Posted in December 2009

Basic elements of techpolitics

So many try to reinvent the wheel when it comes to techpolitics in Europe – we need to get better at learning from each other, across borders! I will explain more eventually, but here is my attempt to visualize (in a pretty nitty-gritty way) some of the basic elements of techpolitics. These elements are in … Continue reading

Stuff I’m doing these days

Dear friends and readers – huge apologies for my lack of  frequent updates on this blog this fall! As I told you some months ago, I’ve moved back to Norway, Oslo, and I’ve started a new job as communication advisor at Origo, a social network and publishing platform. I love, love, love  it, but when … Continue reading

Følg sporene mine

Vi avskyr overvåkning, men vi legger igjen flere digitale spor enn noensinne, de fleste frivillige. (Another Norwegian article, this time from Morgenbladet a week ago. It’s about surveillance vs. digital footsteeps we voluntarily leave behind). Dagens mest romantiske mail mottatt: «Jeg hadde tenkt til å fri, men så var du ikke online på MSN.» Denne … Continue reading

Hvem har tatt konsentrasjonen min?

Gjør teknologien oss dummere? Nei, bare mer ukonsentrerte. Og forstyrrelsen har en pris. Det kan ta oss 15 minutter å komme tilbake til en krevende arbeidsoppgave etter en epost. (Sorry to my international readers, but this is a Norwegian article I wrote some months ago about concentration, technology and social networks. Denne artikkelen har stått … Continue reading