Friday, June 16, 2006


I hate multinationals - I hate universities - I hate by the book people

I happened to go to an interview today, for a multinational company. It stank... first of all the office stank! How can you work in a place where you aren't able to pick your nose without 100 other people watching it? Especially in Spain where it is so dry you have to do it at least twice every hour!

So I'm there in the interview with to other guys (project leaders) and I don't understand half. They start, easy questions like "what are you doing in Spain?", "how long have you been here?" "Tell us about your experience?": Of course I try my best - trying to avoid make to many mistakes! Then they get to the though questions like "What does polymorphism mean?", "what does an inner join do?" and "what's the difference between an inner join and a left join?" - well, to be honest I don't have any idea on half of all these questions: Not because I don't know what it is, but because I do know what it is - I just don't know the names.

I hate it... the same crap happened in London - but they ended up wanting to hire me anyway! Anyway I will addapt and learn and don't make the same mistake again. But right now I'm just angry.

Anyway I got home afterwards didn't an other interview that was even more crap! Got home again checked my days adsense income and realized that I made a new record on gathering more than 5 $ in one day - I only need to triple that result and I've reached my goal...

And just to boost my ranking on google for breast augmentation in Danish i'll drop this link:

Thursday, June 08, 2006

My first visitor

There is nothing like starting a new website and waiting for the first visitor. Last week I launched yesterday it then got listed in Google for the first time and it even had its first visitor from Google. Impressed and enthusiastic like a parent to it's new baby I went directly to my Google Adsense account to checked if my first visitor had clicked any ads... and my first visitor had clicked not only one ad... but TWO ads.

Danish Licence Fee

A few days ago the Danish government decided that owners of computers with a TV-tuner or an internet connection should pay a yearly licence fee of 250 euros (rough estimate) - that is of course if you don't already own a TV - this is for being able to hear the national radio and watch streamed programs on the internet from among others . I'm happy my address is at my parents (whom already pay for the TV) and I do not ever plan on owning a computer ever again, in Denmark.
Anyway my point of all this is to see how long it will take an ISP to offer a "cheap" and fast internet connection - that blocks all public service websites in Denmark and discounts the licence fee.

Sunday, June 04, 2006

Stuff in my life...

The last few months I've been rather silent - studying Spanish! I'm getting better every day so thats good stuff. Actually so good that I've started looking for a job; I got my own domain for that as well and it's rather cool: (I simply luv ranking high in google). Further I've also been to two interviews this week, much different from Denmark I think that most companies like to outsource their IT-development.
This week I've been on to getting a new webpage done, I've found a market that was wide open to exploit and so I exploited it - or rather I started doing: Lets see what comes out of it...