Sorry Star Wars fans

this is not another fanzine about the movie, the Force or some Jedi cult. It is a simple, personal weblog. Why this name, then?

I am a webmaster. It's not a hobby, I make a living managing web sites for Capgemini. They gave me the somewhat impressive title of "Corporate Webmaster" and sometimes I tell them to simply call me Master.

This is a joke, I feel very much like an apprentice. One of the key drivers of my life, especially in the professional arena, is a taste for learning new things.

When I saw Episode II of Star Wars and heard dozens of «You still have a lot to learn, my young padawan. — Yes Master» lines between Jedi knights and their apprentices I knew this would make an interesting name for an apprentice blog. By chance, padawan.info was still available for registration (quite a surprise, honnestly, since this word was cast more than three years ago in Episode I and all the other TLDs were taken).

And here I am, the young webmaster a lot to learn has...

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