Who can blame him… A birthday can make all of us a little tired…
Monthly Archives: October 2009
My son turned 1 yesterday, happy birthday to him and thank you to aunts and grandparants for stopping by and congratulating him 🙂
Muse last night
The Kindle Experience
I’ve just read my first book on my brand new Kindle from Amazon and it is a really cool piece of kit! The size is just about perfect for me, it fits nicely in my bag and it is small enough to use in bed at night. The screen is really awesome, it is just like reading on real paper. The 3G connection, amazon call it Whispernet, works great and books appear on the Kindle in a jiffy, both when ordering them on amazon.com or directly from the kindle. I charged it when it arrived a couple of days ago and I still cant see if the batterycharge has dropped any…
I like it!
HTC HERO KERNEL SOURCE PART 3
Well, it seems that getting gpl-violations.org on the case helped 🙂
HTC HERO KERNEL SOURCE part 2
Yesterday I wrote gpl-violations.org about my problems. They responded today that they are on the case and stuff is happening. Might not be to long now 🙂
HTC Hero kernel source
I have written HTC several times to get hold of the kernel-source for the hero, but they haven’t been very forthcoming. It seems I’m not the only one: Slashdot
The storm had now definitely abated, and what thunder there was now grumbled over more distant hills, like a man saying “And another thing…” twenty minutes after admitting he’s lost the argument.
– Douglas Adams
This is the first quote, in Eoin Colfers sixth book, in the increasingly inaccurate numbered trilogy, about Arthur Dents search for a decent cup of tea, in a universe that rarely makes much sense.
We have travelled through space and time, my friends, to rock this house again
– Tenacious D
That is the second quote. I wast a bit apprehensive before opening the book. Thats gone now, I can’t wait to see what Mr. Colfer has in store for Arthur, Ford, Trillian, Zaphod, Random and me!
Kindle for the rest of us!
Amazons kindle has been released with global 3G radio-bits. In other words, whispernet and instant access to 350.000 books, daily newspapers and magazines in more than 100 countries!
At home I have a brick wall in my livingroom.
I covered it with wall paper with pictures of bricks on it, just so I could be the only one that knew.
I tell visitors to touch it, it feels real.