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Paris Blogue-t-il? so what! April 18, 2007

Posted by Phil Jeudy in Blog, News!, Paris.

Well, first issue: no Wifi?! An event dedicated to Blog…but no Wifi…how can I show my Blog? How can I see yours? Maybe the point is to meet in RL [real life]…but for my first participation the funny thing could have been to benchmark and see other blogs live…

The owner of L’Entrepot is not aproving free Wifi…which is his own decision and I fully respect that…but maybe there’s something to think about!

Well in fact just this issue…very good idea indeed. So we talked, and we talked…

I met interesting people and character like…
Gonzague  see the future!

Adrien very smart…could help some entrepreneurs!

Joanna already in Philosphere…she’s everywhere!

Leafar more to come

 candy geek…very funny!

Will come back to this very Parisien rendez-vous…


1. Gonzague Dambricourt - April 18, 2007

C’est très flatteur d’être “see the future”…

Regarding the wifi , I think that the owner is wrong doing this. Those of us working online know how convenient it is to have a connection available

2. Leafar - April 18, 2007

Coming tomorrow 😉
Pour l’identité … une petite preview here : http://www.virtualidentity.eu

3. Adrien - April 18, 2007

Thanks mate hope to see you tomorrow at the Open Cafe.

4. - April 26, 2007

candy geek…

how sweet 😉

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