Tagged: projects


NextMontréal, c’est parti

Depuis 7h ce matin NextMontréal est en ligne. Nouveau projet au sein duquel je serai impliqué en tant qu’éditeur en chef. Vous pouvez aller voir mon entrée Bienvenue sur NextMontréal qui explique mon choix et parle du mélange anglais/français. Profitez-en aussi pour regarder mon entrée sur notre usage de Twitter, c’est une petite partie de […]

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NextMontréal

Je fait maintenant parti d’un nouveau projet, j’y collaborerai avec Ben, Phil et Sylvain. C’est un nouveau blogue techno qui vise à regrouper et donner plus de visibilité aux communautés Montréalaises oeuvrant au sein des startups techno. Notre “focus” de base est dans les domaines du web et du mobile mais nous couvrirons aussi l’industrie […]

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i.never.nu 10.0

I’m not 100% sure, I’d have to look through archived files but I believe this new look is the 10th design of i.never.nu. Not bad for a seven and a half year history. With this new theme I’m going kind of halfway to the art directed blog posts trend. Proponents of that trend art direct […]

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À qui le tour?

La plupart de mes lecteurs sont certainement au courant que c’est moi qui s’occupe de Yulblog, la plus ancienne rencontre de bloggeurs au monde. J’ai pris les rênes du groupe en novembre 2003 (officialisé début 2004) en relève à Bill qui avait elle-même pris la relève d’Ed en 2002. En novembre prochain j’en serais donc […]

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Berlin and Our Apartment

So a lot of my readers whom I know in person or through Twitter already know this but lets make it more “official” through the blog: April 1st through June 22nd we (not the royal we, myself and my lovely girlfriend) will be based in Berlin. We’ll be spending a lot of time there since […]

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In The Meantime

I plan on writing a bit more about how I plan on having a good year and getting more done while having more fun, haven’t gotten around to it yet though but in the mean time, this is the gist of it :

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New Taste

So after launching Ceboça a little while ago and then a redesign for this site, now comes the redesign of my portfolio site for Taste of Blue. Like the design before it, it’s a super simple look with just a short description of services, an about “us” and a few recent projects. I’m filling in […]

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Color Change

Quick note. I flipped the color schemes so by default you now get green and you can chose to go orange. I hadn’t gotten any comments on the green theme initially, any comments now?

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It’s Orange!!!!

As you can see, after more than a year I’ve finally redesigned this here blog. It’s a kind of retro-y thing and I like it. I’m sure a few won’t like the color scheme though, especially for reading long posts so you’ll see that just below the left navigation there is a “I don’t like […]

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C’est beau ça!

Finally launching one of my procrastination projects today. For the last few months I’ve been blogging photos and illustrations at céboça, I kept delaying the launch, hoping to redesign i.never.nu at the same time, wanting to come up with a new bio, etc., etc. Always something coming in the way or some new way to […]

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Bunsen Burner Fund

Re-posted comment I wrote on this post by Daniel. —— The obvious answer, and what the people I see talking about a lifestyle biz the most often (37 Signals) would be to do it with your own money, that you don’t need investment money to build something. The more interesting answer of course is that […]

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Station C dans La Presse

Dans les derniers jours Station C a été discuté dans La Presse et la Cyberpresse.

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And… We’re Open

That’s right, after months of preparation and years (!!) of talking about it, Montréal’s first coworking space is open. I’m writing this from my desk at Station C, looking out to what I think is a beautifully prepared space with 16 workspaces (10 are ready, other 6 next weekend), a kitchen, a lounge and 2 […]

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2008, Year of The Launch

Sadly (for me), Heri and the commenters already somewhat covered that before I could but it remains my big outlook for 2007; we’ll be seeing a lot of launches. After 2006 where we wondered why not much was happening in Montréal, 2007 where we started getting cooking, projects forming left and right, we’ll be seeing […]

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Station C in The Gazette

Station C is in the Gazette today, page B3 with a picture and everything. I think I have to review how I open up and/or present things better though, not quite how I wanted to put it Seems I’m an ass and it’s fine. (Station C online in The Gazette)

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