Earlier this week I saw the movie Catch me if you can. Highly recommended. I gave it a 9/10 on IMDB.
”An FBI agent tracks down and catches a young con artist who successfully impersonated an airline pilot, doctor, assistant attorney general and history professor, cashing more than $2.5 million in fraudulent checks in 26 countries.”
Have you seen any good movies lately? Tell me by commenting this blog note.
Yesterday I got the SIP – PSTN connection to work! Woohoo, now I can phone people from my computer and include their voice in my favorite E-Meeting software. The SIP-stack used is the NIST-SIP and the PSTN gateway is DigiSip.
Between 16.00 yesterday and 14.00 today I lost my wedding ring 🙁 🙁 I might be in the snow outside as we had a spring barbeque (yes we still have about 1 meter of snow here), in the house or somewhere on the campus as we went for a night walk before going to bed yesterday. HELP! 🙁
There is tons of information about Walt Disney World on the net (somebody wrote that the two travel sites in the world with the most information is Walt Disney World and Las Vegas) and a couple of days ago I got a tip to check out Waltopia. It contains among many other things Walt’s last movie where he presents his vision of the Experimental Prototype Community of Tomorrow – EPCOT. The movie is very interesting to watch even if you aren’t interested in details about Disney as it presents a real vision (not too many of those around these days) of how people might live. It is 24 minutes long. After watching the movie head over to the EPCOT survival page for a view of what parts of the vision exists today.
During February 2003, we spent two weeks in Hurghada, Egypt on vacation and I finally put my travel report online. We also have 379 photos from the vacation online as well the rest of our photo album. Unfortunately, this wasn’t out best vacation and I cannot really recommend Hurghada to anybody!
The Blog wave finally caught up with me and I have started yet another journal type service over. The first I ever started was actually a service I called ”news” where I reviewed ALL new websites that appeared on the WWW. How did I manage to do that you might ask? Well, this was back in 1993-94, before Internet was invented ;-). Back then everybody that created a new site (or modified it heavily) posted a message on a Usenet news group (also known as Google groups) and I checked it out and wrote a short review. I kept this up for about 1 year (updating it daily) but after mid 1994 it just became to much work (to many sites to review). Unfortunately, I don’t have any copy of these news pages anymore but if anybody out there that was around on the WWW 1993-94, and have a copy of this pages I would REALLY appreciate an email!
My family and I will be adding ”interesting” blogs about what is happening in our lifes in Luleå!
WELCOME to a new brave blog!!!