An often overlooked Viking turns an exploratory eye on Philadelphia, past and present.
As an Independence Day gift to Norwegian friends, the author suggests they – and other nations – review their U.S. bond portfolios.
A science fiction anthology’s rise demonstrates the grass-roots potential of IT.
A downside to freelancing (“self-employment” in the happy words of government agencies) is that the celebrated U.S. tax refund is slightly rarer than a UFO sighting: the independent contractor almost Read More →
Note: Having read about 50 articles on how to write blog headlines for search engine optimization (SEO) and return on investment (ROI), my considered decision was to go with this Read More →
The end of February is giving rise to a kind of media, climatic, and geographical mass effect. The 16th day of the 2010 Vancouver Olympics came on the heels of Read More →
Today I sporadically followed the results of the curling semifinals on NBC’s Olympic Web site and on my beloved Facebook group, The Norwegian Olympic Curling Team’s Pants, as I didn’t Read More →
Thanks to Facebook, I have found myself tonight not only blogging on the Norwegian Olympic curling team but waiting with bated breath for an AP scoop related to them. Some Read More →
I’m a terrific fan of the Winter Olympics. I am no fan at all of sports commentary, and I generally ignore it. But several comments on the 2010 Vancouver Olympics Read More →