tisdag, april 20, 2004

All my comments have disapeared

I hope it is a temporary thing, Haloscan's web site doesn't say anything unusual....

måndag, april 19, 2004

10000 Cards - Call for help

Some crazy person needs 10000 Cards to make a collage. Artwork, written work etc
Will I contribute?? I don't know yet....

söndag, april 18, 2004

Got this from Jes6ica

I want everyone who reads this to ask me three questions, no more no less. Three is the number thou shalt ask, and the number of the questions shall be three. Ask me anything you want. Then I want you to go to your journal, copy and paste this allowing your friends (including myself) to ask you anything.

lördag, april 17, 2004

What to Do in the Darkness

I found this at the Upper Room Weavings and quite liked it.

Go slowly
Consent to it
But don’t wallow in it
Know it as a place of germination
And growth
Remember the light
Take an outstretched hand if you find one
Exercise unused senses
Find the path by walking it
Practice trust
Watch for dawn

(by Marilyn Chandler McEntyre)permalink

Another note on the Memespread Project..

I just read the following at arbesman.net (That's the guy who started the memespread project):

"Difficulty of Spreading Memes

I have learned, after an abortive attempt at my final project, that it is very difficult to create a meme which will be highly "infectious." Books such as The Tipping Point and Spread Your Ideavirus do a good job of recognizing that not any old idea will work. I guess this is the lesson of such things as guerilla marketing campaigns as well." Permalink

It seems like it wasn't the most successful project. I wonder what it takes to get something spread at the blogosphere?? I know that my first blog today is one of these.... Any thoughts??

On others blogs....

This one pops up on many blogs nowday...

Grab the nearest book.
Open the book to page 23.
Find the fifth sentence.
Post the text of the sentence on your blog.

"Even for a few hours, let's plan to get away."

From 'These High, Green Hills' by Jan Karon

I saw this one most recently at DebWire

torsdag, april 08, 2004

onsdag, april 07, 2004

Wild Release #6

This one I released at one of my regular releasing spots, Salong Noblesse in the restroom.....

The journal at BookCrossing for Domina by Barbara Wood you'll find here...

Wild Release #5

Thanks to a fellow bookcrosser who blessed me with post-it release notes, bookmarks, labels etc (Thank You so much.... you know who you are....) I got inspiration back again for wild releasing.

I released this one here at Coffee Cup, a running book at a running coffee cup seemed fitting somehow....

The book is Gudarnas Gunstlingar by Colleen McCullough and you find it here...

I'm just trying to post photos from my Fotolog here...

Let's see if it works...

This is my first entry ever to Photo Friday. This weeks theme was 'Atmosphere'.
Here is my Fotolog.

tisdag, april 06, 2004

I have just come home from...

seeing The Passion of the Christ. Or maybe experiencing is the right word....it is very visual and somehow I would want to think that Jesus didn't go through all that pain, but, really it most probably was as cruel as this or even worse. Crucifixion is really the most painful and cruel death you can imagine.

Some say this movie is anti-Semitic, but I couldn't see that, there are good Jews and bad Jews, as there are good Romans and bad Romans and as it is good and bad people all over the world in all times. My pastor, he is a Messianic Jew who grew up in the Jewish faith and tradition, he says he can't find any anti-Semitism in "The Passion of the Christ"

Well, I won't waste more words right now... I have enough to think about and go through without messing around with words. I guess though I'll come back to this later...

Sleep well all friends out there!!! And...
guys... if you haven't seen this movie.... go and see it!

söndag, april 04, 2004

Thought for the day

I haven't been blogging for a while, "real life" has been busy enough. Today I just want to share a word from one of the best movies around: The Shawshank Redemption.

"Get start busy living or get start busy dying"

I recently saw it again and my, I understand why it is ranked the second top movie all times, I sure does trigger a lot of thoughts about how you are living your life. Andy Dufresne is one of the people who manages to live above your actual circumstances. No, I am not talking about taking loans and living above your monetary situation, but to have a plan and a goal in life no matter how bad your life is right now... Sure is something to think about!!
One of my best friends have had this phrase as her personal motto for a very long time and thinks it changes her way of looking at the situation what ever it is....

Blog Survey

I just got a mail from Blog Search Engine, it appears that a student from Switzerland, Daniel Jorg, has put together an excellent survey for bloggers and blog readers which should lead to some excellent research results. I just took it and it was good questions so here is a chance for you to take the Survey.


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