lundi 30 juillet 2007

Thank you all

Now it's official... I'm 33...

I'd like to thank all of you for your gifts, sms, e-mail and your support to achieve this difficult step of my life. And a special thanks to Eole who decided to blow the day that I was impossible to sail(It's difficult to find any good excuse when you have organized the bbq for your birthday isn't it?), the guy who gave me some tools to build HIS swimming pool and last but not least the rain who decided to clean my car at the end of the day. Once again THANK YOU ALL.

For the next and as Yannou's brother said, I am going to try not to meet too much Roman. It seems that it can be dangerous...

Hope to see you soon...

dimanche 29 juillet 2007

What's happened a 29th of July

1014 - Byzantine-Bulgarian Wars: Battle of Kleidion: Byzantine emperor Basil II inflicts a decisive defeat on the Bulgarian army, but his subsequent savage treatment of 15,000 prisoners reportedly causes Tsar Samuil of Bulgaria to die of shock.
1030 - Ladejarl-Fairhair succession wars: Battle of Stiklestad - King Olaf II fights and dies trying to regain his Norwegian throne from the Danes.
1565 - Mary Queen of Scots, widowed, marries Henry Stuart, Lord Darnley, Duke of Albany at Holyrood Palace in Edinburgh, Scotland.
1567 - James VI is crowned King of Scotland at Stirling.
1588 - Anglo-Spanish War: Battle of Gravelines - English naval forces under command of Lord Charles Howard and Sir Francis Drake defeats the Spanish Armada off the coast of Gravelines, France.
1693 - War of the Grand Alliance: Battle of Landen - France wins a Pyrrhic victory over Allied forces in the Netherlands.
1793 - John Graves Simcoe decides to build a fort and settlement at Toronto, having sailed into the bay there.
1830 - Abdication of Charles X of France.
1836 - Inauguration of the Arc de Triomphe in Paris.
1847 - Cumberland School of Law founded in Lebanon, Tennessee, USA. At the end of 1847 only 15 law schools exist in the United States.
1848 - Irish Potato Famine: Tipperary Revolt - In Tipperary, an unsuccessful nationalist revolt against British rule is put down by police.
1851 - Annibale de Gasparis discovers asteroid 15 Eunomia.
1858 - United States and Japan sign the Harris Treaty.
1864 - American Civil War: Confederate spy Belle Boyd is arrested by Union troops and detained at the Old Capitol Prison in Washington, DC.
1883 - Birth of Benito Mussolini, Italian dictator
1890 - Artist Vincent van Gogh died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound in Auvers, France, at age 37.
1899 - The First Hague Convention is signed.
1900 - In Italy, King Umberto I of Italy is assassinated by Italian-born anarchist Gaetano Bresci.
1907 - Sir Robert Baden-Powell sets up the Brownsea Island Scout camp in Poole Harbour on the south coast of England. The camp ran from August 1-9, 1907, and is regarded as the founding of the Scouting movement.
1920 - Construction of the Link River Dam begins as part of the Klamath Reclamation Project.
1921 - Adolf Hitler becomes leader of the National Socialist German Workers Party.
1932 - Great Depression: In Washington, DC, U.S. troops disperse the last of the "Bonus Army" of World War I veterans.
1945 - The BBC Light Programme radio station was launched for mainstream light entertainment and music.
1947 - After being shut off on November 9, 1946 for a memory upgrade, ENIAC, the world's first all-electronic digital computer, is reactivated. It will remain in continuous operation until October 2, 1955.
1948 - Olympic Games: The Games of the XIV Olympiad - After a hiatus of 12 years caused by World War II, the first Summer Olympics to be held since the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin opened in London.
1957 - The International Atomic Energy Agency is established.
1958 - The U.S. Congress formally creates the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA).
1959 - First congressional elections in Hawaii as a state of the Union.
1965 - Vietnam War: The first 4,000 101st Airborne Division paratroopers arrive in Vietnam, landing at Cam Ranh Bay.
1966 - Musician Bob Dylan crashes his Triumph motorcycle in upstate New York. He goes into seclusion for over a year before reemerging and reinventing himself artistically.
1966 - American magazine Datebook releases issue with the Beatles article from the London Evening Standard four months ago which includes John Lennon's "bigger than Jesus" statement, setting off a furor resulting the trashing and burning of Beatles records and merchandise and the banning of Beatles songs on radio
1967 - Vietnam War: Off the coast of North Vietnam the USS Forrestal catches on fire in the worst U.S. naval disaster since World War II, killing 134.
1967 - At the fourth day of celebrating its 400th anniversary, the city of Caracas, Venezuela was shaken by an earthquake, leaving approximately 500 dead.
1968 - Pope Paul VI reaffirmed the Roman Catholic Church's stance against artificial methods of birth control.
1975 President Gerald R. Ford became the first U.S. president to visit the site of the Nazi concentration camp Auschwitz in Poland.
1976 - In New York City, the "Son of Sam" kills one person and seriously wounds another in the first of a series of attacks.
1981 - Lady Diana Spencer marries Charles, Prince of Wales.
1987 - British PM Margaret Thatcher and French president François Mitterrand sign the agreement to build the tunnel under the English Channel (Eurotunnel).
1987 - Indian PM Rajiv Gandhi and Sri Lankan President J. R. Jayawardene sign the Indo-Lankan Pact on ethnic issue.
1993 - The Israeli Supreme Court acquits accused Nazi death camp guard John Demjanjuk of all charges and he is set free.
1996 - The controversial child protection portion of the Communications Decency Act (1996) is struck down as too broad by a U.S. federal court.
1997 Minamata Bay in Japan - once a worldwide symbol of industrial pollution - was declared free of mercury 40 years after contaminated fish were blamed for deaths and birth defects.
1999 A day trader opened fire in two Atlanta brokerage offices, killing nine people and wounding 13 before shooting himself to death; he had earlier killed his wife and two children.
2003 - Boston Red Sox batter Bill Mueller became the first player in major league history to hit grand slams from both sides of the plate in a single game in a 14-7 win at Texas.
2005 - Astronomers announce their discovery of Eris, a possible tenth planet.

Anyway, the only thing you must remember is that 33 years ago, on the 29th of July 1974, Yannou was born!

samedi 28 juillet 2007

Eole renait de ces cendres

Enfin.... Je n'y croyais plus... Je pensais que ce brave Eole était mort... Après plus d'un mois j'ai de nouveau pu discuter avec mon pote Eole. J'en arrive parfois a me demander si il est raisonnable de vouloir faire du windsurf quand on habite en Helvétie... Bref j'ai pu naviguer, j'ai pu essayer ma nouvelle bâche heu non voile de 8.8 m2... c'est cool ! Même si mon dos n'est pas tout a fait de mon avis... Par contre mon humeur s'en trouve changée... Je suis juste heureux.... c'est grave docteur?

lundi 23 juillet 2007

Nouveau widget Nike+

Pour simplifier la lecture, deux nouveaux widget ont apparu dans les menus du blog. vous pourrez donc suivre facilement ma progression et mes objectifs de course...

Au fait... je suis lamentable et en retard... Tiens vais aller courir moi :-)

vendredi 13 juillet 2007

Question pour un champion

Mon ancêtre est ne en décembre 1979 dans le cerveau d'un ingénieur de la baie de San Francisco je suis terriblement lié au théorie d'Isaac Newton. L'idée de ma conception était avant tout d'être facile à utiliser et financièrement accessible (moins de 500$). C'est en 1984 que mon premier ancêtre fut commercialisé. Révolutionnaire pour l'époque je me fais rapidement ma place dur le marché. Même William G. me trouve une certaine originalité. En perte de vitesse, je touche le fond au début des années 90. Je trouverai mon salut au travers de design innovant et surtout de mon lecteur de musique portable dans les années 2000. Je reste cependant toujours facile d'accès et convivial, je suis, je suis….

jeudi 12 juillet 2007

Dahab pictures are online

Finally, all pictures I took in Dahad are online.

Dahab 2007

Once open, clic on "Diaporama" on the left

More pictures from Dahab are available there

have fun!

Du neuf dans les liens

Envie de rêver??? aller jeter un oeil sur le trip au US de Carine

Be a star

Cher lecteur, je sais que ce blog a été laissé a l'abandon pendant presque un mois... mais pas de panique, Yannou est de retour...

D'ailleurs pour célébrer ce retour triomphale, Yannou's Mood a sa propre étoile à Hollywood

besoin d'une preuve??

Mais ne soit pas jaloux ami lecteur, tu peux créer la tienne ici
Sinon les photos de Dahab sont presque terminées... l'album sera en ligne dès ce soir

A bientôt cher lecteur