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Paris, November 2016

The place was cozy with its wooden tables, mismatched chairs and leather armchairs, as we noticed the big homemade everyday cakes on a big corner table. Everything seemed perfect for a work appointment.
And then we saw this little slate on the other side of the window, leading us either to go elsewhere or to give up our big screens to use paper writings and pens. To attract customers, elsewhere, they offer a wifi access, here they prefer to live without large screens, and rather be face to face. Two forms of conviviality to accompany a meal, unless of course that the screens of smartphones, much more portable, win by default in each case.

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