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Clément Toulemonde
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that's awesome...  London Royal Opera streaming a full opera on YouTube.  
 
We're very excited to be streaming Don Giovanni worldwide via YouTube, as well as relaying it to BP Big Screens across the UK on 3 July

#opera   #music   #youtube  
https://www.flickr.com/photos/royaloperahouse/18491124690 Kasper Holten’s production of Mozart’s Don Giovanni, starring Christopher Maltman, will...
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Demain, l'assemblée nationale se prononcera sur le Projet de Loi relatif au Renseignement. C'est un sujet trop ignoré par les médias, dans la mesure ou c'est complexe et immatériel. 
Heureusement, Sous-surveillance.fr explique simplement les dangers de ce projet de surveillance de masse, liberticide et inefficace. Renseignez-vous et prenez action!
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Projet de loi relatif au Renseignement, loi Renseignement, Surveillance de masse des citoyens, Légalisation de pratiques illégales, Pas de contrôle des services de renseignement, French Surveillace State
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Vous avez raison, c'est une hérésie que de surveiller les faits et gestes des délinquants dans la nature . 
 Quelle hypocrisie que cette révolte de bien-pensants ! 
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Beautiful, looks so effortless... plus, the music is beautiful (Fläskkvartetten - Innocent).
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The first digital garage ever, right here, in Leeds :)
 
Introducing the Digital Garage.

We're unveiling the #DigitalGarage in Leeds, where we'll help small businesses get a digital tune up. Is your business getting the most from the web? Learn more and come and say hello → http://goo.gl/x9o9VP

#Leeds #Yorkshire
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Get 2 gigs of free storage on Drive, by doing this quick safety check-up. 
Deux gigas de stockage gratuit sur Drive en vérifiant vos paramètres de sécurité
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Interesting op ed. #JeSuisCharlie  
 
"The cartoons in Charlie Hebdo may have been graceless and intentionally provocative and not funny. Tech journalism may sometimes be unimportant and vapid and self-indulgent. But all speech plays a part in creating a civilized society, whether from Demosthenes and Bill O’Reilly, Marshall McLuhan and Lawrence Lessig, or TechCrunch and Gizmodo."

Jordan Golson shares a powerful op-ed on today's massacre in Paris.
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I could not agree more. The Nexus 5 remains one of the best smartphone out there. A good simple design, and a great price for a great quality... this needs to happen!
We all saw it. Even those of us that never experienced the greatness of the Nexus 5 felt an inexplicable pang of wistfulness when its bumpy bottom made a cameo during Google's I/O 2015 keynote...
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Is a poor internet worst than no Internet?
As a for-profit company, what Facebook is doing seems legit and makes total sense.
What is crazy here, is that big corporation are filling the internet gap, created by States that are not developing internet infrastructure as they should. This creates high risk for internet neutrality:
Wikipedia is available (thank god), but YouTube or Google Search needs a paying data plan. 
I'm not sure what are Google plans with Loon, but I would assume that Google needs the whole web to be accessible, which is not necessarily true for FB. 
On the upside, as giants like FB and Google gets bigger and more monopolistic, the expectations are changing. Let's hope that it opens us a bit more the borders...
 
Facebook, Internet.org, and Exploiting the Poor

So when the poor, who in theory can’t afford a net connection come to the Facebook Zero service confusingly called Internet.org, they’re made to believe they’re on the internet while in reality they’re only on Facebook and a few hand-picked sites.

And the sites too are picked in secret under some unknown process... Facebook chose to offer the distant-second search engine Bing instead of industry-leading Google... And then Facebook’s Zero product features a tiny job site like Babajob instead of the industry-leading Naukri... Facebook doesn’t feature YouTube—the largest video site in the world and an immense education resource —but allows its own videos in full. It doesn’t really look like charity any more, does it?

Indian journalist Nikhil Pahwa has responded... pointing out research after research that shows zero services around the world universally tend to do badly for the people who use them. It all seems to amount to economic racism—exploiting the poor in under-developed parts of the world to become your customers under the guise of some apparent charitable purpose. While offering them a shoddy, stunted version of the real thing. As Vijay Shekhar Sharma, founder of payments app PayTM, puts it: “It’s poor internet for poor people”.
It looks like India is saying "thanks, but no thanks" to Facebook and Airtel's Zero efforts.
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A good review of how French tech is having a hard time to compete, because of financial and political pressure 
  by Frederic Filloux No one should be happy with the sale of French video streaming Dailymotion to Vivendi. Not buyers, nor the the startup’s management team --and certainly not the venture capital community. (First of two articles)  DailyMotion was meant to be a YouTube competitor. The two companies were actually born almost simultaneously in 2005. Unfortunately, Dailymotion remained deeply French (even though his CEO later resettled in Califor...
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Le projet du futur campus Google
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Today we're submitting a proposal to redevelop part of our campus in North Bayshore. With our proposed plan, our campus could be more adaptable to a changing company, bring new life to the environment, save energy, and create a sense of community with bike paths and space for local businesses. Ultimately, we hope to create a space for people, nature and ideas to thrive. Learn more: http://g.co/go/y6pnk
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Magnifique ce campus, j'aime beaucoup l'idée d'inverser la tendance, au lieu de créer des points de végétation au milieu des bâtiments, on créé des bâtiments au milieu de la végétation. Écolo, naturel et l'idée de l'intérieur qui s'ouvre sur le monde extérieur c'est une vision futuriste qui me plait beaucoup.
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Another one from Snowden... Not getting better
 
Breaking news: 
A new report by The Intercept details a stunning heist made by US and UK spies that have given intelligence agencies the ability to break through the privacy of smartphone communications. An...
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I suppose it goes without saying that this security breach  also affects the european telecom market?..
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The good news is that in areas with higher density of population, pedestrians have much more room to play than in the last decades at least in europe. Interesting read...
In the 1920s, auto groups redefined who owned the city street.
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Vendor Operations Lead
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Online Visibility (SEO/SEM), Process Optimization & Vendor management
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  • Google
    Vendor Operations Lead, 2014 - present
    - Drive SMB customer acquisitions through effective business partnering and overall support of our vendor operations to meet and exceed targets. Coordinate with relevant internal Google departments and work on initiatives and projects that improve ETO operations. - Serve as onsite Google representative providing Google-specific product and tool support for our vendor partner. Act as liaison between our vendor and country B2B marketing team. - Work closely with various internal groups to understand business requirements, implement new processes, and contribute to ongoing process improvements. - Analyze and present weekly performance figures, participate in weekly updates and monthly business reviews. - Deliver induction training for new sales representatives, especially with regards to AdWords product training, campaign building and regular product and policy updates.
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    AdWords Account Strategist, 2010 - 2013
    - Provide outstanding customer service and sales support to Google's advertisers, publishers and/or users. - Manage customer inquiries by phone, e-mail and/or live chat. - Collaborate with Specialists, Engineers and Product team members on new feature development. - Implement creative ways to improve our client relationships and increase revenue by up-selling and promoting other Google products. - Provide strategic advice and help solve technical issues by working closely in a consultative role with key clients.
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    2009 - 2009
    - In charge of creating a Social Media Optimization (SMO) offer, in order to sell it to designated companies. - NetLinking Project Manager : Promotion, organization and reporting of the various netlinking partnership for customers websites. - In charge of Search Engine Optimization audits for different websites : Marketing strategy, identification of SEO restraints, optimization advices. - Optimization of AdWords campaign.
  • Europcar
    WebMarketign Assistant, 2008 - 2008
    Assist the E-business manager in the following tasks: Creation of cross border promotion for the Europcar Websites (europcar.com/es/fr/pt/...). Creation of a worldwide Google AdWords campaign Studies of competition, analyse and reporting of web campaign. Contribute to marketing operation of franchisee.
  • Pernod Ricard
    2007 - 2007
    I worked during 3 months as a Sales Representative in the retailing industry. I have accomplished several tasks such as: Visits of numerous stores, in order to check product references and availability Negotiations for crown end displays/gondola ends, to better sell our products In-store sales and animations
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    President, 2004 - 2005
    Student association editing a tourist guide for Valenciennes area. Managing a team of six students and a selling network of 250 persons. Responsibilities: manage the organization, from the conception of the guide, to its realization and sell. Negotiate with suppliers, hire and animate the student sell force and organize a selling event. Personal sells of € 18500 or 15% total. Result: € 130,000 of turnover, 20,000 guides sold. Benefit of € 9 800.
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Currently living in Leeds, UK, and working for Google EMEA; I'm using this page to share with my Family, Friends and everyone else.
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    Information Systems, 2006 - 2010
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This small café serves great food, I would definitely recommend the specials of the day: soup is amazing, steak was great. I was pass on desert which is OK as the starters and mains are really nice. Service is nice and efficient, and overall great experience.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
A rather small facing in this main street makes it almost too easy to miss this nice bar on park row. Decanter provides however a good selection of local beer, good cocktails and a complete range of spirits. Service is good and ambiance is nice. Perfect place if you want a cosy drink afterwork.
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reviewed 5 months ago
A couple of minutes away from Leeds train station, this restaurant has a lot to offer: a complete menu, with good service and even a live pianist at night. This is a warm buzzing restaurant that can get pretty loud but it's fun. Waygu burger is something you should try.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Nice and greatly located! Rooms are comfy and service is good. The best thing remains the wifi.
Public - 9 months ago
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An interesting bar, that serves food has a live stage and a roof/beer garden. It's brand new and a nice place for an afterwork. It's also perfectly located to keep the night going if needed.
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Even if it means you have to go on the other side of the train track, this restaurant is worth it. The menu is short, but guarantees fresh and good quality food. Nicely decorated with a good service, you can even enjoy a nice terrasse in the summer. Go for it!
Public - 5 months ago
reviewed 5 months ago
Great place to brunch. It's nice to have a different inspiration food wise. Loads of feta, humus veggies. It gives a nice twist to the usual full Irish breakfast. Go for it!
Public - 10 months ago
reviewed 10 months ago