Thoughts

This is what I am thinking right now.

thecore.io, the first WooCommerce Management Platform

September 14th, 2018

During his talk at WordCamp Europe 2018, Noel Tock, from Human Mades, well highlighted that “one click install or access to cPanel dashboard are not enough anymore.” In 2019, if they want to survive, hosting providers have to reinvent themselves and offer “fully integrated solutions” or what we also call “DXP, Digital Experience Platforms”. This […]


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Digital Nomad Survival Kit

July 1st, 2017

I think I was born a “nomad.” I have always liked to explore new places and to challenge myself in new environments. At the age of 20, I left France to Spain with one suitcase and ended up spending eight years there. Then, curious to discover something new, I took my suitcase again and moved […]


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The stolen bicycle

June 9th, 2017

At my parents house, in the garage, there was this beautiful red bicycle that nobody had used for years. At 18, when I moved out to rent a small studio on my own in Paris, I took this bike with me. I was a young student, living alone for first time, so thrilled to finally […]


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I meditate, therefore I am

May 27th, 2017

Before I started practicing meditation, I would never have thought that I could sit for two hours per day “doing nothing.” I was hyperactive, working from dawn to dusk like mad, connected to the Internet at all time. When could I find two hours of my precious time to stop all activity? Impossible. But one […]


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Polyglots

April 11th, 2017

When I was a kid, I was envious of people that spoke other languages. I wanted to understand and talk to them. I was particularly mad at my father. A Spanish immigrant, he married a French woman, my mom. Unfortunately, he did not teach me his language and we all spoke French at home. So, […]


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Game Changer

February 21st, 2017

Before, I proudly used to think, “who better than I can illustrate my writings?” So all the photos on my blog were actually mine, usually taken with my iPhone. And it worked out great. People loved it. But recently, I ran into million eyez, a photo gallery plugin unlike any other. The difference between million […]


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Happy Summers

January 7th, 2017

Every year, my mom used to send me to my grandparents’ house, in the south of France, where I would spend my entire summers. For a small kid like me, born in the Parisian suburbs, this was like going to heaven. The small village, of only 200 inhabitants, was a giant playground. I still see […]


In Transit

January 5th, 2017

I am in transit. Sitting in a vast, crowded and noisy hall of an airport. Doesn’t really matter which airport, it could be anywhere, the feeling would be the same. I am not really hungry, however I can’t stop snacking. More than satisfying my stomach, it’s just a way to kill time. What time is […]


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Library Life

December 24th, 2016

I rarely visit libraries to borrow books, but I often frequent them. I am a “Digital Nomad.” I travel the world, while working remotely. I have no fixed base, no office. In every place I go, the local library becomes my office. While my fellows nomads meet at coffee shops or co-working spaces, I spend […]


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Mobile Internet landscape

September 16th, 2014

A lot of writing this week for my MMP 240 class. After being asked to state my opinion on the use of font units in CSS, I had to do some research and paint a picture of the mobile internet landscape. First of all, if we talk about “mobile internet” we talk about 3G and […]


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What is your default font size?

September 16th, 2014

For my MMP 240 class, I was asked to states my opinion regarding different techniques and trends for font sizing: would I use px, %, em or rem units or what do I think of certain techniques like resetting to 10px via the 62.5% CSS declaration? Well, definitively, I think ems units are the unit […]


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Battle For The Net

September 10th, 2014

If you woke up tomorrow, and your internet looked like this, what would you do? Imagine all your favorite websites taking forever to load, while you get annoying notifications from your ISP suggesting you switch to one of their approved “Fast Lane” sites. Think about what we would lose: all the weird, alternative, interesting, and […]


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