The saturday morning flight to Munchen is full of immigrants, mainly young men and some families, and me. I even hear some Italian words mixed with arabic and norsk. I am a bit moved and I hope they are happy to go home wherever they go. Do not speak negatively about immigrants. It hurts me if you do.
I cannot say that Tappetina is a success in term of books sold or visits on http://www.tappetina.com. But I want to do like my mentors, like for example Alf Inge and I do not give up. Neither kahoot or Rome was build in a day. I hope children had fun even if Tappetina was not prepared for children age 4!
Kjærlighetspodden er fantastisk bra, det handler om livet, kjærlighet, følelser, romaner. Alt jeg liker i livet, ikke så mye data, men det kan jeg leve med 🙂
Sissel Gran og Catrin Sagen – takk. Jeg anbefaler til alle, har du mobil, har du podcast, du har ingen unnskyldninger.
My grandmother used to say many sayings that still supervise and amuse me. One was this “bada al di la’ del tu’ naso”. It means “look beyond your nose”.
We look at China and US. Read this article The real reason a Chinese university has beaten MIT in the engineering rankings. U.S. News & World Report‘s ranking of global universities by subject area, released that for the first time, the ranking names a Chinese university as the world’s best university for engineering. You may say it is quantity, you may say rankings are not important, I say we should look beyond our nose.
I am very proud that we start a cooperation program under the auspice of NFR INTPART with Tsinghua University (that has been recently ranked over MIT), Georgia Institute of Technology, and Nanjing University.