Reproduction des notes de conférence distribuées hier aux parents.
Un condensé de la conférence que j’ai donnée aujourd’hui dans un établissement scolaire vaudois.
[fr] Au chalet pour deux semaines. Pas mal de réflexions sur où j’en suis. I’m at the chalet for two weeks. I brought Erica. Last time I came I left her at eclau, and she fell ill, and my neighbours had to scramble to get her to the vet. I was ill too. I figured … Continue reading “At the Chalet for Two Weeks [en]“
As the founding editor of Phonak’s community blog “Open Ears” (now part of “Hearing Like Me“) I contributed a series of articles on hearing loss between 2014 and 2015. Here they are. A few days ago I stumbled upon a Forbes article about 4 game-changing technologies for the deaf and hard of hearing. I read … Continue reading “What Is Waiting For Us Around The Corner [en]“
As the founding editor of Phonak’s community blog “Open Ears” (now part of “Hearing Like Me“) I contributed a series of articles on hearing loss between 2014 and 2015. Here they are. A surprise was waiting for me on my last trip to Phonak headquarters in Stäfa, 10 days ago: Venture. I had an appointment … Continue reading “Trying Venture: It’s Smooth [en]“
[fr] Je suis à la conférence Lift12 à Genève ces jours. Voici mes notes de sessions. Live-blogging from Lift12 conference in Geneva. These are my notes and interpretations of Hojun Song’s session — best effort, but might be imprecise or even wrong! Last talk before launching his satellite. Open Source Satellite Initiative. Tool you hit and … Continue reading “Lift12 Extreme Hackers: Hojun Song, Open Source Satellite Initiative [en]“
[fr] Une conversation sur Twitter au sujet des tags, de la grande époque de Technorati, et de où on en est maintenant. Ce qu’on a perdu: un “tagspace” commun pour la blogosphère (c’était ce qu’offrait Technorati…). Yesterday I innocently answered a tweet about Technorati tags from Luis Suarez. This led to an interesting three-way conversation … Continue reading “A Story About Tags, and Technorati, and Tags [en]“
Here are my running notes of the Lift conference in Geneva. This is How to win in digital (Richard Murton). May contain errors, omissions, things that aren’t quite right, etc. I do my best but I’m just a human live-blogging machine. Found other good posts about this session? Link to them in the comments. As … Continue reading “Lift10: How to win in digital (Richard Murton) [en]“
[en] A post by a French blogger made me realise the fundamental difference between being “paid to blog” (à la PayPerPost, to take the worst cases) and experiential marketing. In EM, publication of the post is a means, not an end. It is a “small” part of the mandate. The mandate itself is using the … Continue reading “Marketing expérientiel vs. publireportage [fr]“