At one of the Metro stations here in Stockholm. This place is very cool.
We're in Stockholm, Sweden for the next couple days. I'm at a conference at the Mobile Life Center, in Kista, which is the high-tech neighborhood of Stockholm. Lots
This afternoon I went to the Jewish Museum Vienna. The museum is located near Stephensplatz, in the center of the city, in a building that was once the
I spent several hours on the plane working on the talk I'm giving at the philosophy of telecommunications convergence (I'm giving several others, but they're either completely informal
I spent a lot of time noticing courtyards when I was in Aarhus. In the courtyard of the hotel The old city is full of buildings that have
I'm at the Hotel Guldsmeden, a cool old-fashioned hotel with lots of twisty, curvy passages that all look alike-- kind of like that old computer game. > Pictures
(7:40 a.m., local time) Actually, I'm just leaving Kastrup airport, and heading into the city, thence on to Aarhus. But I am, in fact, in another country, on
Here are pictures from my trip to Malmo, Sweden. We start in the Copenhagen Central Station (wasn't I just here?) (Update, 10 May 2005: The DSB's online trip planner has train schedules, fares, etc.. It's really excellent.).
Look at that woodwork!
Very impressive stuff
In the interests of keeping the front page of the blog from getting overloaded, I'm moving the rest of the pictures to after the jump.
Last night I turned on the TV, and just surfed through the channels. My impressions of Danish TV: One of the networks plays "Spiderman" as often as Bravo
So this is my evening in Aarhus. It's a beautiful city. If I was single, I'd move here.
I got off the train, found a map of the city, and saw that I could get to the hotel by walking up a pedestrian street. It didn't look like a bad walk, and I figured I could use the exercise.
Let's see, can I find the pedestrian street? Where could it be? Hmmm.....