Name: Helene Klungvik
Location: Karmøy, Norway
- barack obama
- Barnes & Noble
- file synchronization
- interior design
- iRex iLiad
- kathy freston
- krishna consciousness
- science fiction
- the lean
- weight loss
I like deadlines. I like the whooshing sound they make as they fly by.
When I argue with reality, I lose -
but only 100 percent of the time
“Wisely, and slow. They stumble that run fast.”
Although personally I am quite content with existing explosives, I feel we must not stand in the path of improvement.
Watch your thoughts, they become words.
Watch your words, they become actions.
Watch your actions, they become habits.
Watch your habits, they become character.
Watch your character, for it becomes your destiny.
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Category Archives: Technology
I have a private virtual server setup with linux, plex, amazon cloud drive and encryption. I use the samsung plex app for viewing, and I have for some time now encountered the error “a network error occurred”. I tried to … Continue reading
I used to think that libraries were dying. In a world slowly governed by ebooks, physical books are a dying breed (exception being cookbooks and specialist literature). Now I’m sitting in a library. Not because of the books, but because … Continue reading
When I started reading “The lean” I googled if others had tried to follow this book – more importantly, did it work? Did people loose weight, feel more energetic, happier? I only found one blog by Jenni Dunning who wrote … Continue reading
I have been waiting for this: Hulu Plus is now available on Apple TV. So, no I can enjoy both my netflix and hulu plus account. Unfortunately, I’m not so happy with Hulu Plus. It’s an annoyance that many shows … Continue reading
So what to do when you’re not motivated to loose weight and can’t really stand the thought of dieting? You google, of course! As a vegetarian I then googled for vegetarian weight loss books, and sure enough – Kathy Freston … Continue reading
Branding doesn’t seem to be a term publishing houses are aware of, but they should be. Walking into a book store today you see a lot of merchandise that isn’t connected to books, and one can question whether bookstores as … Continue reading
I have been wanting Kindle DX since spring this year which is a long time. I expected a release of new Kindles this fall, and lo and behold, Kindle 4 and Kindle Fire was released as I expected. I was … Continue reading
In autumn I wrote about what I wanted – Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 64 GB. It’s now Christmas times and I have put my eyes on some other goodness – Asus eee pad transformer prime. That’s how it goes when … Continue reading
I purchase ebooks because they are easily available and easy to get rid of the DRM. When it comes to movies and TV series, things isn’t that easily available. On the Norwegian iTunes store there is no films or TV … Continue reading
I read a lot when I was young, biographies, fiction, you name it. I even read “Lord of the Rings” two or three times. I have tried to read the books several times again, but now I’m unable to read … Continue reading
I’ve developed a new habit when I get to work. Within 30 minutes of my arrival at work, I check komplett.no to see if there has been any change in the release date of Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. Then I … Continue reading
Most people have an email problem, even if they don’t realize it. If your inbox is cluttered up with too many emails, you have problems locating mail, then you have an email problem. This is how my email box on … Continue reading
I experienced that exim was slow in sending outgoing mail, it was spending a lot of time in the queue, resulting in customer complains. So I started to google what could be done to increase performance in exim. I didn’t … Continue reading
Bokskya bli nylig lansert, og jeg har endelig våget meg på å kjøpe en bok. Etter jeg hadde kjøpt en bok, så registrerte og logget jeg meg inn på m.bokskya.no med Google Chrome (som har HTML5 støtte). Boken jeg hadde … Continue reading
The slow effort on getting norwegian ebooks out to the public is starting to get somewhere. There has been a myriad of discussions, back and forth regarding prices, slow progress, taxes, book selection, where publishers will provide ebooks etc. You … Continue reading
I’m fascinated by people with passion, inspiration, happiness and creativity and everything related to self-improvement. I love reading books regarding these themes and I search for lectures by inspired people. I want so badly to be among these inspired … Continue reading
I love OneNote for taking notes, and it has been an invaluable tool at work. At home I use Mac, so at home I had to rely on Office Live, where it’s support hasn’t been good enough for me to … Continue reading
I have come across a different breed of books I’ve taken a liking too. It’s not books that are to be read for hours or even from cover to cover. The one I like best is “Teany book”, a book … Continue reading
Most people don’t like spam. It clutters up the inbox with unnecessary junk, and takes away the focus from legitimate mails. If you have your own domain like me, it gets even worse. Spammers have claimed to send mail from … Continue reading
I got a link from Espen about a guy that had taken his old, worn-out macbook and turned it into a tablet. Impressive!!! Tablet Mac Project