I spent just amazing holidays in France for 10 days and i am really happy to be back. For the first time i was disconnected totally: not or nearly not touch a computer for about 2 weeks. A not not even a single post. Well, it s hard to admit but it feels good!
I am not sure it will interest everyone but this was my holidays programm, if they were tags:
cote d’azur, st paul de vence, cannes, antibes, friends, family, passover,isola2000, ski, raquettes, paris, musee d’orsay, exhibition, shopping, restaurants, walking, disneyland paris, 8bedsin10nights, sun
Thanks to all those who contributed to this great holidays: my family, Fred, dan, odelia, philippe, audrey, olivier, valery and karine, the sun, the snow, emmanuel and mickey.
And now i am back. It will be hard to catch up with all that happened on the web for this past 2 weeks. TechCrunch audience keeps on rising both in the US and France (nearly 50k and 1500 in feed subscription respectively in TechCrunch US and France).
That was a good surprise for me to discover, as well as the good work realized by Guillaume who overtook TechCrunch during my absence.
From all the new apps i discovered since back, the best one is clearly Google Calendar. It is really amazing and the integration with Gmail is fantastic. I have only one comments (worth for all online calendars), they should create, as plaxo did, a synchronization function with your desktop Calendar (Outlook in my case). That would make it a killer app.
Curiously i discovered the audience of this blog kept at a good level without any maintenance. I was also shocked by the senseless comment of some stupid french blogger on his view on the Iranian president to who i promise soon a dedicated answer.
Before i left i promised you to reveal some new informations. Sorry but regarding the phone number of Scarlett Johansson it will not be for now.
During this week i will announce:
- the new name of this blog
- the name of my new employer and why i left ICQ
- other interesting things
Finally, all in all, it is good to be back
ps: and i forgot the most important France 2 is back in Israel!