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Month: April 2018

Misunderstanding

Misunderstanding

No I was NEVER waiting for your death. I was NEVER wishing bad things to you I am not disappointed your are alive. I am not wishing bad things for you. I was never your enemy. I am not and I will not be. This is a misunderstanding Please stop thinking wrong things. That is totaly wrong!!! I am wishing good things for your life. Sincerely  I hope peace and happiness for you. I really pray for blessing for you…

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Been blocked

Been blocked

Are you still alive? Is it the wrong question after few days of silence in communication ? Maybe it was the wrong question.   I never mind you can be enemy What did I bad for you? My friends were right when they say Do not contact with Europeans all they are very bad people When I receive such response, I realised that something was strange or wrong. After a friendship relationships sudenly it is like my interlocutor could be…

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Basel

Basel

Located where the Swiss, French and German borders meet, Basel also has suburbs France and Germany. The Basel agglomeration was the third largest in Switzerland with a population of 537 000 The city is known for its many internationally renowned museums, ranging from the Art Museam Kunstmuseaum. Basel has often been the site of peace negotiations and other international meetings. The name of Basel is derived from the Roman-era toponym Basilia. The Old French form Basle was adopted into English,…

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Nothing to hide

Nothing to hide

The film tackles the question of mass surveillance and its degree of acceptance by the population summarized by the argument “I have nothing to hide”. The red thread of the documentary is a voluntary spy experiment conducted on Mister X, a young actor living in Berlin. With his agreement, the metadata of his computer and his smartphone are harvested for a month using spyware, then analyzed by researchers. This is to illustrate the fact that it is then possible to…

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Barbara Jacques Prévert in english

Barbara Jacques Prévert in english

As you can follow the news, you can hear in the worl war, bombs and you sometimes don’t understand why. It remind me a poem from Jacques Prevert and a famous vers very simple ‘Quelle connerie la guerre’  ( translated by : what a bullshit is the war). Here is the text of this poem translated in english. Remember Barbara It was raining ceaselessly on Brest that day And you were walking smiling Beaming delighted dripping Under the rain Remember…

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Mulhouse

Mulhouse

Mulhouse is situated at the corner near Germany and Switzerland. You can read Germany by car in 30 mn and Switzerland (Basel) for the same period of time. This city count 112 000 inhabitants and the metropolitan area if you add suburb you have 280 000 people. Mulhouse is famous for its museums particularly the automobile museum (Musée national de l’automobile) and the train museum (Musée du chemin de fer). The largest automobile and railway museum in the world. Mulhouse…

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Vevey

Vevey

Situated at the east of Geneva lake, Vevey should be visited. You have all. A beautiful lake, huge mountain and so many things to discover. Vevey and Montreux is really near each other.   Vevey is the place of headquater of Nestlé. the largest food company in the world and the largest company in Switzerland. The symbol of Vevey is that big fork. On this place you have Alimentarium the food museum Montreux is a city where Nicolas Gogol a…

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Can Social Media Be Saved?

Can Social Media Be Saved?

The New York Times write an interesting article about social media. Can Social Media Be Saved? We all know that social media and particularly big one, GAFAM one was bad but every people use it. If you don’t have a facebook account you cannot be connected with your friends and family. If you don’t have watsapp you are missing something. Watsapp belong to facebook. First we realised that what we see is choosen from facebook or twitter. We never or…

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