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(no subject) [Apr. 13th, 2012|05:14 pm]
Hi. Is anyone still out there? It's been a while again.

I miss Livejournal and the community we had here in the early 00s. Writing online isn't as fun anymore, it's not as rewarding. I miss the community we had here. It made me more creative. The feedback and comments were great. Like a private Facebook where we could choose what we wanted to share and how.

I've been thinking, I'd like to put together a kind of Livejournal retrospective. A sort of online scrapbook, probably using tumblr.

I'd like to put together a collection of our favourite entries and photos. Some memories from the past, but also a short text about where we are today. I sometimes stumble across old livejournal friends online and feel happy to have rediscovered them. Others have disappeared from my online radar and I wonder what they're doing today. I'd like to have a way of reconnecting us.

If you're still there. Is this something you (all of you) would like to help me out with?
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Brighton [Aug. 5th, 2010|03:32 pm]

A couple of weeks ago I went to Brighton to research a travel reportage for Hufvudstadsbladet. I like Brighton. Everytime I go I expect to love it. I get all giddy and excited on the train. I question my decision to live in London. I day-dream about moving closer to the sea. Then I actually get there and realize why I haven’t. The sea is there, but so is the smell of stale doughnuts, Saturday night piss and beer.

I interviewed a tarot reader on the promenade who compared it to Las Vegas. “What happens in Brighton stays in Brighton, people come here to let loose sexually”, he said. Then he read my fortune and told me I would have a relaxing day.

And since I believe in fortune tellers I did. I walked around, chatted to the locals, took plenty of photos and had some ice cream. It was hot, even though you can’t really tell from the pictures.









Originally published at Onthetrain. You can comment here or there.

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O hai internet [Jun. 24th, 2010|06:50 pm]

Hello and Welcome. I can’t remember how many times I’ve written that on this site. For some reason onthetrain always seem to give me a bad case of writer’s block . Maybe because in my mind this is supposed to be my “official site”. Anyway, this is a fresh start… again.

Here you’ll eventually find tidbits about what’s happening in my life and also a portfolio of sorts. Currently my projects are taking me all over London and some parts of the UK, but no farther. I’m putting my traveling boots on the shelf for a bit and I’m juggling radio, writing and a larger project that I kind of want to keep secret at the moment.

Stay tuned, because hopefully I’ll actually start updating this time around.

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(no subject) [Nov. 27th, 2009|11:02 pm]
  • Omg finally getting somewhere with the disability story. It's been a long week. #
  • Also on another note. Nick Broomfield is my hero! Almost died of happiness when I found some of his films on 4 on demand. #
  • Was completely awestruck when I watched this for the first time. He just tells the most amazing stories tinyurl.com/yc38e3j #
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(no subject) [Nov. 25th, 2009|11:02 pm]
  • The most hectic part of being a journo is when you can't find interviewees. Deadlines are nothing compared to waiting for the phone to ring #
  • Praying to the gods of PR to be kind to me today. Please find me a nice person to interview, preferably tomorrow. thx. #
  • Ok... things are moving. Not stuck in journalistic limbo anymore. Phew. Thanks guys! #
  • lol RT @niklasf RT @adamcoomes: "Google Wave was built to show younger people how older people feel when they try to use the internet" #
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