Monthly Archives: July 2010

Ebooks exceeds sale of hardcover books on Amazon

The New York times reports that the sale of ebooks have exceeded the sale of hardcover books for three months now. For every 100 hardcover book that are sold, it sold 143 kindle books. Good news, good news 😀 The … Continue reading

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Enter optimization

A couple of days ago I wrote about Sugarsync, a service that stores all your data online and makes the data available on most devices. I have spent some days uploading all my data (which takes a bit of time). … Continue reading

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The french ban on burqa

Klassekampen had a good statement about the french ban on burqa (norwegian). The ban has to be violating one, if not several human rights. The ban will probably go some rounds in court, ending up at The International Court of … Continue reading

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Never worry about losing data again

I have a lot of data – that’s where it started. Secondly, I use a lot of computers and operating systems (OS). I have a private macbook pro, a notebook with windows,  a work computer (usually with Linux), iphone and … Continue reading

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