As it has become obviously clear once again for myself, I don’t have the force to read a book per month. I now turned to try something new. That new thing is to try audiobooks. Continue reading “I must say: My life as a humble comedy legend”
Team spirit is important, may the setting be whichever and wherever. In the workplace, the team spirit well-being is directly in correlation to success and performance result.
As my work computer, I have a Dell XPS 15 which has been great. Only a few small problems along the road during my 2 years and 4 months. But now I luckily avoided a potential critical problem. Continue reading “Avoided potential critical problem”
As most in Finland, that are of age to work fulltime, I all so had 4 weeks of paid vacation, and this year I enjoyed it in July. And almost every minute of it, out at the cottage with my 3 kids.
As an IT professional, I often have the energy and interest to do some extra work, to get my desired setup working. But non-IT persons want the ease to start using fast and easy. Continue reading “Google G Suite into 3rd party app”
Corona is terrible, and it’s that way for everyone. But how bad is it, and should one start to panic? Continue reading “It’s about perspective”
I November 2019, I visited San Francisco, and among other things, Alcatraz. From there I bought the book Alcatraz from inside: Jim Quilllen: One man’s climb from desperation to redemption. So this became my next “book of the month”. Continue reading “Alcatraz from inside”
Surprisingly, my wife came across this book, and suggested I would read it. And as her turn had arrived to have it as a loan from the public library,it was placed in my hands. Continue reading “The Phoenix Project”
Kolme vuotta sitten tiskikoneemme ylä “sadettaja” meni rikki. Pari vuotta sitten hellamme uuniluukun saranat meni rikki. Ja pesukone on oikutellut jo lähemmäs 7 vuotta. Continue reading “Vanhaa pois, uutta tilalle”
So the decade ended and what a amazing time it has been, both in good and less good. Continue reading “A year, and a decade has ended.”