Category Archives: reflections

Traffic jams over?


Everybody knows what I believe about solving the traffic problems by cycling in the city. In the meantime, every day, more cars are stuck in the traffic and we spend more time on transport. This thing needs a call to action for massive problem solving and critical thinking NOW. Bikes […]

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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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O perspectiva pentru Romania: instabilitatea poate fi schimbata in bine


De la un timp nu mai inteleg nimic din ce se intampla in Romania. Si nu sunt singura. Asa ca ma gandesc sa dezvolt o aplicatie care m-ar ajuta sa keep track of things cu ce se intampla acasa. Scopul ei nu ar fi sa intelegem ci sa realizam la […]

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Life projects: family, babies and other ideas


Source: Illustration: Iro Tsavala  It’s been 2 years since I’m living in Paris. An adventure full of new people, places, ideas and ideals. A series of experiences that gave me courage and opportunities to learn and to grow. Lots of my friends get married now or make plans about babies. I’m 25 and I’m […]

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La société de consommation


Fini de lire ce magnifique essai écrit par Jean Baudrillard, je pense que la liberté est une machine à laver* *freedom is a washing machine

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The power of creating inspired accidents and surprise presents


A happy accident arrived to me today. It made me think how much I’ve been underestimating the post office effect. Just imagine the storytelling behind an anonym mailing sent to someone connected to digital world almost 7 days for 24/24. In my case it basically happened like this: I went […]

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