lördag 24 juli 2010

Moving Bibl.se over to Posterous...

In my last blog post I expressed doubts about the future of this blog. Now I know better :) It's a fresh move to a better blog platform that is needed, not another blog death...

Therefore I have now migrated all blog posts from Blogger to Posterous and also redirected the domain to this new site. Feels good since I am a great fan of Posterous' minimalistic interface and it's endless connection possiblities.

The main domain is the same as before: www.bibl.se. But if you use an RSS-reader you'll need to update your feed to the new adress.

See you on Posterous!

lördag 1 maj 2010

Blog vacation

Not much has been happening here for the last few months. A cardinal sin for a blogger, I know ;-) but I have been so busy with other things, well you know the story.... and I honestly don't know if there still are valid reasons for keeping this blog up and running. There are so many other channels. Blogging isn't forever, right? The web is constantly changing and so are we, right?

Several times I have thought of dumping Bibl.se but still I can't make up my mind. So I have decided to take this blog for a longer vacation (well it sort of started already some months ago, didn't it?) and come back later this year (autumn, perhaps?) and ask that same question again - are there still valid reasons for keeping it? - and see what that leads to.

So, until then, have an awesome summer! :-)


torsdag 28 januari 2010

Happy with better and easier Prezi!

Prezi is more intuitive than ever. Me happy! I just created this presentation for a workshop tomorrow:

söndag 6 december 2009

Log on. Sign out. Take control. Act.

Norman Geras: "One consequence of the digitisation of nearly all aspects of our lives is the increasing sense that we live through our computers, that they are extensions of our selves. Ouch. Does this explain the sense of panic that has overtaken me whenever I've lost my internet connection at home?"

"How can there be no Internet?"

Leo Babauta: we are getting overwhelmed by technology. We need to control technology instead of letting technology control us.

Act. What are we waiting for? It's too late to be a pessimist.