The Model X is great and I might share more one day, but what was the coolest part of the day was the actual trip! Spending hours of time with my boy talking about cars, politics, music and playing silly games was just incredible.
I have a dilemma! In my business life I am building amazing mobile apps, in my personal life I need to restrict the use of mobile apps. What to do? Every morning around 7.30 somebody needs to remind my oldest son that school is about to start. It is not that he doesn’t know this … Continue reading Can there be too much mobile?
This week my wife and our oldest son take a couple of days off. We do this every few months. One parent and one of our kids go on a tour. This helps us to find quality time for each kid and is also a great way to get off the treadmill for a few … Continue reading The Baby killed the Internet
I have had the good fortune to grow up in a world (or a bubble) that didn’t care about the sexual orientation of the people around me. My first boss was gay and I didn’t even realise that until years later. Today Tim Cook posted on BloombergBusinessweek that he is proud to be gay. He paints … Continue reading We Are All Gay
Today, like any Sunday, I made my way to church. Since the Sitrion user group brought me to the wonderful city of Chicago I was really looking forward to see my friends in my old congregation. Many of which I haven’t seen since I lived in the windy city many years back. As I get … Continue reading Offline Sucks
I was on my way to a 25th company anniversary and you can image my anxiety leaving the house on the iPhone delivery date. Just thinking about the idea of the UPS driver turning around the corner with the most important thing an UPS driver could ever deliver and I am not at home? What … Continue reading My UPS Graph and the new iPhone
The question on Scottish independency explained. I am not sure if they should do it or not but I can say that my perception of Scotland is so positive while I wasn’t even there, yet. Need to work on that! (Source: https://www.youtube.com/)
Every 3-4 years we take a months to travel the world. And every time I get asked: “Really? One month?” Well, yes one month! If you like to see something, experience something, you need time. Especially traveling with kids requires time as they need a moment to adjust to a new environment, learn, trust, experiment. … Continue reading Take Your Time
On our trip through the US we stopped at major landmarks. We went to Ellis Island in New York, to learn about the millions of immigrants that started a new life, that even built a new country. We moved on to see Capitol in Washington to learn how equal rights and a new democracy was … Continue reading Family US Tour 2014
On the tail end of our month tour through the US I was walking home with my family from dinner on 59th street to our apartment on 76th street. It was about 8pm and as we head north on Madison Avenue we talked about all the things families talk about. The day at the zoo, … Continue reading New York Sidewalk