Topic: Leisure

A dinner with David Braben

A dinner with David Braben
I am going to remember this Friday night. I met David Braben. Those of you who recognize the screenshot below will know why is this so special to me. It was 1984 and I was eight when I first laid my eyes on arguably the most influential game in my life. It was Elite. The game […]
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I haven’t been this happy in a while

I haven’t been this happy in a while
I've got a new office toy. My friends asked me who got it for me, and the answer is simple - as any mature and responsible adult, I buy my own toys :)
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Nobody takes Sun seriously?

I am on the beach, under an umbrella, wearing a tshirt. All by the book, behaving as I was told I should. But I am the only one on the beach doing the full thing. And only about 5% of people are under any kind of protection. The rest of the people, 95% of them, […]
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Look up

Look up
I am now six months without Twitter and Facebook. And guess what, the world is greater than ever. You can do it too! I consider myself lucky for not owning a smartphone, by choice.   If that rose your eyebrow, here are a couple of other interesting articles to check: Louis CK Explains why he […]
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Sunday inspiration

Sunday inspiration
The most important invention in the history of humankind is : COOKING! Suzana Herculano-Houzel: What is so special about the human brain? Intelligence is the ability of the organism to expand future options: Alex Wissner-Gross: A new equation for intelligence We all love to feel and touch. A step forward into making human-machine interaction more […]
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Galérien’s Poeme

Galérien’s Poeme
I started this day wondering how did one progressive and liberating idea (capitalism) manage to get us so imprisoned and shackled by debt and in the lack of it, ambition? Is it that the system is broken, or is it that the human nature is such that it would break any system ? Even 70s […]
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