Unless you are a politician, a singer, or another kind of noisy salesperson, there is just no need to talk when you have nothing to say, especially Monday morning.
More about (tw)it, in French (but with world-class pictures net-land-arted in the cloud, and global multimedia from the web) http://renaudfavier.com/2014/03/04/euuuhhhh-vos-g-sil-vous-plait/
Renaud Favier – March 10, 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English
More about it all (and the rest), without any boring mushroom pizza, lukewarm jokes, or meaningless selfies (in French, but with pictures and music for people with a clicking tool) : http://renaudfavier.com/2014/03/05/375-000-visites-pour-le-blog-cafe-du-matin-a-paris-sans-photo-de-buisson-aux-toilettes-ni-autres-pornolitiqueries/
How could Andy Warhol foresee it all without Twitter, Google and WhatsApp ?
How could one have a glimpse at world’s truth (& future) as Warhol, nowadays ?
Maybe reading in coffee (better e-coffee, like “Café du Matin à Paris“) could help.
Renaud Favier – March, 5 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English
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From Pretoria to Hollywood, Oscars are disappointing, these days. Not just because cheap pizzas are less distinguished than French “Champagne and petits fours”, or due to Botox overdoses and disastrous haircuts. But some stars lack glamour.
More about Oscars in 2014(in French, but with pictures and multimedia links) http://renaudfavier.com/2014/03/03/oscar-vous-avez-dit-oscar/
Renaud Favier – March, 3 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English
Some talk …
Some don’t talk
Who knows ?
More about talks over Ukraine (in French) http://renaudfavier.com/2014/03/02/the-voice-s-sur-lukraine/
Renaud Favier – March, 2 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English
First Sunday of March is GrandMa’s Day, like it/them or not. Don’t forget to send your GrandMas a mail, flowers, and chocolate, at least. And give her/them a phone call, pay a visit, and/or bring your kids before they are too big for the car.
More about it (in French) : http://renaudfavier.com/2014/03/01/ne-pas-oublier-la-fete-des-grand-meres-dimanche/
Renaud Favier – March, 1st 2014 – Facebook Compétitivité – LinkedIn – English