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More home

I was going to have a huge swooning session over Yann Arthus-Bertrand and how fantastic he is and about his movie HOME which turns one year old today, but then I realised I already did so more than once, like here for example. I watched HOME again earlier, along with the whole Behind the Scenes/Making […]

les masques tombent: bands without faces

There is an amazing amount of bands I respect (not to say adore), listen to on a weekly basis, and still if I bumped into them on the street I wouldn’t recognise them. My bad. I’m okay at weird musical trivia and everything, I just couldn’t tell you titles of singles and describe the respective […]

Yann Arthus-Bertrand TEDtalk

This is my second Yann Arthus-Bertrand post of the day, I guess I will have to stop at some point.. I love the way he speaks, I think he was born to become an activist. I really enjoy watching TEDtalks, sadly I very often don’t give myself any time to. I hope that’s going to […]

the Earth is our HOME

I have a slightly unhealthy obsession with a lot of things. Take, for example, Ben Gibbard, avocados, or last.fm. But also the smell of the sea, the Death is not Glamorous drummer and sending letters to strangers. Another thing I am OBSESSED with, and the degree of obsession is such that I would probably watch […]