by Fast Company Magazine (2011), and awarded the World Technology Network award in Entertainment (2011). In 2012 she was the Innovator in Residence at USC Annenberg, previously held by Jaron Lanier, where she led workshops in Design Patterns for Autonomous Objects. She frequently speaks on online and offline engagement, economies, games, and sensor data. Her work is represented in the permanent collection of MOMA and has been exhibited at the Design Museum of London and Museum of Science & Industry. She has worked with clients bridging both private, non-profit, and governmental bodies ranging from Foursquare, Knight Foundation, Discovery Channel, and the UK Department for Transport. She is currently Executive Producer at Zynga New York.