This is crazy. I’m living in a country that hasn’t fought a war for over a hundred years. So they say. Truth is that there are Swedish soldiers all over the world. Africa, Iraq and Afghanistan. Places like that.
Possibly I’m moving, Again. I really blog better on an own domain. Still thinking. Still, I can get a domain for $15 from WordPress. Worth thinking about.
I’ve been uploading stuff to flickr. Found this one off the eldest.
Working hard on Facebook. Not really getting there. Reading and writing on the web, but not here. I might be going to Manchester 🙂
It’s gettin late and I’m really not in the mood. Have however seen som nice cherry blossom trees here in Stockholm. The picture is from Japan but it looked a bit like this.
Sometimes, or maybe most times, I write just for the hell off writing. It’s a great skill we’ve developed. Unique among species on earth.
I love reading and writing and I want to do it every day. Some days there isn’t much to write about. Today I sifted through some drafts I’ve saved on one of my Swedish blogs and came across a piece from Wired. It’s about a videoblogging war correspondent named Kevin Sites. Go read.
Am I really thinking what I’m thinking or is that someone else?
Who are the top tech bloggers?
We’ve been analyzing historical TechMeme data to dig a little deeper than the leaderboard information on the site that shows top blogs over the trailing 30 days. Mark McGranaghan and I are slicing the data in a number of ways and will publish in shortly on CrunchBase.
Number 1 is Michael Arrington with 207 headlines. You can get the full list on TechCrunch.
Also, Read Write Web are celebrating their 5th year on the web.