What’s up?

These last two weeks have been very tough, with all things to take care of in the process of moving to a new apartment – together with a shitload of unexpected problems in relation to this; things that just shouldn’t happen. It’s been a period with lousy food (junk sandwiches, if anything), lousy sleep, lousy everything. But we’re mostly through this now, thankfully.

The last days I’ve toyed a little with a new design – slightly modified only; hopefully for the better. Please let me know if it looks strange in your browser.

Also, I’m on the lookout for books on creativity. There must be loads of excellent books about this topic. After all, humans have been creative for thousands of years. I’ve found some that seem interesting; see my books weblog. And please let me know if you know of any good ones.

Tonight I attended an evening course in first aid for children. It was very interesting, and particularly since it is learning intended to teach you how to act in emergencies, when you are not likely to be your ordinary rational self, or at least when rational assessment of the situation won’t do, when you’ve got to rely on your “instinct” or “intuition” or whatever you want to call it. It’s very much about learning by seeing others doing it and, most importantly, doing it yourself. You simply can’t learn this by reading instructions like these.

The above was posted to my personal weblog on October 17, 2002. My name is Peter Lindberg and I am a thirtysomething software developer and dad living in Stockholm, Sweden. Here, you’ll find posts in English and Swedish about whatever happens to interest me for the moment.

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  3. Tesugen Turns Five (March 21)
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