• Triathlon Fleury d’Aude

    August 24, 2014

    It was a late start to the triathlon season this year for me. It seems like everyone else is tapering while I’m finally feeling in the zone. Only my third of the year so far, but the Triathlon Fleury d’Aude yesterday afternoon was loads of fun. The convivial atmosphere, bottle of wine, comfortable run course, […]

  • Email purge (yay!) but Microsoft Outlook blows (boo!)

    August 22, 2014

    I return to my office following a week off on holiday to discover Outlook no longer functions. The Microsoft Exchange online Outlook web access works fine, but the local install on my PC refuses to connect, incessantly prompting for a password. The problem is not machine-specific either, since the identical sympton occurs on 3 different […]

  • Echelon Thailand: this merits one night in Bangkok

    August 20, 2014

    Readers of this blog know that I believe European tech startups in certain domains should look East instead of West. Two recent testaments of this notion are France’s very own Feeligo and Quantcube, who accompanied me in July to Fukuoka, Japan for a privileged conference with Japan’s tech leaders, a visit which is already paying […]

  • Rebooting the brain on holiday

    August 19, 2014

    I took a short holiday this summer, only one week. I should relativize this: one week falls on the long end for a typical American vacation period, but in Southern Europe taking off for only week in the summer is laughable. Unfortunately, one week was all I could afford given the busiest June and July […]

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