When people visited me while I lived in Hong Kong the thing that suprised them most was the beautiful nature in close proximity to the city centre. If you like hong kong, nature and are into timelapses, this is a beautiful video to watch!
Love the hustle and bustle of highly populated cities!
This weekend I’ve experience the evolution of phone calls… Whatsapp calling. Although I’ve placed numerous VoIP calls (Skype, SIP etc) before, I believe Whatsapp is changing the game dramatically. With over 800 million users as of this month, no additional installs and a feature that just works it’s a matter of [...]
Yesterday TNW posted a video of their TNW Conference of 2012 of Phil Libin. Nice talk with an interesting insight on the three business models of the various ages: Industrial age > perceived value decreases over time > transactional revenue model Information age > perceived value remains constant over time > subscription / [...]
We did it again! After months of screening and selecting the best of the best and an intense couple of days, together with our 150+ mentor pool, we selected the 11 best high tech startups of the world for the second program of Startupbootcamp HighTechXL. The feedback from the selected startups today ranged from “absolutely amazing [...]
Today we organized the third pitch day for the season for the second Startupbootcamp HighTechXL selection period. 6 Amazing teams joined us and the atmosphere was positive, full of energy and a few nerves…. pitching takes a bit of courage. I had table sessions with 4 teams. A few observations: Focus brings a clear story. Find your [...]
“Waking up to who you are requires letting go of who you imagine yourself to be.” – Alan Watts
I’ve been thinking about happiness a lot lately. Everybody is looking for the ‘secret’ to happiness. There is no secret and there is no single answer. So everyone needs to find it’s own road to happiness. Choice and happiness In general we believe that the more choice, the more freedom we have. But choice also has [...]
“The difference between successful people and very successful people is that very successful people say “no” to almost everything.” – Warren Buffet