My first networking event in Amstedam, OpenCoffee, left me disappointed because there were a lot of freelancers hunting for customers. In between plenty of self-declared Social Media Experts, few “I make websites with WordPress” caught my attention. For the web-analphabets, WordPress is a free software that runs ~20% of all the Internet websites around. It […]
If I have to summarize in a sentence my experience since I started my entrepreneurial life, it’s gonna be: “I’ve learnt a lot of new stuff…” So I decided to list here the skills that I’ve learnt so far, that are helping and will help making my dreams come true, and to dedicate a series […]
Greetings from Nantes – beautiful city in Brittany, crossed by the Loira river, French country. I missed a lot travelling, being grounded in Amsterdam for more than 3 weeks recovering from the knee “let me check” surgery I had. Full of joy and excitement, I stepped into another taxi to reach the beloved Schiphol airport, […]
NOTE: The following post is written in Comic Sans font, because I think I’m funny. I think everyone has some places that trigger curiosity, excitement, interest. Places we want to visit, we fantasize about, without really a reason behind it. One of this places for me was Lisbon, Portugal. After my brother showed me the […]
While my friends and I repeated the celebration of the new year last Saturday, countdown included, the masses in New York City are confused about how to call it, this newborn 2012:
In between Christmas, knee surgery and New Year Eve, I didn’t publish the post number 11 of my personal challenge, but on the other side, this time of the year is notoriously a time of self-indulgence and self-overfeeding so I forgive myself urbi et orbi. Anyway, this is post #11. In post-operation recovery I finished reading […]
As anyone in the blogosphere, I should write a post looking back to 2011 and another one listing the resolutions for 2012. Maybe I should say that “end of the year is always a good moment to stop and analyze” or something like that. But truth to be told – I spent a fair amount of […]
Today if I shift my weight on the left leg, and bend the knee forming a 40-something degrees angle, I can clearly feel a tremble and a slight pain in the frontal-lower part of the knee, where the tibia (or shinbone or shank bone) and fibula (or calf bone) are connected.
May, 2007 – Door to door: Amsterdam-Albiate, and back. Another crazy idea realized, only one week after running a marathon – but that’s another story.