This blog is 18 years old.
It has been an interesting learning curve. Maybe I’m a slow learner, but I’ve realized something about the internet: all the world’s technical solutions, opt in mail, keyword descriptions, meta tags and backlinks aside: if you do not have content, you will quickly become one of the many millions of dead websites out there. In total, there are about 600 million blogs – of these, perhaps a few hundred thousand are being worked on. More on blog statitic here
(You are now reading a living one;)
If you follow my blog, I can not promise you visitors to your web pages in thousands or imaginative solutions to sell your message. But I can promise you a steady stream of blog posts that might make you look at the world, people, news and the aftermaths of war in a slightly different way. I will not sell anything on these sites. On the contrary.
If you want to use something that you find here, just do it.
You’re welcome. Feel free to link back to me, but it is not necessary either. If you find something interesting, I expect you to visit again and that’s really all I want.
One can not defend Putin’s methods by referring to something one is against
Everything written in these pages is based on personal experience. Overall, this is the way I remember what happened. And everything, of course, is based on
Hot dogs are party dope #1
May 17! (The Norwegian independence day) Sausages and ice cream, occasional proper frostbite, sometimes sleet and even snow, but always, (almost) always – rain. Children’s cheers, kids
The real heroes
Liberation Day. I am often asked what this day means to me. I must honestly admit that my first thoughts this day go to my