I just spent a week in Istanbul with Krisia. It was EXACTLY as much fun as it sounds, as in: a lot…We basically played incredible amounts of Backgammon (hence why I chose this picture, because under the outer chess cover, this is a backgammon set), drank LOTS of Turkish tea which is bitter but you… Continue reading Istanbul with Krisia!
The city of Lyon in France just put a few hundred bikes out for its citizen’s use. The shiny brand-new bikes are tied to posts and available for trips through the city, as you can pick them up and drop them off at various hubs. The first half-hour is free and the yearly subscription costs… Continue reading city bicycles
one finds oneself one day walking along the street of the city where one lives, and clapping in rythm with one’s own step, and then turning the corner and seeing the homeless man who sometimes parades around the city half-naked waving his arms about chasing what looks like imaginary demons…also clapping slowly in the sunshine,… Continue reading a day that warrants clapping
I love packaging. I love series. I love when both are combined. One of my favoritest things about our conference hotel in Bulgaria was the “first-day-welcome-packaging” of all the toiletries in the shelf in the bathroom, in striated card paper embossed with a coat of arms and sleek-print labeling of the contents. The next days… Continue reading packaging
I was walking around the Champs Elysees after running an important errand and suddenly decided to go and see “The Sheepman”, a 1958 George Marshall movie with Shirley MacLaine and Glenn Ross and Leslie Nielsen. One of the best comedy westerns of all time, with a great cast and a great script was the description… Continue reading un cafe parisien
It’s sick how much Google has infiltrated our lives. People in business take Google into account, because it’s such a market force. People in Public Information and PR take it seriously because of the implications it has for their work, it’s the main search engine for nearly everyone you know, and we all use it… Continue reading our cocaine
We went to the world’s most famous air show and all-things aerial expo: le Salon du Bourget (there are practically no photos of human beings…i.e. us four that went, but there are some cool pictures of plane spare parts !!! as well as some I think, of the maiden flight of the Airbus A380, the… Continue reading my brother in Paris