This page is dedicated to my daughters. I hope they succeed in life.

Intro: I am self-taught…

My first meeting with digital wonders was back in the 80’s. I got a gift from my family, a video game with a wired remote control and a golden plate I pushed with my finger. This was low-end resolution video game on a tv. I loved it. Many years went by and I heard my fellow schoolmates talk about Amiga, Commodore and suddenly a personal computer. I didn’t have the resources to get one back then and my next meeting was Windows 95. This happened in a class at my school and the teacher tried to teach us MS-DOS. I hated it.

Back in 2002, I bought my first computer. It had the brand new Windows XP on board. I didn’t even know how to start the computer. And Windows XP? I hated it, kind of.

In 2005, I had enough of poor configurations, restarts, losing my work and so on. I looked for alternatives and found Linux. I fell in love. I started with SUSE Linux and today I use Linux Mint built on Ubuntu. It took me over 10 years to understand and use the terminal, and I still suck at it. But I love Linux:) Years go by and I guess it’s possible to figure things out, one step at a time.

What is this page all about?

This is my cornerstone page that will reflect all the digital content on this website.


It takes time and effort to keep up with the development. New services, new methods and technology. Information about everything at your fingertips. Apologies for the lack of content, the web pages are still under development.

How can you stay productive today?

There is such a massive production and provision of services. If you want to test them all out, it will take you a lifetime of effort. Luckily there are some great resources, I recommend a few blogs to keep up:

To stay up to date I recommend to keep your blogs in a reader of some sort. I can recommend Feedly as a great way to keep up and Pocket as a tool to keep your stuff tagged and sorted for reading later.

The advantages of reading blogs are many.

  • You keep up to date
  • get inspiration
  • new ideas
  • it can save you a lot of time, money and effort
  • you invest in personal development