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WoT to be finished.. (whee)

Via The Book Swede: It appears WoT is to be finished despite Mr. Jordans sad demise. By a Brandon Anderson. God luck to him, eh? But really, let’s hope he does it well. I really loved the first couple of books, and despite the their sluggish pace and endlessly repeating characterization I still have a soft spot for them.

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In which nothing hapends

Here’s four things that just crossed my mind: I just installed Manriva 2008 on a brand new Asus G1S. And it worked perfectly… Whooo! Including the wireless Intel 4965AGN card. Whooo! I have fallen for real now. Yes, yes: I have a Facebook profile. I’m currently listening to Dream Theaters Systematic Chaos. And to my [...]

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MLP IX: Random Teapot Operators

Blogging will probably be a bit slower this week again. I’m gearing up to move into my new apartment come next weekend. Thus I need to pack. Badly. But before that, some awesome links: Radioactive decay randomness? Hell yes! Russell’s Teapot. Here. How to do neat tricks with Google. See you later.

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I read Harry Potter

Warning: Here be spoilers……… Introduction I thought I’d offer some thought after having finished the last Harry Potter installation, The Deathly Hallows. Let me start off by taking my hat off to Ms. Rowling. Se has managed something remarkable, and in my book, having this kind of hysteria ’round a book in an [...]

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‘Tis the season to be silly…

And here comes a small break in posting. Again. Or perhaps it already has started. Oh… I’m confused. In any case, since last I have worked and slept. And also made my first ever performance as a rock/pop singer… Eeeek! You see, Viktor had the good taste of marrying. The band for the night was Indigo, with [...]

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Updated book library: Design and fantasy

My book library have been updated. First, the latest installment of Steven Erikson’s epic fantasy series, The Bonehunters. I am, as I suspect many others, slightly in awe of Erikson. Extremely complex. Extremely well written. Extremely good stuff. The second update is the classic The Design of Everyday Things, by Donald A. Norman. [...]

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Places where I’ve lived

I just realized Google Earth has been ported to Linux… Ooooh, it is fun to play with, isn’t it? But anyway, it got me thinking, so for the love of satellite imagery, nostalgia and the sheer hell of it…Places where I’ve lived – In order Redskapsgatan, Arboga, 16 years (exact hit) Allmogeplatsen, Västerås, 2 [...]

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2 deaths; A house and a teacher – pt II

As time goes by things passes. People and places flow in front of our eyes, and even though we often would like to stop the motion, hold the current, we never can. Sometimes, you don’t even notice loved things passing until they are already out of sight. Really. Normally I wouldn’t write this post. I haven’t got much to say. [...]

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2 deaths; A house and a teacher – pt I

As time goes by things passes. People and places flow in front of our eyes, and even though we often would like to stop the motion, hold the current, we never can. And sometimes, you don’t even notice loved things passing until they are already out of sight. The first item on the menu for the posts of today is the demise of the [...]

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