Aarhus? Why not? Head towards this direction now!

I love the idea of my city (Aarhus) featured next to the word Hygge on The Sun. This UK online newspaper puts the vibe together and describes it with precise and practical bullet points. I love. Get hygge with it. http://www.thesun.co.uk/living/3199596/vintage-bargains-fancy-food-markets-cosy-cafes-aarhus/ MANY OTHERS… …are with us! Independent: Forget Copenhagen, Aarhus is Denmark’s new capital of cool The Guardian…

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Writing for Danes: Defeat irony with an Emoticon. If there is no word for “Please”, is because you don’t need it.

All danish messages have some sort of emoticon. Today, while I was trying to sell something in the Danish eBay (DBA), and  find a babysitter on babysittermatch.com while sending some work emails, I realised THIS: I’m doing it! I am sending a happy face at the end, in the middle, sometimes even at hello. I’m scrolling…

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Imagine

No te rindas que la vida es eso,  continuar el viaje, perseguir tus sueños, destrabar el tiempo, correr los escombros, y destapar el cielo. Mario Benedetti. Behind the curtain of clouds there is another one, and behind one, there is another one, and behind that one, another one. I move them all on my dreams,…

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Why Aarhus might be a star city, a Silicon Valley in the Making, the go-to creative hub

  Aarhus is a city for starters (crazy beginners). The place were ideas that get started actually get done. People find each other here, create together, grow, and attract like-minded peers. It’s contagious. Some rules are being broken (in  a good way), change is being made, and in that way, that attracts creativity that attracts more…

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