Viva Italia!

The last week has been busy, we’ve been setting up a service that I though was going live before the weekend, but it looks like it’s not been done yet. Why I don’t know. Yesterday we streamed a major live event, which was cool, virtually problem free and a lot of work. I have no idea how many hours I worked last week, I just know that it’s been way to many. The live feed got up one and a half hour later than it should because someone somewhere fucked up something. We’d been working our asses off and when we’re supposed to go live, we’re unable to connect to the source stream. That really pissed me off. But, then again, to err is human, and I’ll probably mess up myself at some point.

I’m not going to Iceland after all, instead me and Hans Olav decided to go South, to Rome. So now I need to know what one can do in Rome instead. I will go to Iceland and some point on time, just not in August.

That’s it for today. I’ve got some unfinished business in San Andreas I’ve got to handle. For those of you who sent me e-mails about the one-liners; I’m going to add, edit and credit everything soon. Thanks for contributing.

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  1. I have been in Rome in the beginning of August, and it is really, really hot. If you need to cool down by the sea you should take the train to Santa Marinella (or Lido de Ostia).

  2. a couple of years ago I read an article in a martial arts magazine. The article was about a gladiator school in Rome, where you can learn how to fight like the gladiators did. after some training, you will be a part of staged fights for the tourists.
    wouldn’t that be cool?

    “what did you do this summer ,Vegard?”
    “I went to the Coloseum in Rome and fought a bunch of gladiators!”



  3. So when are you taking the trip down to Rome? I and two other people are going down to the Amalfi coast south of Naples for one week (16th to 23rd). Landing in Rome 14th and will maybe be fighting tourists until 16th.