Monthly Archives: August 2012

My unsent letter to my biological parents I’ve not met since I was just a baby

I’ve not met my biological parents since I was less than a year old (I don’t remember much from that time). I don’t know anything about them or why they chose to leave me and my brother up for adoption. … Read more

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Programming revitalization

Recently I posted an embarrasingly bad question at http://programmers.stackexchange.com (no you can’t read it). The thing is that I’ve been way out of my programming form of late and was not thinking straight, thus I had misconceptions about how good … Read more

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Deppa på fredag

Ettersom jeg har skrevet mye på engelsk i det siste tenkte jeg å skrive denne på norsk. Jeg er på vei til jobben og føler meg rimelig dårlig. Føler angst og generell nedforhet. Det er fredag og jeg burde være … Read more

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Things that have never been said on the Internet

- I never have anything to complain about. – That girl really could use some more clothes. – YouTube comments always give good insight on the movie in subject and other related and unrelated topics. – When I disagree with … Read more

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I have a secret blog

I have a secret blog. There I write everything I dare not say on behalf of myself. It’s an outlet for my emotions and feelings, both dark and light. Let me tell you this: I encourage everyone to have a … Read more

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Sharing of information, social media and privacy – before and now

As I can’t sleep I’ve decided to scribble down some thoughts regarding sharing of information, social media and privacy. It’s interesting how in my younger days I was obsessed, well maybe not intentionally, about sharing information about me and getting … Read more

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iGoogle replacements

Netvibes Netvibes may be my iGoogle replacement of choice as of now. It seems to be fairly flexible and also importing the iGoogle feeds to Netvibes was a breeze. Appearently Netvibes requires the import file to be in an OPML … Read more

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Apple location services you think you need enabled but you don’t

So you don’t fancy the fact that Apple knows where you are at all times? Then you’ve probably browsed through the “Location Services” items in the Settings menu and you’ve also looked through the cunningly named “System Services” section. With … Read more

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Google phasing out iGoogle and screwing up

So iGoogle is being phased out (service stops at the 1st of November 2013) and of course with my luck I’m being quite “dependant” on it. It’s not an essential service but it’s mighty handy to keep me updated on … Read more

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