A double post to catch up on recent events. Going electric So the time came to invest in a new car. The old car failed its yearly checkup which was a good excuse to renew. Given the long delivery times and the high price tags on electric cars with long range, the choice landed on … Continue reading Going electric / new routines
Maidan 2018 What happened Thursday this week impacts us immensely. My wife is Ukrainian and we have friends and family in Ukraine. The Ukrainian people has chosen their own path for 30 years and will fight fiercely to defend their right to do so also in the future. The war that Putin started in 2014 … Continue reading Sad times
This week we picked up a visitor at Skavsta Airport which was a nice excuse to go to Stendörren Nature Reserve at the southern end of the Stockholm Archipelago. We arrived just after sunrise on a cold, calm and sunny winter day. A trail starts right next to the parking lot that will take you … Continue reading Stendörren Nature Reserve in winter
Another year is soon over. The end of the calendar year is a good opportunity to look back and reflect and appreciate the moments that made up 2021 so let me share some moments that made 2021 special for me. In spite of all the worries and concerns we fill our daily life with, life … Continue reading 2021
I recently got my hands into a product called CluedIn. Not only does it have a cool tech stack but it also offers a novel approach to business intelligence challenges.
I’m pleased to announce another release of Mars Crisis. Mars Crisis is a one man story game project built on Twine. The highlights of this release are: Talk with the head of the policeGreatly improved UX for messagesImproved story line around the underground stim factory Plus more! What can I say? Long train rides are … Continue reading Mars Crisis 0.7.0 Released
I’m happy to announce the release of the Mars Crisis MVP. You can now play a complete game and experience a full story of Kelly Parker’s time on Mars as special advisor to the colony.
I recently got an opportunity to try out an electric car for one month to see if it would fit with our driving needs. In this third and final post, I look into the economy of acquiring and driving an electric car compared with a combustion engine car.
I recently got an opportunity to try out an electric car for one month to see if it would fit with our driving needs. In a previous post I formulated three questions to investigate. In this post I conclude the answer to the second question: Can we charge without too much fuzz?
When I bought our current car in 2015 I promised myself that our next car will be an electric car. So far that has been an excuse to not invest in a new car. However, recently I had a chance to revisit the question.