Category Archives: Scandinavia
På tio år har svenskarnas syn på reklam rasat till bottennivåer. 2005 hade 44 procent en positiv inställning, i dag är samma siffra 18 procent, visar en ny undersökning från Novus. Mest ”störande” är reklam i mobilappar och på videotjänsten … Continue reading
OK, I am in Iceland and the past week has been pretty hectic. The flight went OK and also my short stay in Copenhagen, where I took part in the board for language understanding within the Nordic Council of Ministers … Continue reading
Went on a concert yesterday with the Swedish Pink Floyd cover band P-Floyd. It was magical!
Today it was exactly two years ago Geir Haarde hold his “Guð blessi Ísland”- speech to the Icelandic nation. This last desperate call for divine powers to save Iceland, “God Bless Iceland”, has become one of the most famous tokens … Continue reading
Am I too demanding? Do I demand too much from life? Some friends tell me so, but I don’t know. I just want to be happy, I guess that is not that radical? I’m a really sensible loving person but … Continue reading
Some 8,000 people by some counts gathered in front of the Icelandic parliament last night protesting the Left-wing government’s handling of Iceland’s domestic economic situation. Still many households face mounting debts and foreclosures and a common feeling is that Jóhanna’s … Continue reading
During the summer I’ve been to the Faroe Islands during the annual Olavsøka festival. I filmed some guys at a bar who were really talented. Take a look at the plastic beer glass- drum player! 🙂 Enjoy! Olavsøka