Yes, another year has gone by and according to www.vegard.net, 2007 was the year that I…

  • didn’t really have any long breaks from posting. Congratulations to me!
    • started working on buingo.com but quickly abandoned the project due to the lack of spare time. Surprise, surprise.
    • travelled to Italy, Sweden, Australia, Hong Kong and Canada. Less traveling than in 2006.
    • installed Vista on the Windows Media Center box, something that actually made it behave better. Who would have thunk it?
    • played Word of Warcraft for a bit, enjoying WoWFest 2007.
    • got busted by the state owned TV network for not paying the license fee.
    • removed only 3 items from The List.
    • reviewed some more stuff.
    • finally understood the meaning of the word “omnibus"…
    • successfully fooled some people on April Fool’s Day.
    • had a proper Easter vacation.
    • joined the rest of the sheep and got a Facebook account.
    • bought some really cool t-shirts.
    • added a few new one-liners.
    • wrote the 1000th entry.
    • realized time and time again that Apple’s marketing slogan “It Just Works” is just that, a marketing slogan.
    • celebrated three years working for the same company.
    • had some major screw ups working for said company. 2008 will probably not be any different in that way.
    • redesigned the site twice, once for fun and once for the environment.
    • enjoyed a lot of Formula 1 action. Not long too until the 2008 season starts!
    • upgraded to OS X Leopard without too many complications.
    • worked a 92 hour week. I can’t describe how I hate that week.
    • started posting pictures of semi-nude women again.
    • added ads to the site, and it turned out - perhaps not surprisingly - that I can’t live off the site. Yet.
    • had to get my beloved Xbox 360 replaced because it overheated and I lost all my save games in the process.
    • built myself a new VBOX.
    • change ISP and got one that’s nerd friendly and allows you to have a hobby server online.
    • started running on a regular basis and was able to keep running on a regular basis. Still am.
    • read quite a lot of books, mostly science fiction.
    • saw The Police in concert.
    • got an iPhone, which I’ve almost bricked twice so far.
    • asked Gine to move in with me.
    • bought a lot of IKEA furniture.
    • visited Klas in Australia and had an excellent time.
    • played a lot of great Xbox 360 games.
    • got a membership and a fitness center. Who saw that one coming?
    • started playing EVE Online.

That’s about it, not the most eventful year ever, but I don’t complain. A Happy New Year to all of you!

Here are the wrap-ups from previous years: 2006, 2005 and 2004.