Monthly Archives: December 2010

Five year plans better than market economy?

One thing I often think about is if the technological development (or even the society as a whole) would benefit from some kind of five (or more!) year plans instead of letting market economy dictacte the rules. I don’t mean true … Continue reading

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The editable web?

The web is more or less invented for allowing information and content to be published and yet it is so “hard” to publish something. At work we use a wiki system quite a lot and I also have a lot … Continue reading

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Graphical user interfaces – time for something “new”?

My first contact with graphical user interfaces on computers was probably back in 1987 when I had a two week “internship” (I was 14 so calling it an internship is a bit misleading) at an Apple repair center. Coming from … Continue reading

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Constrained design – is freedom a bad thing?

As a software developer I often think about “free design” versus “constrained design” since you, as a software devloper, often have the possibility to design quite freely. What I mean by free versus constrained is basically how many parameters that … Continue reading

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I like to reflect on things

In fact, reflecting on things is more than a liking for me – it’s more of an obsession. At least once I start because it’s not like I’m reflecting on things constantly. It truly is fascinating how fast your mind … Continue reading

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