Elizabeth Gilbert : aller là où la curiosité nous mène
Dec11

Elizabeth Gilbert : aller là où la curiosité nous mène

Une entrevue qu’il fait bon écouter par ce beau matin tout blanc. Surtout, le passage où elle me convainc de ne pas attendre que la passion et l’inspiration me frappent pour créer, mais plutôt, de juste suivre ma curiosité – tout est dit!

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Le bonheur
Nov09

Le bonheur

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Portrait : JK Rowling
Oct09

Portrait : JK Rowling

Un ajout dans la liste des personnages qui m’inspirent, JK Rowling. J’ai, comme la plupart des gens, dévoré ses livres, mais surtout, ce petit documentaire est pour moi une mine d’or. À environ 41 minutes dans le vidéo, elle revisite les lieux où elle a écrit le premier tome de la série Harry Potter. Elle voyage dans le temps, nous parle d’une époque où elle s’est libérée, est devenue elle même. Une...

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Ces blogueuses qui célèbrent la vie
Oct06

Ces blogueuses qui célèbrent la vie

Oser l’aventure dans la vie et la peinture, c’est le titre de l’atelier que Mati Rose propose. Je suis admiratrice de Mati, la lisant depuis mes débuts de blogueuse (circa… 2000!). Cela dit, elle fait partie de ma liste d’inspirations, de ces gens, artistes, créateurs que j’aime regarder évoluer, autour desquels j’aime graviter. Dans son cours en ligne, de manière très humble et spontanée,...

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Inspirations : Lisa Congdon
Aug22

Inspirations : Lisa Congdon

Dans ma liste d’inspirations il y a Lisa Congdon, que j’admire pour son talent et sa persévérance. Vivant à San Francisco, elle collectionne, documente et dessine sa vie et ses voyages. L’ayant vu évoluer comme illustratrice débutante remplie de doutes, elle est aujourd’hui bien établie, et semble heureuse dans sa création : elle écrit des livres, peint, dessine pour des magazines, fait ses propres vêtements et semble vivre son...

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Garance Doré : on la veut tous comme copine
Aug19

Garance Doré : on la veut tous comme copine

Elle est tellement chaleureuse et easygoing, on la veut tous comme copine. C’est bien qu’elle aie un accent français, car sans ça, on aurait pu la croire Québécoise tellement elle était spontanée et à l’aise devant nous hier soir. Talentueuse dans tout ses rôles (illustratrice, éditrice, photographe, blogueuse) Garance Doré est allumée, réfléchie, à l’affut des technos en plus d’avoir le sens des...

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Entrevue avec Ira Glass : avoir confiance en nos envies
Jul21

Entrevue avec Ira Glass : avoir confiance en nos envies

Ce lundi j’avais besoin de revisionner cette entrevue avec Ira Glass qui nous explique pourquoi il ne faut pas laisser tomber nos projets et envies, même si notre expression n’est pas aussi précise que ce qu’on aimerait qu’elle soit : Do what you love, trust your taste. “Fait ce que tu aimes, et fait-en des tonnes. Crée toi des livrables, fait de ton mieux, même si tu n’arrives pas exactement au résultat...

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Le botaniste lettré
Jun27

Le botaniste lettré

J’embarque totalement dans ce projet. Ca serait pour moi une magnifique expérience, utile pour éduquer les gens, et en même temps, pour découvrir, apprécier et entretenir notre végétation...

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Maya Angelou on boundaries
May29

Maya Angelou on boundaries

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Xavier Dolan sur les rêves et ambitions
May25

Xavier Dolan sur les rêves et ambitions

«Une note pour les gens de mon âge, les jeunes de ma génération. Ce sont les notes des dernières années dans ce monde de fous. Malgré les gens qui s’attachent à leurs goûts et n’aiment pas ce que vous faites, restez fidèles à ce que vous êtes. Accrochons-nous à nos rêves, car nous pouvons changer le monde par nos rêves, nous pouvons faire rire les gens, les faire pleurer. Nous pouvons changer leurs idées, leurs esprits. Et en...

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Inspirations : Lily Stockman
May05

Inspirations : Lily Stockman

(photo Lily Stockman) Dans ma liste d’inspirations, il y a Lily Stockman, une artiste américaine dont j’observe le parcours depuis quelques mois. J’ai déjà parlé de son entreprise éthique de foulards imprimés en Inde, dont les profits servent à créer des cliniques de santé locales. Les foulards de Blockshop Texties sont imprimés à partir d’encres végétales, selon ses propres créations graphiques. Elle a...

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Elizabeth Gilbert and the drive to keep creating
May02

Elizabeth Gilbert and the drive to keep creating

Au-delà du rêve de la réussite, il y a l’amour de ce qu’on crée, la passion pour notre activité. Voici Elizabeth Gilbert qui, dans son allocution à TED, parle de combien son amour pour l’écriture surpasse le désir de son ego qui lui, veut à tout prix rédiger un best-seller. À...

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18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently
Mar05

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently

18 Things Highly Creative People Do Differently.

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Aline Apostolska
Nov01

Aline Apostolska

“J’écris, je crois, surtout pour témoigner et transmettre.” « Je crois que mon espace de travail en témoigne. C’est un espace ouvert, une partie de mon salon, où j’écris à mon bureau (don d’Hélène Dorion…), ou dans le canapé (cadeau de mes fils), ou dans mon lit, en silence généralement, toute la nuit ou toute la journée lorsque je suis dans une phase intensive (spontanée ou obligée parce que j’ai le plus souvent plusieurs...

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Meet Natalie Goldberg
Sep19

Meet Natalie Goldberg

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New nomads
Sep18

New nomads

I’m an expat. Moving around, feeling free AND comfortable is what i crave for. I remember being 8 years old, sitting in our little suburb bungalow, watching television (way too much of it, due to accute boredom) and thinking — “there must be a way to see the world, outside this TV screen!“. This must have been the 38 years old me, sending messages telepathic messages to the 8 years old me. 10 years later, some...

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It won’t work.
Aug22

It won’t work.

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Le réveil de Blanche-Neige
Jul21

Le réveil de Blanche-Neige

“Le monde sera sauvé par la femme occidentale” – Le Dalai Lama Cette citation a de quoi réveiller Blanche-Neige. À la question pourquoi la femme occidentale sauvera t-elle le monde, j’adore la réponse de Claire Beaumont (via Facebook) : “Nous, les femmes d’Occident, sommes parmis les seules à avoir le pouvoir ET la liberté. Non seulement avons nous le choix, mais la RESPONSABILITÉ de mettre en place...

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Le poids des rêves
Jun30

Le poids des rêves

“Tes peurs ne sont que le poids de tes rêves” Et si c’était vrai? Et si on pouvait voir nos peurs, ce qui nous bloque et nous paralyse, comme étant des rêves déguisés, des ombres floues et obscures difficiles à identifier sous le brouillard, la distance, le vide entre maintenant et le moment où l’on sera ce que l’on veut être, lorsqu’on fera ce que l’on veut faire? Cette entrée est aussi...

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Making your unknown known
Jun24

Making your unknown known

“Whether you succeed or not is irrelevant, there is no such thing. Making your unknown known is the important thing.” ― Georgia O’Keeffe

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Clarté
Jun06

Clarté

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Simone, si tu savais
Jun03

Simone, si tu savais

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L'imagination est un pouvoir que nous possédons tous
May22
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Disperser le brouillard
May21

Disperser le brouillard

Le monde a besoin de vos projets, de vos solutions, de vos inventions, de vos intentions. #lavieestfascinante lavieestfascinante.com — M-Chantale Turgeon (@emcee) May 21,...

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Your time

When you finally know who you are, honor your power, and are not the least bit concerned about what others are thinking about you, it will be Your Time. via doitgirl

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New grounds
Feb28

New grounds

‘When we want the best for each other, when we don’t want to win if it means someone else will lose, when we know that my joy is yours and your success is mine, we all get our wishes’. This should be the basis of our new economy. Via.

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Stefan Sagmeister: The power of time off
Feb14

Stefan Sagmeister: The power of time off

Stefan Sagmeister’s 20 commandements: 1. Helping other people helps me. 2. Having guts always works out for me. 3. Thinking that life will be better in the future is stupid. I have to live now. 4. Organising a charity group is surprisingly easy. 5. Being not truthful always works against me. 6. Everything I do always comes back to me. 7. Assuming is stifling. 8. Drugs feel great in the beginning and become a drag later on. 9. Over...

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Rules for being Amazing

Risk more than is required. Learn more than is normal. Be strong. Show courage. Breathe. Excel. Love. Lead. Speak you truth. Live your values. Laugh. Cry. Innovate. Simplify. Adore mystery. Release mediocrity. Aim for genius. Stay humble. Be kinder than expected. Deliver more than is needed. Exude passion. Shatter your limits. Transcend your fears. Inspire others by your bigness. Dream big but start small. Act now. Don’t stop....

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Lost in living
Nov15

Lost in living

Woman. Artist. Mom. How inspiring! Lost in living, soon to be movie.

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Journal

« Le journal naît volontiers d’un malaise qui cherche à se résoudre dans l’archivage de soi. C’est pourquoi il est souvent le refuge ou le remède des consciences inquiètes, perturbées, incertaines d’elles-mêmes. » HUBERT AQUIN, Journal 1948-1971

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Something to chew on

“…Around the age of fifty, my ideals and values began to change. Now I see great value in laziness, understood as giving up both effort and the attempt to justify my life. I have come to appreciate the teaching I have found in many religions that praises holy ignorance. And I have been discovering how to live with little consciousness…The most remarkable statement James Hillman ever made about the soul is that the soul leads us into...

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May the force be with you

Quelques trucs ici et là… – May the force be with you : Je fais partis de ceux qui auront en 2013 un agenda Moleskine édition spéciale Star Wars. Je suis une fille comme ça. – Ceux qui me connaissent savent que je m’emballe facilement, parfois même excessivement, pour les initiatives citoyennes. Cette semaine, il y a des gens de Montréal qui lancent le Alpine Review, nommé ainsi entre autre parce que...

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Freedom

“Freedom from fear is greatest freedom enjoyed by wo-mankind.” The Honorable Sir Robert Menzies, British Parliament, 1942

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The manifesto of encouragement

“Right now: There are Tibetan Buddhist monks in a temple in the Himalayas endlessly reciting mantras for the cessation of your suffering and for the flourishing of your happiness. Someone you haven’t met yet is already dreaming of adoring you. Someone is writing a book that you will read in the next two years that will change how you look at life. Nuns in the Alps are in endless vigil, praying for the Holy Spirit to alight the...

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‘Roid Week
Jul13

‘Roid Week

These are some of my pictures for Polaroid week, i’m still totally hooked to this instant pleasure...

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No accidents
Jul05

No accidents

Cleaning the garage, which have been filled up for the last 30 years, i discovered an old Polaroid Camera. Not knowing how to use it, or if it was even working, i decided to play with it, ordered films (expensive films!) and 3 weeks later, here i am, completely addicted to this new toy. Each picture is instant, and hm, expensive (a 8 pictures film is 18 Euros, that makes 2 Euros per picture!), and you have little control on how the...

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You must change your life

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AGATHA RUIZ DE LA PRADA
Jul03

AGATHA RUIZ DE LA PRADA

À voir: un documentaire sur Agatha Ruiz, une designer que j’adore et dont je possède quelques morceaux… colorés!

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Time Wastes Too Fast
Jul02

Time Wastes Too Fast

A beautiful portrait of Thomas Jefferson by Maira Kalman.

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Elizabeth Gilbert’s creative process

Merci à Marie Sterlin pour ce lien!

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Guerilla inspiration badge

My guerilla inspiration cards are now available as a free badge to add to your site. The inspiration badge is made so that you can add it to your blog, either as a blog post, or as a badge in your sidebar (as seen on this blog). The image in the widget will be updated by me once a...

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Feel or Fill
Feb23

Feel or Fill

This image must be watched in its original size to be read. I dont know what to do with this piece. I started it thinking it could be a magazine spread, and it ended up as a huge 16 x 8 inch print out. One more in the pile of my unused work, because of lack of energy and focus about how to promote my art. The piece express the way i feel about all the substitution of happiness which i see in our culture, and maybe you can feel how...

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Join me in the QQ challenge
Feb17

Join me in the QQ challenge

I found this Quality vs Quantity helper on Caterina.net, and judging by the amount of people who faved it on flickr, i am not the only one in serious need of guidance to reinvent the meaning of productivity (can one be productive by working just some hours each day?). As always, these rules look rather simple to follow, but i would like to team up with you and try to really live by these rules for 7 consecutive days – would you...

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Elizabeth Gilbert at TED

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Art

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Think rather than run, by Lila Rogers

At Creacamp last saturday we had this discussion about art and money, wondering how it is possible for creative folks to earn a good living doing what we love. One of the necessary elements named where Examples. Examples of people who make it well, examples of people who choose not let the outside world – and by outside world i mean the part of the society that is sleeping high on media, entertainment, pills and fear, not able...

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Desire
Sep17

Desire

desire: first in line, originally uploaded by hanne:: Flickr find of the day!

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ungtbold

Inspiration in my rss feed makes me happy: blog find of the week, from Copenhage

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Love your life
Sep11

Love your life

birthday card, originally uploaded by sarah ahearn. Today’s flickr...

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Ordinary sparkling moments
Sep10

Ordinary sparkling moments

Christine‘s book was waiting for me at the post office today, an unexpected surprise since i had no hope to receive the book before some more weeks – damn the slow US-Canada post service – but there it was, handled to me as saying C’mon, take me home! Well, the book is a beautiful piece that made my heart sing – I felt so happy to hold in my hands this precious work of her. As a loyal reader of...

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Sark’s blog

a new book, and a new blog!

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Dealing with ideas

Overwhelmed with ideas, me and chris often struggle with this topic. So much could be done, only, we are only 2 heads, and 4 hands. Which idea is good to keep, which ones are not? A pretty good conversation topic, if you feel like sharing a coffee with a stranger. I’m sure everyone has something to say on the subject. Some interesting tips are give over here (link found via guylaine) : 1. Creative destruction. Create a weekly or...

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Go Backpacking

Yesterday I discovered the Round the World blog by Dave, which is very inspiring. He is writing nearly every single day… currently from India. I like his reflections on life and traveling. And he offers very useful information on how to plan a trip carefully, no matter if you will travel for 1 month or for several years.

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Kind bloggers

a crowd of people blogging in honesty, with the goal to inspire, share thoughts, wisdom and help empower others – add the badge if this sounds exactly like you!

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Telecrafting
Apr28

Telecrafting

Ponoko is an interesting new site that offers to make objects from your design.  It’s also a market where you can sell either your design or the stuff you have made there. “Armed with nothing more than an idea, professional and hobbiest designers, crafters, hackers and artists can turn their ideas into real products – and new revenue streams – using our web commerce and digital make-on-demand services. No...

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Eat Pray Love
Apr24

Eat Pray Love

I’ve been compulsively ordering books last week, one of them being this sparkling jewel, blessed with light and wisdom. Truth is, i only buy compulsively when i feel a lack of something in my life, see excitement and adventure. Well, this book does exactly provides both. I am amazed at the power of one’s story to shine light over someone else’s life. As many others, i’ve made friend with this book, it should...

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The thing one needs most

  “I was a producer of materiality and I am ashamed of this fact. Everything I designed was unnecessary. I will definitely give up in two years’ time. I want to do something else, but I don’t know what yet. I want to find a new way of expressing myself …design is a dreadful form of expression…. In future there will be no more designers. The designers of the future will be the personal coach, the gym trainer, the diet consultant.”...

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People’s stories
Apr05

People’s stories

StoryCorps is an organization which is dedicated to recording people’s life stories and memories. Since October 2003 they are installing StoryBooths in public spaces where people can record their own stories in a silent place. StoryCorps is an independent nonprofit project whose mission is to honor and celebrate one another’s lives through listening. Follow our facilitators as they collect stories across the country. I...

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Authenticity, by Moop bags

Inspiring interview with the creator of Moop bags on Etsy: “… shopping on Etsy is about celebrating handmade and supporting those who have taken the time to honor their skills and invest in themselves. There’s an authenticity that you find in many shops on...

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Power women

“… women in low- and middle-income nations were found to be more than twice as likely to be involved in early-stage business start-ups as those in high-income nations” Why this? Are these women better than us at leaving their comfort zone, at handling risk and insecurity? “In Russia, women were involved in 39.9 percent of all early-stage entrepreneurial activity, while in the Philippines they were involved in...

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This week’s poll

is about multi-tasking – how do you manage it to drive your creative life with the right amount of creativity and focus? Let us know!

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Ring House
Mar24

Ring House

Happy monday to you! Since dreaming is free, i thought we could afford to show you some images of the Ring House – a truly wonderful gem among trees, located at Karuwisawa, Nagano...

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Inspiration benevolence
Mar20

Inspiration benevolence

There is a silent revolution going on, a guerilla of creatives, leaving their footprints around. Goodness is spreading, slowly, but surely – and we each can be a part of it, but only by taking action, even the smallest one. The picture above is from Natalija’s flower gifting – yes, gifting. Walking around and leaving flowers for strangers to discover, on the wiper of their car, at the feet of their door. Botanical...

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Henry Miller
Mar19

Henry Miller

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Being as you are, in the business world

In my spring reading list i talked about the book The boss of you. I have just found out that the authors have a blog to support the book, with resources for women trying to find their own way in creating a business, in the traditional business world which is often gray and dull. I could easily relate to the post called Networking for Nonconformists, or how to stand out when you just dont fit in: “When we started our business,...

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Unfold
Mar18

Unfold

Inspiration of the day, by Sabrina Ward Harrison, posted by Christine Castro, see the original here!

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Keri Smith interview
Mar14

Keri Smith interview

Before leaving for the weekend, take some time to read an interview with Keri Smith. It could also be a good sunday morning read. Have a great weekend! “How do you know what you should work on?” to which I would answer, “What makes you feel giddy and excited and a little tense?” That is what you should dive...

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Keeping a diary supports personal development
Mar12

Keeping a diary supports personal development

Sometimes people translate the daily stuff in words that affect us profoundly. I am keeping a diary since i’m a kid, writing mostly everyday – the good, the bad, and everything in between. Expressing silently my biggest fears and dreams is something now part of my daily routine, like a silent meditation, because i know for myself that the ability to put words on what happens inside me brings a level of clarity which...

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Wednesday Inspire
Mar05

Wednesday Inspire

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Le Slow Design
Feb04

Le Slow Design

J’ajoute cette semaine le manifeste du Slow Design aux manifestes présentés sur Vu d’ici. Guylaine en a parlé ce week-end, et je crois qu’il sera des plus inspirant pour vous tous de découvrir quelles sont les principales notions qui caractérisent le Slow Design. À garder tout près! Slow design sur Treehugger: (…) Slow Design, much like its gastronomic...

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Steve Jobs

3 intense and authentic short stories about and by Steve Jobs, almost nothing about Apple: “You can’t connect the dots looking forward, you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future. You have to trust in something, your god, destiny, life, karma, or whatever. Because believing that the dots will connect down the road, will give you the confidence to...

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The science of enjoying life

“Amidst all the attention given to the sciences as to how they can lead to the cure of all diseases and daily problems of mankind, I believe that the biggest breakthrough will be the realization that the arts, which are conventionally considered “useless,” will be recognized as the whole reason why we ever try to live longer or live more prosperously. The arts are the science of enjoying life.” John...

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Shirley MacLaine

“We are revolving around religions instead of revolving around expanding our own consciousness.” Shirley MacLaine in a interview with Whitley Strieber.

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Opening
Oct25

Opening

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We should be keeping people out of stores but we all have to work with business

Guylaine pointe vers cette édition du Iconeye qui rassemble les manifestes de quelques personnalités influentes du monde du design : Peter Saville, Rem Koolhaas, Bruce Mau, John Maeda, Stefan Sagmeister. Le premier manifeste est de Peter Saville, qui porte un regard pessimiste et critique sur les fondements du monde du design, et qui à mes yeux a su mettre des mots sur le flou et le sentiment grandissant de...

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David Lynch
Jun07

David Lynch

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Slowing down
May15

Slowing down

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How to be creative
Jun25

How to be creative

How to be creative, a manifesto by Hugh MacLeod. Download the manifesto here. Found on Guylaine’s blog.

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Opportunity

The greatest opportunities occur far sooner than most people are ready to notice them. (…) Some of the fun in life and business is to be at the leading edge – on the curve instead of behind the curve. — Realize that by the time you can fully explain, describe, or articulate something, most the opportunity has already passed — The idea is to be flexible and fast on your feet, eager to play in newly dawning...

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Shaun McNiff

Creative expression requires an ability to work with feelings and channel them. Frustration, dissatisfaction, and even a sense of desperation may help you access an eloquence you never knew existed. Shaun McNiff.

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Anaïs Nin

There came a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud was more painful than the risk it took to blossom. Anaïs Nin.

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défricher

Pour frayer un sentier nouveau, il faut être capable de s’égarer. (To clear a new path, it is necessary to be able to be mislaid.) Jean Rostand (via guylaine)

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Holidays blogging

I must admit, the content of this blog is quite different from what it is during the rest of the year. I am on holidays, I am rested, at peace, out of this buzy-ness but still full of ideas and fire burning inside. Filling my head with words i love to read, authors that inspire me. ‘Our lives are at once ordinary and mythical. We live and die, age beautifully or full or wrinkles. We wake in the morning, buy yellow cheese, and...

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Expand

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.” Anaïs Nin

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Ordinary

“We must remember that everything is ordinary and extraordinary. It is our mind that open or close.” Writing Down the Bones: Freeing the Writer Within, by Natalie Goldberg.

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Trust

‘Love it all. The fear, the excitement, the guilt. The power for change, the unworthiness, the hunt, feelings, the euphoric feelings, the anger, the movement, the whole process, it’s know as life.’ Unknown. From ‘The true and the Questions’ by Sabrina W. Harrison.

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Next. Et maintenant.

In sociology, counterculture is a term used to describe a cultural group whose values and norms are at odds with those of the social mainstream, a cultural equivalent of a political opposition. In casual practice, the term came to prominence in the general press as it was used to refer to the youth rebellion that swept North America and Western Europe in the 1960s and early 1970s. Earlier countercultural milieus in 19th century Europe...

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Massive Change

“The future of global design is fundamentally collaborative. In this condition there is no room for censorship.” – Massive Change More on meïdia’s blog.

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Attar (Farid al-Din)

Reste devant la porte si tu veux qu’on te l’ouvre. Ne quitte pas la voie si tu veux qu’on te guide. Rien n’est fermé jamais, sinon à tes propres yeux. Attar (Farid al-Din) et je le répéte on-a-on : Rien n’est fermé jamais, sinon à tes propres yeux. Just ask for watcha want and believe you can have it. Aide toi et le ciel t’aidera. Je sais plus comment l’écrire, mais on a tous autour de nous de...

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Mark Twain

Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.

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Lululemon manifesto

‘Caus i like manifestos… Write down your short and long term GOALS four times a year. 2 personal, 2 business and one health goal. A class study at Yale found only 3 percent of the students had written goals. 20 years later, the same 3 percent were wealthier than the other 97% combined.

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Quote day.

‘I think that maybe inside any business, there is someone slowly going crazy’ – Joseph Heller, Something Happened. It might be me. So much ideas, so much will, so much i need to do. So less time, and just one head and two hands.

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The Seed Manifesto

‘think i’ve posted it a while ago. This manifesto is printed and is laying over my desk since months. Just thought i should share it over here. * THE SEED MANIFESTO.

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10 Things I Have Learned

Reading his entry remembered me of this quite inspiring manifesto by Milton Glaser i posted about years ago but totally forgot.

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Life Manifesto

All this stuff around podcasting inspired me – raising questions that are basically relating to me, my life and the way i choose to take on things. I do claim the right to be wrong – take the wrong decision, choose the wrong path, to make spelling mistakes, to balble, dable, eeeee and aaaaaaa, stumble on words ‘caus my english is not perfect. Neither are my writing skills. Neither am i. But whatever it is that i feel...

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Morni’n

I’ve wrote here before about times when i am getting confused – sickness often follow with the confusedness i am in – about decisions i have to make or directions i have to take. The easiest is often to just open a book, and read. Here’s for this morning: ‘Ideas are like seeds; when they fist come up you often don’t know what they’re going to grow into. Just keep following your joyful...

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Alex Lauzon – redux

“L’Internet, c’est quand même pas si pire… Y’a pleins de films à télécharger gratuitement.”

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Imaginer

“Imaginer, c’est choisir.” Jean Giono “Imaginer, c’est hausser le réel d’un ton.” Gaston Bachelard (merci à g!)

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Alex Lauzon

‘√áa marche pas l’Internet. c’est de la fabulation. Vive les charettes pis les lampes à huile. √áa c’est fiable.’ A. Lauzon

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D. Engelbart

“What if we used computers to think and communicate with?” Douglas Engelbart, 1963

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