Archive for May, 2015


Friday, May 29th, 2015

Great picture of Camille Lecointre and Hélène Defrance during the Sailing world cup in Hyères.

No doubt foiling catamarans are the future, but the 470 remains a magical boat around three buoys.

Superbe image de Camille Lecointre et Hélène Defrance lors de la Sailing world cup à Hyères.

Même si les catamarans à foils sont probablement l’avenir de la voile légère, le 470 reste un bateau magique entre trois bouées.

Maia Flore

Monday, May 25th, 2015

Maia Flore met en scène sa rousseur avec une poésie à la fois douce et délicatement dérangeante.

When you do work that matters…

Sunday, May 24th, 2015

When you do work that matters, the crowd will call you a fool.

If you do something remarkable, something new and something important, not everyone will understand it (at first). Your work is for someone, not everyone.

Unless you’re surrounded only by someones, you will almost certainly encounter everyone. And when you do, they will jeer.

That’s how you’ll know you might be onto something.

From Seth Godin (@ThisIsSethsBlog) on May 24, 2015


Sunday, May 24th, 2015

From The New Yorker, May 25, 2015 issue.

You can’t list your iPhone as your primary-care physician.


That’s what I love about social media. I can have connections with thousands of people and yet still be completely isolated and alone.


The two things that really drew me to vinyl were the expense and the inconvenience.

Elyx by YAK sailing the Mediterranean sea

Saturday, May 23rd, 2015

Elyx by YAK (@ElyxYak)

Life is Beautiful

Thursday, May 14th, 2015

Our old buddy, Steve Clayton, GM, Microsoft storytelling, sends out a super cool private email every Friday-ish to friends and family (he’ll add you if you email him here – we’re all family, right ;) .

Last Friday, Steve linked to a great post.

Life advice from a young tech entrepreneur turning 30.

I wish I had my s**t together like Sam does at 30.

The gist of the post is, stay out of your comfort zone at work, and in it as much as you possibly can with your family.

Coming up in the age of the internet and social, even more so.

Sam pretty much nailed the whole work/life thing.

Well worth the read. :)

Image and text by @gapingvoid

Managing Oneself

Saturday, May 2nd, 2015

Sketched by Sacha Chua