In little less than a week it will be that time of year again; LeWeb conference in Paris will start. A full 3 days of inspiring speakers from all over the world speaking about innovation and tech. This years theme; social-local-mobile. I will be attending and will keep you updated with sketchnotes on the speakers, both here and on my Flickr account. I am leaving for Paris soon, actually I am leaving for Paris this sunday.
Just now, the Rockstart accelerator program launched. A Rockstart initiative that gives startups, both tech and non tech a change to accelarate by giving them means, housing and knowledge.
Browsing for inspiration this morning I stumbled upon the Google Art project. Seventeen musea from all over the world, including ‘het Rijksmuseum’ in Amsterdam, ‘Momo’ in NewYork and the ‘National Gallery’ in London are covered in this project by Google. Every museum can be explored floor by floor walking through the museum using ‘street view’ technology. Do not hesitate to ‘look closer’ by zooming in at detail level at the works of art.
I usually share what inspires me, my work, or insights. This time I decided to be inspired. By everything I am surounded by, and immersed in every day. Everything that helps me inspire and share. This is the result! So pleased with it I installed it as wallpaper.
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On a personal note.. we spend the weekend in beautiful Rome. A wonderfull city with ancient treasures around every corner. Ofcourse I will upload my pictures to Flickr soon, but here’s an impression.
Education is still based on principles that do not longer apply in our society, everything has changed except for the way we teach our children, our future.I have made no secret that I think this should change. It forces our kids to be mediocre at best. Children that are gifted in any other way fall out of this system. Sir Ken Robinson is my absolute hero as it comes to his education changing ideas, togehter with the RSA guys who make any keynote look great with there potent visual noting animations, this video is an absolute must see; changing paradigms >>
I came across this work of art by Lindsey Olivares. Using Mika’s Happy Ending and creating a whole new piece of art. Tickles my senses in a happy way..
Found this BugBook on youtube, by yardapeart. Inspirational moleskine art.