Eight Weeks

Two months in confinement. I'm not sure we are where we should be on the battle against the virus. It seems we were reacting in much better ways than in some other countries. Yet, here we are. The number of new cases each day is only stabilizing, not decreasing yet. It is a bit depressing... Continue Reading →

Confinement – A Visual Essay

Yesterday, I went out for a very long walk downtown Montreal. Since the beginning of my confinement, more than a month ago, I wanted to go out and experience the city emptiness. I took eighty pictures from which I selected nine of the best. The subject of each photo is trying to portray confinement or... Continue Reading →

COVID-19: A Month of Confinement

Today marks a month of my confinement. Already. Surprisingly, life still goes too fast. Yet, I do have a feeling it is only the beginning. There will not be a clear cut return to normality. It will be slow, painful, full of uncertainty. It is why I have a feeling that we won't be back... Continue Reading →

WWDC2020 to be Virtual Only – My Take

At long last, Apple joins the plethora of other companies announcing updated conference plans. They had but no choice. Unsurprisingly, Apple announcement offers a twist by presenting this as a new experience, like if from now on, this is the only way WWDC will take place. I can't wait to see how different the event... Continue Reading →

A closed door on an abandoned ship Why is this door closed and locked? What is behind it? What can be seen through this window? Where is the key to unlock the lock? Is it still available or was it thrown away? When and why this ship was abandoned? Where did people go? This picture... Continue Reading →

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