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I've always loved photography, but I never found the time to look into it more closely. It's one thing to take "amateur" pictures, it's another thing to understand, at a technical level, what photography actually means. 2018 was the year I decided to follow this passion of mine. I received a wonderful camera for my birthday (what better opportunity?!?) and I enrolled in a basic photography course. Choosing the right camera was the first step towards the fabulous world of amateur photography,...

January has gone by and I must confess that 2019 began in great style. Indeed, because there's no better way to start the new year than being a little sick, in a crisis, realizing that it's an excellent time to suffer a crisis, to feel bad again, to fall, to rise up and remember to collect something to carry around. Now, after the storm has passed and I see the sky on the horizon, I can say that January was the month of awareness. And that's why I thank it. Awareness of the fact that regardl...

I’d already made up my mind to do a scuba diving course before I even set off for South-East Asia. It was something I’d been thinking about for some time and then there I was, with the chance to go to Koh Tao: this Thai island is the perfect place for scuba diving and each year as many people become certified divers here as in the whole of Australia! The Open Water Diver Course is the first level of the internationally-recognized Professional Association of Diving Instructors – PADI –...

KOH TAO, THE TURTLE ISLAND Koh Tao – or Turtle Island – is a favorite with scuba divers and the ideal place to go on any kind of diving course at very reasonable prices. 48 diving schools in 2012 (today probably more), all lined up next to each other, mostly at Mea Haad; insistent taxi-drivers at almost every road intersection and numerous eating places. That’s the first impression you get of Koh Tao, a place like many others in Thailand. But look a bit closer and you’ll find an island...

ROUTE 66 MISSOURI: FROM ST. LOUIS TO CARTHAGE Traveling time: roughly 5 hours, easily spread out in two days. THE ROUTE, THE STOPS, THE ATTRACTIONS Here are the Route 66 Missouri stops that I visited and would recommend. St. Louis: - it's worth stopping on the Illinois-Missouri border at the Chain of Rocks Bridge (Riverview Dr, St. Louis), the bridge that crosses the Mississippi River which features a 22 degree bend. It was built between 1887 and 1894 and today the bridge is closed to t...

Insta360 ONE is a small video camera capable of shooting at 360 degrees and instantly turning your iPhone or iPad into a cutting-edge tool for shooting, sharing and streaming live. The first home “Action Camera”; Insta360 for the consumer world (not professionals), this summer attracted my attention and here I am talking to you about it. The camera can be used in three modes: - With its selfie stick - With its tripod - Connecting it to your iPhone Lightning port and accessing the Insta3...

WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO INNOVATE TODAY? At times, it just means changing one's point of view. Realizing that there are tools and methodologies that we ignore, yet which we can make our own. What does it mean to innovate for a company? Sometimes it just means changing a point of view, while other times it represents a revolution, a transformation of processes and people. WHAT DOES IT MEAN TO INNOVATE A B2B COMPANY? It means changing a point of view. Yet also transforming processes. And changi...

ROUTE 66 ILLINOIS: FROM CHICAGO TO ST. LOUIS (MISSOURI) Traveling time: about 6 and a half hours, easily done in two days. THE ROUTE, THE STOPS AND THE ATTRACTIONS Departure in the morning from Chicago from the Route 66 start sign to number 77 on Adam Street. Here are the places I stopped over on Route 66 Illinois and highly reccommend: Joliet (roughly 1 hour): stop at Dick's on 66 (911 N Broadway St, Joliet) to have a snoop around, you can actually see some real cars on the roof of Dic...

RECOGNIZING ROUTE 66 TODAY Today Route 66 exists, but only in certain parts, and often runs parallel to the highway that replaced it. This means that, before you travel through what's left of this beautiful road, it's worth studying what is now the Historic Route 66. The five highways between Chicago and Los Angeles that replaced it are: the I-55 forms the stretch between Chicago and St. Louis; the I-44 from St. Louis to Oklahoma City; the I-40 covers the longest stretch, taking the 66's ...

Route 66 is the road of the American dream, the Mother Road, or rather "the mother of all roads", as defined in 1940 by John Steinbeck in his novel 'The Grapes of Wrath". Taking it from start to finish is definitely a unique experience in its genre: a journey through time, through breathtaking landscapes and endless roads. Ghost towns, old gas stations turned into museums, dusty trading posts, drive-ins that are still open and quaint diners are some of the past testimonials that will accompany...

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