Author Archives: Carole (code name 烤肉)

About Carole (code name 烤肉)

I work in tech since 2008, moved from Reunion island to Paris, Beijing, San Francisco and ended up in Berlin in 2014.

Transparency, Tolerance and Facebook – Open letter to Mark Zuckerberg

Next week I will attend Techcrunch Disrupt SF where Mark Zuckerberg will have a fireside talk and I am really excited.I am a huge fan of Mark Zuckerberg. I read the Facebook Connect, the article about him in Time, watched several of his talks (inc… Continue reading

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Your most precious connections and changing world

I haven’t write for a long time but thought I’ll share part of an email I wrote today: I woke up this morning at 7am, like it rarely happen but when it happen it is usually when I have something on my mind that try to raise from subconscious to co… Continue reading

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My interview about start-up ecosystem in China – growVC podcast

I have been lucky enough to be interviewed on growVC podcast (podcast about global entrepreneurship and start-ups crowdsourcing).Was pretty nervous because I have a hard time to position myself as an expert in anything, but I shared my experience … Continue reading

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About grassrootsly.com

http://www.grassrootsly.com It is my start-up, I launched the website 2 weeks ago but thought about the idea about 2 years ago (it evolved a lot since).Pitch: grassrootsly is a solution to connect Brands to offline local communities. ex: Your are … Continue reading

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Is it right to make money from ignorance? AKA. how it took me 4h to set up my free email account from my domain…

I finally got myself a website (www.grassrootsly.com), decided to use weebly which is a great website design and hosting platform for non developers. There is a small learning curve but all in all very easy to use. For the more advance ideas of my… Continue reading

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Looking up and seeing the star

I know it can feel safe to have a roof above your head, but I prefer to look up and see the infinity of possibilities, feeling free and seeing the stars… I am an entrepreneur. Continue reading

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The Walking Depressed aka. Creative Mind stuck in a World of Conformity

I always thought that Entrepreneurs were people more sensitive than average, because you have to be idealistic, you have to keep faith that the world deserve to be better to keep fighting everyday when you could choose to have a easy life (metro/b… Continue reading

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Life is about coping with loneliness, building Connections. Not about Love.

What makes “people” happy? I understand a long time ago that life is not about fame or money. I read delivering happiness and it clearified it for me even more. I had this kind of discussions way too often already with young entrepreneurs or inves… Continue reading

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a framework to understand loves and Love

About “True love”. My friend Hahns once told me there was no such thing as fake and true love their is just love and it is unconditional. It makes sense. There is no fake love, just love. About the unconditional thing i wonder, if a mother loves h… Continue reading

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I’m Still Here – Joaquin Phoenix Using His Life to make a Study Case

I watched I’m Still Here this week, it was quite random, just found it at my place, dont remember buying it, maybe a AIrBnB guest left it. I love Joaquin Phoenix since The Village – the most beautiful love story ever. So watched it and was quite u… Continue reading

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