You just entered an overwhelming, mindblowing, and confused space inside the immense Universe of the World Wide Web. This place is a perpetual work in progress populated by thoughts, drivel, visions, questions, sort-of-answers, kinda-intuitions, contraddictions, disorderly attempts of reordering stuff, representations of chaos.
Welcome to tommi.space, the virtual representation of Tommi’s mind.
Hi, I’m Tommi.
I am an enthusiast. I love getting involved in everything which involves human interactions and I am overthinking addicted. Who I am is best represented by the manifesto of my being, or Tomminess.
The purpose of my whole existence is meeting all the people in the world. For this reason, when I am not studying, I keep myself busy doing a lot of stuff. As a consequence, as also the great Leibniz said, that
in my life I started everything and concluded nothing.
You can know more about something of the just mentioned everything by browsing around this virtual representation of my mind.
Some resources which might be useful:
I conceived and co-founded Scambi, The Festival of Paneurethic Labs. I organize it with a staff of under-25 volunteers. The festival takes place during the last week of August in La Pigna, Sanremo, Italy.
The festival was born from our urge to fight the intolerance towards anything or anyone different. While our planet is getting hotter and drier every day, relationships of the people living on it are getting colder and more feeble.
Our purpose is to overcome this tendency by bringing together the most different guests and public.
I spent several tormented months tinkering about the ups and downs of Social Media. I got very stressed and particularly obsessed with their ethical issues. Eventually, I realized quitting is the best (and probably the only) way to actually feel better.
Nevertheless, I concluded that just quitting and doing nothing else is useless. Yes I could feel better, yes I could start enjoying and experimenting new ways of communicating, but nobody else would benefit of my choice. So I asked myself:
Simply abandoning social media platforms changes nothing.
I looked online for information and arguments to understand how Social Media work, but every publication always focused on few of them, and none was absolutely comprehensive; therefore, I decided to put everything together by myself
There’s stuff I find out I wish I knew before, or stuff I just can’t keep from sharing but it’s not enough to make an article, or resources so great and useful that the whole world should know and use, or cool oddities I note and it’s nice to have them always ready at hand.
I take this things, I throw them into The Jam.
I hope it can be useful to you.
I do too many things.
To both remember and share them, on this website I keep track of everything I do.
You can check the most important things I do in Stuff, while here are events I attend to.
Everything else is in