Today I’m traveling to the fourth WordCamp Europe, organised this year in Vienna. It will probably be the largest WordCamp, i.e. community-organized WordPress conference ever. My thoughts however are very much in Britain, where my relatives and millions of their countrymen and -women will be voting today on whether the UK should leave the EU… Continue reading Remain
Last night I got home at 3:00 from the first ever multi-nation WordCamp, WordCamp Europe 2013 in Leiden, The Netherlands. The weekend was packed with many inspiring talks, but above all it was a unique chance to meet other developers and designers from around Europe and the world. Based on discussions I had during the… Continue reading A European WordCamp
This Summer we made a trip to nearby Denmark. We spent a week in a cottage in Jylland by the North Sea, and a few days after that in beautiful sunny Copenhagen.
Being used to the fairly sensible ways of Finnish trains and buses, the policies stated on the American Greyhound website seem quite odd: While the ticket is schedule specific, it may be used for any schedule on the correct date for the origin and destination purchased. Err, what? So they’re basically saying that the ticket is… Continue reading Buying a bus ticket in the USA