2.02.2015

A new beginning 2.0

 
A long time ago, in the 20's in Paris, Gertrude Stein gave Ernest Hemingway feedback about a story he wrote:
'It's good,' she said. 'That's not the question at all. But it is inaccrochable. That means it is like a picture that a painter paints and then he cannot hang it when he has a show and nobody will buy it because they cannot hang it either.' - Gertrude Stein in A Moveable Feast by Ernest Hemingway.
The meaning of accrochable is the exact opposite of inaccrochable: everything that is worth showing and sharing. And that's exactly the thing I want to do: sharing everything which I find worth to show and share. And that's the whole new definition of my personal blog. 

Starting today!

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