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Hitotoki Tokyo has launched in Japanese, after the successful launch of the English version. We have a few stories up there already so go have a look.
We will also open in New York in September and are currently looking for submissions.

I have published an article on how to make better presentations at Pecha-Kucha Night events. It is up on the AQ blog, where I work.

The 3rd collection of our TAB T-shirts has just been released in our new online store. 5 designers have donated graphics illustrating their love of Tokyo to help us promote the city as a lively and happening place, as well as support our Non-Profit Organization team (paid staff and volunteers). The Shop has been entirely redesigned and includes a new bilingual cart system, interfacing with Paypal.

TAB has redesigned. A slight redesign with a more modern look and a wider frame to provide us with elbow room for future growth. How do you like it?

We have also relaunched TABlog, TAB’s event review blog, with an entirely new look and feel, closer to that of an online magazine. More visual and structure on the front page allow us to promote more varied content and do so independently of its publication date.

Finally, TAB is hiring… We are looking for a new event data editor.

In unrelated news, my friend Kevin has finally launched his wonderful One Life Japan eco-business. They specialize in fun, intellectually stimulating, physically satisfying, and environmentally sound educational bike tours in Japan.
I will be joining one of his tours in the next few months.

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    Based in Paris & Tokyo, Paul Baron is a senior product manager for hire. Ex-@AQworks. Co-founder of cultural platform Tokyo Art Beat.
    Service design, interaction design, startups, user research.
    Posts a few times a decade since 2003.

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