Published on April 14th, 2009
The last two times I have visited New York City, I have had the pleasure of staying at 99dolla – the most remarkable bed & breakfast in the city.
Published on November 23rd, 2008
Actually, it is not so much the fact that I want to be like everyone else, I do want to stand out in a way. I would like to end up in the position, where neither myself or anybody else perceives me as a tourist or visitor.
Published on October 2nd, 2008
Yesterday, on Wednesday October 1st, I gave a very short speech at a conference organized by IT Forum Midtjylland. The theme of the conference was “living in a digital world” and the other speakers included the likes of Marc Prensky and Anne Lise Kjaer.
Published on February 1st, 2008
The theme of the February 2008 issue of Delfinen (#138) was “Make it new”, so in my last article about New York I focused on some the current trends in NYC. What I found was that many restaurants and bars were practicing a kind of pseudo-secretness.
Published on December 1st, 2007
In my second article about New York, I focused on how to get there. How can you get to experience the life in Manhattan if you are from Denmark and do not have a work permit?
I asked two Danish students, who were doing internships at the time.
Published on November 1st, 2007
During my fall 2007 stay in New York City I wrote a series of articles about life in the city, compared to my home town Aarhus. The articles were published in the student magazine Delfinen. In this first article in what became a trilogy (published in November 2007, #136) Read more.
Published on September 8th, 2007
In the September 2007 issue of Delfinen (#134) I wrote this incredibly short power review of the graphic novel adaption of Paul Auster’s City Of Glass.
Read the full text(Danish only)