Their love, their hate, their jealousy, have perished long since, and they will never have any further part in what goes on under the sun.

My 2010 list

following the last two year’s tradition, here is a list of things I did for the first time in my life, during 2010. Enjoy!

1) was a paranymph at my fiance’s doctoral defense at VU Amsterdam.
2) witnessed a full ceremony doctoral defense at Vrije Universiteit
3) was asked and got the ring on the Zeedijk bridge in Amsterdam
4) locked the love lock on the Hohenzollern bridge in Cologne  Continue Reading →

Laws of physics and beloved spinning particles…

To me, the most obvious sign that God exists is the fact that all this immense universe is obeying the same laws. Over and over again. I mean, a physics law is something that only has meaning in a mind. Otherwise it is just plain jabberish, yet all planets, all single objects (that do not possess a mind to understand the law) respect the same laws to an infinite manner. So there must be a Continue Reading →

10 years of YMessenger and friends

I don’t know about you, but I have Ymess since 1998. So that makes approximately 10 years … OMG, until I wrote these words, I did not even realize so much time passed by …

Continue Reading →

El Camino del Rey

Haven’t got the time to write my ideas lately, but could not help to share this incredible movie. Continue Reading →

200 things to be proud, or not, of doing

It’s a nice list of things I’ve found on Alina’s blog couple of weekes ago. Got a little time now, so here it is my list. The bold ones are already done, the italic ones are next in line…

01) Bought everyone in the pub a drink
02) Swam with wild dolphins
03) Climbed a mountain Continue Reading →

Tomorrow, here I come!

Today it marks the end of a long relationship. It’s been five years, one master’s degree, two love stories, two business awards, three art exhibitions, five locations, four teams I’ve worked with, two management styles, 5 bright minds I am glad I’ve met and made my friends.

It was one hell of a job :) , but now it’s my time to move on.

And I love my future.

P.S. Remember the time?

Isn’t it true? Why did it take me so long to figure it out?

Today I have learnt one very good lesson in life: if I happen to have an insight on my own near future, and I don’t like what I see, than… instead of accepting the despair :) , I can actually change my future!

It didn’t occur to me to this day that this is why we all have insights :) so that we can actually do something with them… doh!

Of course I applied this rule on various times in my personal history, but I rarely used it in very important decision I took. I usually made major decisions by accommodating myself to the environment, never by trying to abruptly change the environment. If I eventually changed it, it was after a very long while, and by almost invisible steps… Today I learnt that I don’t need to wait for so long to make a change for myself.

illustration by EBEN

Bubble trouble puzzle

How do you make both bubbles be in the middle part? :) for £24.99 you get a chance to try it out! More games here. The graphics are neat as well. Nice puzzle

Japanese ministry workers fired for updating Wikipedia at work

heheeee… now that’s an example for collaborative society. Japanese state employees working for the greater good of humanity, namely uploading information on the wikipedia. Information that is relevant and vital … for the Gundam animated series :)

The entire BBC news goes here.


Hello world!

A thing that you see in my pictures is that I was not afraid to fall in love with these people.
Annie Leibovitz

I do believe, like Annie Leibovitz, that falling in love with what you do is the key to create good shit. So please, feel free to linger on this Romanian blog on interactivity and art and subsequently, internet business. You’ll find here news about the industry, serious research in this domain, info on artists that use interactivity in their art and all sorts of things that I love about art.

See ya soon!