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Marc Dangeard
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Starting to play with CommonAccord tool to build contracts. Really cool stuff :-)
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Gorgeous Mediterranean weather to finish the year :-)
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Finally got the time to watch. Amazing game!
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Just noticed that Taratata is back with shows online. Brilliant!
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Et un nouveau show toutes les semaines depuis Septembre, top!
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From the Consumer Aff<b>airs website:  http://www.consumeraffairs.com/homeowners/emeril.html Lisa of Woodbridge, VA on Oct. 20, 2008 I put on the small stock pot with cool water in preparation to cook pasta and turned...
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Created a board on Pinterest so that pictures can be shared there: http://www.pinterest.com/mdangear/emerilware-sucks/
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what's the reason you became an expat?
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Really cool driving the BMW i3, definitely one of the cool things to see at CES
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From the Consumer Aff<b>airs website:  http://www.consumeraffairs.com/homeowners/emeril.html Thomas of Portland, OR on Dec. 6, 2008 The cookware was being heated on high for no more than 5 min when I noticed that th...
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I was at a presentation from Gary Wolf (co-founder of Quantified Self) yesterday at MediaX in Stanford.
And while I have been at several QS meetups, it was very interesting to hear the story told by Gary. Here is what I got from it:
- Quantified Self introduces a new paradigm in health data collection and usage.
- The current movement is more about building a literacy for self data collection, visualization and analysis than about tracking all the gadgets and apps that can capture personal data.

The current standard process is:
- some discovery at the theoretical or chemical level
- trials in animals- case studies
- clinical trials 

This is an accepted way to move drugs from the lab to patients, and the data from clinical trials is the gold standard that confirms usage for a specific drugs. Except that what works statistically for the mass may not work for me. It can be argued that Quantified Self is the real gold standard because while clinical trials provide statistical validation there is always the issue of how that specific drug applies to Me: my own case within my own context. And since Quantified Self is about measuring what happens to me specifically, it will always be the very best data that I can get. 

So Quantified Self, while coming into the picture from a very different angle (computing becoming personal to the point of capturing my vital signs and my moods), opens the opportunity to revolutionize healthcare by helping us move away from the tyrany of the mass into personal customized diagnostics and treatments.

The open issue of course remains the literacy of Self Data capture, visualization and analysis: while many people have all the smarts needed to do the right job, they do not necessarily use the tools that are available because they do not know about them, or do not understand them, or do not have an easy way to implement them. And we may not have all the right tools yet.

This is why the current QS meetings are about sharing personal stories about data collection, visualization and analysis, so that we can all learn from each others what can be done and how. 

Interestingly enough the world of sports, which is often times considered to be on the opposite side of academia (muscles vs. brain), is a place where best practices to optimize performance are very advanced. Athletes are very good at utilizing specific techniques to improve their bodies and health. Unfortunately there are usually little to no scientific papers to document these techniques.
The good news is that QS meetups have proven to be a good place to (re)capture this knowledge.

Definitely we have a fascinating journey ahead of us.
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I still wear my Nike Fuelband: cool looking watch and a symbol of my commitment to staying healthy.
I also like to take my Lumoback with me when I know l'll spend most of my day at the office in front of my computer, and I like to take my HAPIfork with me when I go out, it is a great conversation starter :-)
But I agree with you that the others don't stick and I have dropped all others after trying them for a while.
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Presentation by D Lahaix at Centifolia. - Why traditional segmentation does not capture the reality of the networked market? - How to map social media into tribes - Example with the Cosmetic indust...
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Great to be able to watch the game from Sunnyvale. I love Pluzz :-)
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:-) sorry - linkideo.com
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"Make lots of tax free money" - David Cross" - Reason 103 of 1000 to become an #expat . See more reasons and share your own here: http://on.fb.me/1cyP1pf  
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  • Be-Bound
    Director of Project Management, 2014 - present
  • Slowcontrol
    VP Bus Dev, 2013 - 2014
    Slowcontrol is the company behind the HAPIfork.
  • HAPILABS
    VP International Business Development, 2013 - 2013
  • Sony Corporation of America
    Network Services Strategist, 2011 - 2013
  • Oracle Corporation
    Senior Product Manager, 1997 - 2006
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Entrepreneur and Network weaver
Introduction

Marc is an Entrepreneur and a Network Weaver. He’s the kind of partner every entrepreneur is looking for - an experienced, informed, sounding board who values family and quality of life equally with business success. As someone who has been integral in creating, growing and selling multiple businesses, he understands the entrepreneurial process.

With degrees in both Engineering and Business Management, Marc leveraged his knowledge in both fields to start and manage an innovative eCommerce business in 1995. Oracle saw the potential of his company and hired him to Project Manage several products, such as iStore and iSupport. His role expanded to include the Oracle China Development Center where he led international teams in developing Cloud computing products.

Marc founded the Entrepreneur Commons in 2008. Designed on the European Mutual Guarantee Fund model, the organization builds communities of entrepreneurs in order to provide mutual support. There are chapters across the world in the US, Europe and Asia.


Bragging rights
I have my name on 3 Cloud Computing patents
Education
  • HEC Paris
    Entrepreneurship, 1987 - 1988
  • ENSAE Toulouse
    Aeronautics, 1984 - 1987
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