There are first movers, and then there are late movers. Clearly, I must belong to the second category. At a time when some are predicting the death of the Micro Four Thirds standard, I have been drifting slowly, but steadily towards it. It started almost two years ago, when I was on the outlook for … Read more
I have just published a book on the great lockout in 1899, which ended with the so-called September Compromise. This has formed the basis for industrial relations on the Danish labour market ever since. Unfortunately, the book has not (yet) been translated into english. But if you understand Danish, you can find more information on … Read more
Election for the European Parliament is coming up. As EU citizens, today, despite internal differences, we belong to the richest part of the world’s population. But did you know that in the late 1700s, the standard of living in Europe was hardly greater than in the rest of the world – and probably lower than … Read more
I have built myself a new darkroom. When I was young, that would have involved the use of plywood, power tools and black paint. Nowadays it’s easier: it just means putting together a new PC. It wasn’t planned to be. But one day my stationary computer just wouldn’t start up. I tried every trick in … Read more
To me, travel and photography are intimately interconnected. I would hate to go on a trip without a camera. But at the same time I don’t want to be bogged down by a lot of heavy gear. Depending on circumstances I might bring with me a couple of lenses, including a prime, such as a … Read more
At least since Bernie Sanders brought Denmark into the American political debate, but probably even before, views and information has been circulated on the net about our welfare system. Some of which is true and some of which is not. So I decided to do a little blogging on the subject. The following is written … Read more
Okay, so now we are tired of Karina Pedersen (Danish author of a much discussed book about life in the “underclass”) and her liberal friends and their anti-social and anti-historical moralistic musings about the so called underclass. Regarding history: allow me to recommend Paul Masons book Live working or die fighting – how the working … Read more
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