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Орел и Решка – Ukraine visiting San Francisco November 25, 2011

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You shall speak Russian there…

Apply to AngelPad Summer 2011 April 25, 2011

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AngelPad is a mentorship program founded by a team of ex-Googlers to help technology startups build better products, attract seed funding and grow more successful businesses. I met with one of them, Thomas Korte, and we can see another “Paul Graham” in him that makes me feel that going through AngelPad program might be a chance for entrepreneurs selected by the Team.

Don’t dream, you will get only few $20,000 in exchange for a small amount of common shares. But the mentorship should worths it, and there should be some doors you could easily open with them.

So don’t hesitate and try: last date is May 1st. See the list of previous program.

Giants won. Even the sky is celebrating. November 4, 2010

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Today was the day of the more huge celebration you can imagine in San Francisco…

The sky of San Francisco also did celebrate the Victory tonight. I rarely saw such a beautiful sunset…

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(fr) On a gagne !!! November 2, 2010

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Il est actuellement en train de se passer un truc dingue a San Francisco !

Bon, premiere remarque : tu ne t’interesse pas au Baseball ? Tu sors. Merci, cela ne te concerne pas.

Pour la premiere fois que les Giants ont quitte New York pour San Francisco, ils viennent de remporter les World Series, autrement dit le Championat du Monde de Baseball qui n’interesse que les Americains. C’est le 6e titre seulement pour cette franchise.

Ce que j’adore, c’est de voir toute la ville, les Latinos, toutes les communautes en train de se taper dans les mains, de klaxonner.

C’est beau le sport quand ca rassemble. Ca me rappelle 1998. Ils sont hysteriques !

Je vous ai fait une petite video du boucan qu’il y a autour de chez nous… on habite a un bloc du Park AT&T, c’est vous dire. Je n’etais pas aux Champs Elysees pour celebrer la victoire Francaise en Coupe du Monde de football, mais la c’est carrement impressionant.

C’est beau une ville la nuit… qui gagne !

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Advertising, Scotland and San Francisco October 12, 2010

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GoCar is a funny way to visit San Francisco. I’ve never tried, maybe this advert will influence me…
I like Alasdair Clements Scottish accent, and this short visit of San Francisco is nice! Enjoy…

Publicité Audi Ski dans les rues de San Francisco February 26, 2009

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Ignite Web 2.0 Expo SF II: David Calkins-Robots Everywhere April 24, 2008

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If you don’t have an idea of what’s a real geek, check out this video…
Really cool!

La Puce et les Geants April 6, 2008

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I bought this book in 1983.

My IT diploma was obtained, I wasn’t programming anymore in Basic, Cobol, Fortran or other Pascal. Was turning into a more financial path, to maximize my future professional life potential…

This book was fascinating. It was explaining a coming revolution combining information and quickness. The first chapter is about Silicon Valley, the others about IBM, Japan, Russia.

The book is about the end of (sort of) an industrial era.

The summary on the back is mentioning the term “a new economy” still so used now and that means so much waste.

Back to the first chapter, this story about San Francisco, Silicon Vally meant nothing to me, I didn’t know the place…

I wrote many things on the book when writer mentioned Frederick Terman.Frederick Terman

Terman is considered as the man who has thought the concept of Silicon Valley…and create it with many others… He introduced Dave Packard to Bill Hewlett, creating their new venture in 1939 with 480$.

He described a capitalist person as a someone crossing situations, and someone who has the choice.

“You have the choice, never have any doubt”.

Now I have something to work on. For my 3rd trip to San Francisco in less than 6 months. Do I had any choice up to now? Not sure. Never having any doubt: that’s a standard for me.

But this does not makes me a capitalist. For sure!

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