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No more Love Locks in Paris #LoveWithoutLocks

The city of Paris faced a delicate problem; each year hundreds of thousands of loving tourists couples showed their love by putting up a padlock (love locks) on one of the many bridges crossing the Seine river. Thousands and thousands of locks are heavy, and they eventually made the bridge fences collapse. Bridges like Pont […]

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Getting ready for Social media World Forum Europe, 27-28 March in London

The for me must attend Social Media conference, SMWF, is coming to Europe and London this March 27-28th. Obviously the speaker list is impressive as always with line-ups such as Scott Monty (Ford Motors), Chris Brogan (Human Business Works), Omid Astari (Foursquare) and the list goes on. The 2-day conference is divided into 6 tracks […]

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“Joakim Nilsson talks about his future career with Juventus TV”

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The Dolce&Gabbana Facebook photo booth in Paris

Everyday when walking home from my work at Mangas Gaming in Paris I pass the Avenue Marceau where all the fashion brands, such as Dolce & Gabbana, has their flagship stores. While some tourists takes photos of themselves with the Eiffel tower, some are just dying to take a photo with these stores in the […]

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HOW TO: Find an apartment in Paris

So you’re relocating to Paris, France, for one or an other reason and need a flat to rent. Welcome, your not alone, I’m going through the process of finding a flat as of writing this. The past week I’ve gained some really helpful tips I would like to share. First, mind that English is not […]

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Att: Ryanair CEO, Michael O´Leary, re charging your passengers for toilette visits

Today you announced that 168 aircaft will be equipped with coin toilettes. Great. What could your passengers expect next? Rental of life-vest in case of the unlikely event of an accident? Click for larger image.

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Social media is not working for you? READ THIS!

I spent some time at airports this week, and as the coffee lover I am, I need my hourly dose of caffeine. My first stop was in Kastrup at Copenhagen airport. having check-in I headed to the first coffee bar which happend to be Caffé RITAZZA. Caffé RITAZZA It’s not visible in the image below […]

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You’re new in town, how do you chose your restaurant?

The tripadvisor iPhone app is a must have when new in town looking for a good place to eat. It’s not in the app, the technology, but all the authentic reviews of restaurants it covers. I’m being swamped by signs, commercials screaming for my attention to chose their place. But I will do my home […]

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What the Golden Tulip Champs Elysees can learn from tripadvisor

Well, it’s not what the Golden Tulip Champs Elysees hotel in Paris actually can learn from tripadvisor it self, but from it customers who stayed at their hotel and later posted their angry and disappointed comments. I’m one of them. This is about the need to listen to your customers and prospects, and finding out how you […]

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