Quartz featured Automattic, the company I proudly work for, as an organisational model for their “Perfect Company” series: This pioneering tech company figured how to make work-from-home work While I’ll leave it to you to read the article and make your own opinion, this one quote from Matt, our CEO, particularly resonated with me: I […]
Today Apple launched a new camera, I can’t wait to try it. Funny enough, they removed the 3.5mm jack from it, but kept the phone function, go figure…
I was having a conversation about the role of team and division lead within Automattic, trying to explain why it is crucial that anyone aspiring to leadership starts by being extremely efficient in their current position. It reminded me of the Fibonacci sequence, where each number is the sum of the previous two numbers in […]
When the menu fits on a business card…
You may recall that a few months ago I shared with you the news about .blog, the new TLD that was to be launched soon (the TLD being the portion of a domain name after the dot). I have been working on this project for quite a long time, close to two years. Last week, […]
I never understand why the “M” in “MVP” is considered as the first step, instead of the goal we are striving for.
The web turned 25 today, and it’s almost inconceivable already to think that some of us used to live without it.
No comment! Thorn between the sadness of the story and the beauty of the text. For once also available in English, I couldn’t resist the temptation to share. SYSTEM OF A BAN
Elon Musk on whether we live in a simulation: Must be a free to play, with in-app purchases… Source: The Verge
I am so happy that this is finally a reality that we can share with the World!
Very happy to start reading more often about how parents today totally abuse their kids right to privacy and to dispose of their future online and offline image as they see fit. You wouldn’t steal from your kids, right? So why considering that their image belongs to you?
…starts with a single step. 40 months ago, with the wish of sharing our love for WordPress, we decided to start a meetup. 35 meetups and one WordCamp later, the group counts more than 600 WordPress enthusiasts who love listening to great speakers (like Bruce in the picture above). That simple first gathering in January […]
Austrian Airlines sent me a satisfaction survey today. I figured I’d fill it, after all, I travel with them often, they are partners of WordCamp Europe 2016, and I hate their latest tariff changes when they started selling tickets with not checked-in luggage. After a few classic questions rating statements from “I strongly disagree” to “I […]