Today it’s my birthday! Yay for me! How old I am? I have now reached the age of 32, but still feel very young (most of the time).
If you’re one of those kind souls that now feel an urge to congratulate me, I’d be more than happy to accept your comment! Please write Happy Birthday in your own language so we can all learn something from this… 🙂
So, blow my candle! (English isn’t my first language, so please excuse me if there’s anything wrong in that sentence… :-P)
There’s something I haven’t told you; I’ve even kept a secret, if you will. As you might know, a number of web developer bloggers also create secondary blogs that deal with their other interests; topics such as coffee, wine, food etc seem to be very popular. So, now it’s time for me to reveal my new blog, and it will, hopefully, be nothing like you’ve ever seen!
When I first heard about Flickr I liked the idea, but being the rebel I am, I was a bit reluctant to use it since everyone was hyping it so much. However, for those of you that haven’t noticed the little Flickr icon and link I’ve added to this web site: I now have a Flickr Pro account.
During this summer I decided to finally take the plunge, and this post is about what I think is good respectively not-so-good with Flickr.
Convince a friend/lover/enemy to download Firefox before September 15th, and your name will be put in the Firefox 2.0 code. I found this a little while ago and naturally I want to help to spread Firefox, and also to get my name in there. So, do it you too; just go to Firefox day and make it happen! 🙂
First and foremost, let me tell you that I don’t abide to the poor labeling of being a Mac fanatic or a Windows user. I’m a computer user, period. I use the programs and computers and programs that are good, no matter what their eventual name might be.
With that said, I hope this post will be balanced and fair instead of just trying to take sides, and informative no matter from what angle you’re coming.
Yes! I’m back! And let me tell you that I’ve missed you, and I’ve missed writing. There’s something extraordinary about writing blog posts and then get in touch with and make friends with people from all over the world. To have discussions with like-minded people about topics which we share an interest in.
This post will be filled to the brim with various information; from a new feed URL and other changes to what I’ve been doing this summer, so please read on.