Category Archives: Paris

HackSense à mon sens


La semaine dernière j’ai participé à l’événement « HackSense for The future! » à l’occasion du Forum Mondial Convergences. À l’entrée dans la salle des arcades à l’Hôtel de Ville j’ai reçu une bulle verte. « J’étais fichée »: développeur. Rien que ça m’a donné des frissons. J’avais peur de ne pas […]

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5 alternative ways to visit museums in Paris


When you live in Paris and you want to go to a museum, you definitely don’t want to spend 2 hours in a queue to buy a ticket. To avoid the crowds of tourists, I’ve made a list of things you should also consider taking advantage of when visiting Paris […]

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digital + fashion + trends = colorful ideas for brands


Now that January is over, you can get some colors out of your closet. Not sure about which ones? I advice you to try Color Forecast a web-bijou with smart tricks for you to discover the latest trends. The ingenious site is a Pimkie make-up mix of weather forecast and colors. In a click you get […]

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Food waste: the old and the new habits


A quick fact says that « if we all stop wasting food that could have been eaten, the benefit to the planet would be the equivalent of taking 1 in 5 cars off the road. » Perished food, ugly vegetables and leftovers are not an interesting subject. They look/smell horrible and we don’t […]

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Coworking tour in Paris


Here is a virtual tour of all coworking spaces in Paris. It is made by Deskmag,  espeacially for the Coworking Europe Conference happening these days in Paris (8 – 10 november 2012) If you want to know more about this event, you can follow the event on twitter #coworkingeu. If your’re interested […]

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You can do anything in Paris


5-10% from world population is made out of prodigies. If we keep willing to be the best, the rest up to 90% are just losers. Therefore, I believe we should rethink failure. How do we see it, what do we think it is? On Wikipedia, failure refers to the state […]

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Serendipitous learning is awesome


In my case, internet works like this: I open the browser and start to see, listen and learn a little bit of everything in order to create. I fall in love with links and people every second and from all this ocean of data and connections, I develop weekly obsessions about areas I have never been directly in touch with.

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