Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year!

2010 is almost over. Is it a good thing? How was your 2010?  Mine was … a lot, but mostly it was unpredictable. A lot happened this year. Just a short summary:

My blog got some more attention. For example, because of better taste than sorry I have been invited to Stuttgart, Munich, Essen, London, Shanghai (and Venice). My feedreader-number is on an all time high. I got in contact with many interesting people. And some awesome prospects for next year are already going their ways. I hope I will finish my desk project and will start new projects. I will get a new design, not the blog will change but better taste than sorry itself.

Besides my blog, other projects are doing pretty well. The Cognitive Cities Conference is planned and more and more it assumes shape. The Kitchen Guerillas won the Leaders Award. We had some crazy delicious events. A technical project will be finished in January.

I became General Manager of a venture (I don’t know the correct word for this thing). But I can’t talk more about it, pardon me.

Our agency just moved into a new office. It is a blast!

Yeah, my studies went into the final round and I will finish it early 2011.

I met new friends. I learned a lot. I even taught my first class. I had some delicious meals. I listened to some amazing bands and went to really good concerts. All in all I can say: 2010, Thank You – It’s been a pleasure!

I don’t know what else to say. If you would like to know what happened just look through the blog and make yourself a picture. That is also the reason why I didn’t add any links. You can find all the things mentioned above within my blog.

What else? I am really looking forward to 2011. One more year that will bring a lot of new things. Even a new residence.

I wish you some easygoing Christmas days and a “Hell Yeah, Rock ‘n’ Roll” – New Year’s Party! Stay classy!

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Happy Christmas and a Merry New Year!