§Currently reading

(Sorted alphabetically)

§Books I’ve read

(Sorted alphabetically)


Steven D. Levitt & Stephen J Dubner

Laisse faire les sphères : Recueil de plaisanteries

Léon Maret

Plenty of standalone drawings that mixes poetry, death & destruction, small life moments (revisited), etc.


Jason Fried & vid Heinemeier Hansson

Serious Cryptography

Jean-Philippe Aumasson

A good introduction that gives both a macro vision of the current state of Cryptography and a detailed zoom on some aspects.

The kind of book, I loved to read entirely and that I will keep available to re-read specific chapters sometimes.

Great bonus: it’s about cryptography, but does not requires advanced mathematic knowledges.

Show Your Work!

Austin Kleon

An inspiring book, easy and useful tips to be better at communicating on what we “do”.

(That’s the book that motivated me to blog more)

Steal Like an Artist: 10 Things Nobody Told You About Being Creative

Austin Kleon

A mandatory reading for creative people.

Embracing the fact that we are influenced by other people allows to consciously think about it, and extract as much goodness as possible.

Who: The A Method for Hiring

Geoff Smart & Randy Street

A mandatory reading; giving a consistent way of handling diffent fundamental topics: hiring, talent management; but also: vision, culture, objectives, and strategy

Recommended by Jean

§Books I’ve published

(Sorted alphabetically)

Histoire pour enfants generator

Manfred Touron

100 generated stories for children

(Strangely) more appreciated by adults :-/

La calculatrice dont vous êtes le héros

Manfred Touron

My attempt to make an energy-free pocket calculator

A book that was generated by a computer

Tattoos Partout

Manfred Touron & Gajeb Lemaou & Sarah Diget

Collection of “flash tattoos” made with friends <3

Very appreciated by my daughter for coloring.