The French presidential elections: Views from my inbox

I've been living in Boston for 13 years now, and became a U.S. citizen in 2010. My first vote here was Obama's second win to the White House. But I consider myself a dual citizen, and thus take my French voting duties very seriously. To vote, and to make paperwork easier, I'm registered with the… Continue reading The French presidential elections: Views from my inbox

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When in Bordeaux

I was recently asked for advice on what to do on a short stay in Bordeaux. I've been there a few times, including once visiting a few Chateaux and trying fancy restaurants for a VIP event I was working on, so I had some ideas. But I also have family there, and there's nothing better than the recommendations of a… Continue reading When in Bordeaux

Quick Reads: Inside design, G Suite, Fake Instagram, A Father’s beautiful story

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Here are some quick reading picks for the day. Enjoy! An inside look into the creative process: Designer on Rio Olympics graphics for Washington Post Wow, this guy is good. G Suite is here: TechCrunch rundown Longtime fan of Google business, I've used it almost everywhere for the past ten years so great to see them invest… Continue reading Quick Reads: Inside design, G Suite, Fake Instagram, A Father’s beautiful story