It started like any other week, in our Dublin apartment. I coordinated with my clients, checked on the advancement of our different projects, and worked my way through a couple of things on Monday. On Tuesday, early in the morning, Shana left to go on a business trip to the US. And just a couple … Continue reading A Week in London
Enjoying a beautiful spring day to explore the South Dublin area of Killiney, with its bay and beach!
From @MGSiegler: “I think Twitter is going to have a good year in 2018, while Facebook has a bad one.” It’s not that crazy to think about. And to some extent, this is already happening. But to capitalise on this, Twitter will first have to tackle its harassment, hate-speech, and nazi problems. From there, they … Continue reading 2018: “The Year of Twitter”
It’s still January: just in time to post my #1SE Year in Review
Here are the few items that I can’t live without, now that I’m travelling full-time!
And now for something a little different: some of the impressive and amazing streetart I found walking around Shoreditch this weekend…
In France, business-related publishers refer to Google-Apple-Facebook-Amazon as a single group. And because the french love acronyms, they called it ‘GAFA‘s. Beyond the sheer horror of the acronym, I don’t think it’s fair to associate these companies together. Apple makes money off products Facebook makes money off ads (i.e. off the user) Amazon harvests a … Continue reading Have you heard about GAFAs?
My friend @LiamBoogar recently launched a newsletter where he tackles Branding, France, Technology, and a lot more — all through his personal and opinionated point of view. The latest issue is really solid, and talks about Labor Laws in France and the labour market in the US. Here’s a solid gem that struck me: ”Even … Continue reading Liam launched a Newsletter!
This take by @MGSiegler is sad because it rings true. Going to the cinema has been one of my all time favorite experiences. I always feel like a kid when I enter the room and sit up in the big red seats, awaiting the new trailers. I, however, seem to be part of a shrinking … Continue reading