5 Down, 95 To Go

This is somewhat embarrassing but a little cool, too.

Dagens Næringsliv is one of the major financial newspapers in Norway, if not the largest. And I’m in it. Well, it’s not just me, but I’m there, I was interviewed - I’m not quoted and I don’t think the story made it into the printed version, but it’s enough for me to remove yet another task of the list of 100 Things To Do Before I Die.

13: Get interviewed by a major news paper or magazine, either domestic or international. Done.

In other news, I helped one of the world’s major handset manufacturers to hunt down a bug in one of their handsets last week. They were pretty happy about it and it was also interesting for me to work with them. I also bought a second Interpol album, Turn On the Bright Lights. I haven’t had the chance to listen to it very much yet. Later. Today I had my first run in a long time, for some reason I tend to stop exercising when I’m dating and now as I’m off the dating train (again), I’m back to torturing myself.


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