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Luc Debaisieux
Brussels, Belgium.
Interests: learning the journey of ideas from brain(s) to reality - connecting ideas and being able to shape, re-shape, fine tune, develop and produce them, thanks to a network of passionate people. - point out existing ideas… to help you feed your own.
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Again, Stefan, congratulations for bringing all this into reality. Your app is lots of fun for kids and bigger monsters... like us. O ) Thank you and please keep doing fantastic things like that!
Toggle Commented Oct 30, 2013 on THE DAILY MONSTER APP at THE DAILY MONSTER
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Thanks Stronghead... I'm thinking about it. Time will tell! Totally agree on quality VS quantity. : )
Toggle Commented May 1, 2012 on Back soon... into the blogging waters? at mindblob
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@Krishna : The pleasure is all mine. This has been posted years ago and it is nice to see it still has the ability to make someone happy! - Best wishes for 2012!
Toggle Commented Dec 28, 2011 on Blog-to-Show - Share & Listen at mindblob
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Hey Rishi, thanks for your comment. O ) You're right, there are indeed people willing to learn and that is encouraging. - How is social media in Singapore?
Toggle Commented Oct 28, 2011 on Back soon... into the blogging waters? at mindblob
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Thanks for your comment, Gavin. One reader like you is more than enough to boost the Blob! O)
Toggle Commented Sep 19, 2011 on Back soon... into the blogging waters? at mindblob
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Thanks for your comment, Umberto. You're right it's all about sharing and learning. : )
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Oct 24, 2010
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Aug 5, 2010
Sean, Brilliant presentation! I like the integration of the context and of values. Thanks for sharing.
Toggle Commented Jun 11, 2010 on Design for Participation at CrapHammer
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Hey Gavin, You have to come see this one day. It's every year in August. Miss you too!
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Apr 30, 2010
Paul, Thanks for sharing these musical gems. I like when marketeers jump a little bit outside marketing. Not only the brains need to be fed... and it feels good and insightful.
Toggle Commented Apr 12, 2010 on Stuff I've Been Listening To at Hee-Haw Marketing
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"The important thing to think about is not what the technology is doing, but which behaviors are these technologies enabling?" Right on Gavin, this is exactly where our thinking should be. Basically the gems are below the surface and shine only "if" people decide to make something out of it. Technology is not what we should focus on. Human behavior is. See this film / idea around Chatroulette, bringing yet another interesting perspective.
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Luc Debaisieux is now following The Typepad Team
Mar 15, 2010
Mama miaaaaa ! ! ! ; )
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2010 on Shonky’s Sound Racer V8 at Servant of Chaos
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ROFL ! ! ! Fabulous... they should make the same for mopeds with sound of Ducati Monster or Buell 1125CR. ; )
Toggle Commented Feb 16, 2010 on Shonky’s Sound Racer V8 at Servant of Chaos
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Maryam, Never enough. Inspiration should never end. Thank you for sharing. : )
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Dec 2, 2009
Hey Stefan, Fantastic interview. Great to hear your story this way. Also want you know that your Monsters are making our days at the agency. The expo, here in our Brussels offices, looks fabulous and keeps people's eyes very busy, jumping from one wall to the other, wondering about the storie(s) of the Daily Monsters. Thank you once again. We'll be in touch. : )
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Hey Rebe, So sorry to hear about this. Sending warm thoughts your way.
Toggle Commented Dec 1, 2009 on In Honor of Madeline: "Maddie Cat" at Red's World
Gavin, you enlighten a very interesting angle I was not thinking about. As a matter of fact, I had it in mind the other way around. I was thinking about the dynamics of anticipation. If you imagined (yesterday) that big change was on its way and wake up today, right in the middle of it, maybe it's time to listen to what you could think of what tomorrow will be (in other words move from "observing" to "acting"). Sliding from intellectual anticipation to real adaptation. And this rejoins what you point out about going against our mental conditioning, eventually also education, or the way we learned what / how things "should be"... before or without that big change.
Toggle Commented Nov 24, 2009 on The Future of Work at mindblob
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Hey Bea, Thank you for your comment. : ) I like the "Lost in Transition" idea. Once the consciousness is there, it's all about choosing the right moment to jump. And of course not wait for "now" to get lost into "past".
Toggle Commented Nov 20, 2009 on The Future of Work at mindblob
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Luc Debaisieux is now following Leah Culver
Nov 18, 2009
Gavin, Thanks once again for the -O so positive- energy Drew and yourself put into this great project! Thunderbirds are GO! 5, 4, 3, 2, 1... Gooo! : )
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Stefan, Thank you SO much for your help making this happen. Our building now definitely looks extra-ordinary thanks to your Monster friends. We are continuously getting fantastic comments from our visitors. Wish you could come to see this live. O)
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