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🇮🇶A Museum revival in Mosul, Iraq 🇮🇶

When the museum was attacked a few years ago by ISIS, the world woke up stunned by this catastrophe. This museum is the witness of a rich past of forgotten civilizations. Thanks to the energy of the local population and international aid,…

Aigues-Mortes, Salins and beyond.

Here is a great spot I discovered this past summer: Aigues-Mortes! There are 2 spots to absolutely not miss : the medieval city and the salines (Salins in french). Aigues-Mortes, is a French south town, in the Occitanie région, in the Camague, southwest…

Saint-Germain-des-Prés (abbey/church) in Paris.

If you visit Saint-Germain des Prés area in Paris, stop by the church/abbey. It is absolutely stunning. The paintings were renovated in 2019. History The Abbey was founded in the 6th century by the son of Clovis I, Childebert I.Childebert erected to house the…

Jersey City Live pictures : Mural Festival 2021

As promised, here are some of my best pictures of the first Mural Festival hosted in Jersey City on June 5, 2021. Since 2013, Jersey City became an important spot of street art… with more than 120 murals that are decorating the…

Jersey City First Annual Mural festival

I wanted to provide a spotlight to the upcoming first annual Jersey City Mural festival that will be hosted on June 5 – 6, 2021. Prior to the festival, and the share of my upcoming pictures, see below 3 links, the website…

Klimt’s Woman in Gold!

I wanted to share a post about the portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer (#1) from Klimt. The history behind it is fascinating. The painting: Adele Bloch-Bauer I The painting is composed of oil paint, silver and gold leaf on canvas. The portrait shows Adele…

Product Operations: Data + Process = Success

In a previous post on a personal learning and development journey, I was sharing that I attended a workshop mid december with ProduXlabs on Product Operations – Indeed, I wanted to know more about that topic and how we can apply some…

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Diabetes: What are the last news?

Before talking about innovation, let’s spend time on what the Diabetes is, first! I found 2 greats videos: one from CDC and another from Diabetes UK that provideyou info about the disease and its main types in less than 3 minutes. People…

🇸🇴 Digaag Kumbe, a Somali delish!🇸🇴

While browsing the website bonapettit.com, I came across a Somali recipe, the Digaag Kumbe (Chicken Stew with Yogurt and Coconut). The name intrigued me so I decided to try this flavorful dish. But, as I like to know the origins of everything,…

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The intelligence of the Cephalopods!

We couldn’t change the name of this site (ThinkerSquid) without having a post on the cephalopods. We selected two recent articles to understand better the brain’s of squids! The first article is from sciencealert.com that provides some information of its complexity (depicting…

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The art of saying “NO”!

From a young age, we have been taught to accept a lot of things from others by convenience or politeness. Then, the more we grow, the more we have to take complex decisions that can impact your personal or your work life.…

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A great discussion about Data Operations.

Last week, I had the opportunity to do a sit down with James Canosa from Stott and May, a company that provides intelligent executive recruitment for organizations across the UK, Europe and North America. We had conversation around data operations and CRM (Customer…

Pavlova? An unexpected origin!

Over the weekend, I prepared a pavlova with mixed berries (I tried with raspberries and blueberries). For the ones who love meringue, this is the ideal dessert. But you have to be very patient as you need at least 4 hours of…

Feeling the loneliness during the pandemic!

The pandemic has definitely impacted many lives around the world: many families have suffered by handling death and bereavement or by having a direct impact on their own health/well-being. I was lucky to not have been affected to closely but this pandemic…


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