This post was first published on AKASHA’s blog in 2020.

In the first part of this series, we discussed the value of community hubs — physical spaces where groups with common interests meet to commune, brainstorm, learn, and work together. …


My favorite places on the northeastern corner of Spain.

Similarly to Wandering around Phuket Island, I'm putting this list together as a way to thank — somewhat late! — a friend who kindly recommend me some cool places to visit in Catalonia the first time I went there.

The following are (at the moment I'm writing this) my favourite…


This post was first published on AKASHA’s blog in 2020.

Here’s a thought: the 0s and 1s running across telecom cables and interconnecting all of us do not effectively supply us with all the social interactions we need to tackle certain problems — which might sound a bit obvious for…


This post was first published on AKASHA’s blog in 2019.

I first heard about AKASHA not long after the founding team unveiled the project on World Press Freedom Day 2016 — May 3rd, a date that today we celebrate as “AKASHA Day.”

Learning that one of Ethereum’s co-founders, Mihai Alisie


As, unfortunately, we all know very well, discrimination takes place in many scary, stupid forms in the business realm: from the hiring process and day to day interactions to key decisions related to promotions, raises, and layoffs, often people will weight, consciously or not, factors such as race, gender, sexuality…


This article was first published on DZone in 2018.

During the last 3 years, in which I have been working exclusively remotely, I have been taking diverse notes on the things that, as a remote team, we cannot fail to observe and those we must work hard to avoid, among…


This article was first published on DZone in 2018.

Knowing that I have been working with project management for almost two decades and that as a consultant I have the opportunity of getting in touch with companies using all kinds of approaches to develop their products, people often ask me…


This is my seventh month in Thailand, my longest stay in a foreign country to date. And it’s not a secret: I have been in love with the country. In love with its islands (there are about 1.400 of them), temples (about 40.000 …


(Please, bare in mind that this article brings in nothing else than a few open-ended thoughts and impressions from a novice in the sport)

I have been nurturing, along the years, a special interest on the science of getting into, and being in the Flow. As most, if not all…


“The world used to be silent. Now it has too many voices, and the noise is a constant distraction. They multiply, intensify; they will divert your attention to what’s convenient and forget to tell you about yourself.” *

By focusing on the doing, we drop anxieties, uncertainties, and whatever is…

Ânderson Q.

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