I logged in on Twitter for the first time in many years. Not much has changed. Well, that’s not true. Last time I used Twitter I was deeply involved in Ubuntu and OSS in Sweden. So my list of accounts I followed mirrored that. Now several years later my interests have changed so I started to remove many accounts and started following others.

But I have a hard time getting interested in what is published. I started to follow the police in Sweden, dead boring, I gave that up after two days.

I started to follow newsmagazines, gave that up after one day. They mostly post links to their own articles and repost others’ repost of that article. It’s a never ending loop about the same thing.

I started to follow some politicians in Sweden. This is fun, many of them brain farts several times a day. Most of them probably should not publish things online at all. And some are really smart and have good comebacks and points.

But mostly I must say I find it hard to become interested. I find it hard to get anything in a context.

So I will probably not be very active with my account.

A trip to the office

So I had some things to do at the office today. So I drove my car to Stockholm and entered the office for the first since last summer. We had a reorganization last year so my desk was removed and we are now using a first in first served principal for the workplace. But with only a handful of staff actually working in the office this is not a problem. I walked around on my floor and selected a desk far from the window. My experience is that the workplaces close to the windows are colder.

I was done with the things I needed to do about 11 o’clock. I was planning to work all day at the office, but the weather was really bad with heavy snow, so I knew the traffic would be very bad in the evening. So by lunchtime I returned to my home and worked the rest of the day remotely.

It was snowing most of the day so now we have a thick layer of white snow here in my hometown. The kids love it, and the preschool next to my home has several snowmen in the garden now.

A walk in Old Town

We spend most of our days at home now when Sweden is in a semi lockdown. I have my work space in a corner of the living room. So the walls sometimes close in on you. So today we drove to Stockholm Old Town and walked around in the small alleys and narrow streets.

The shops are open but we have restrictions on how much space you need for every customer, so many of the small shops have signs telling you that only one customer is allowed inside. But it is nice to be able to walk around and just look at things and people.

We found a coffee with good space between the tables so we went inside and had a “fika”.

A new beginning…

So this old blog is starting up again.

I stopped updating in 2015 when my daughter was born. But lately I missed writing. Just writing short texts now and then. So here we are.

I decided to write in English now. I work in a international company so I need to practice my English as much as I can.

So let’s see where this journey will take us.