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I stumbled upon an open-source and freeware gallery program and quickly installed it. Now I am testing it and it seems to work well. The design is not so fancy, though!
Jag råkade hitta ett program för bildgallerier (öppen källkod och gratis) och installerade det genast. Nu testar jag det och det verkar funka. Designen är inte så kul, dock!
When trying to switch from English to Swedish on the front page, Drupal still shows the English text for "drupal/sv". The Swedish version can still be reached via "Hem", though. Other language switching available works between pages in Swedish and English.
Of course I can link externally to the Swedish front page, but it is still irritating to find the English text under "dupal/sv". I have to look into this.
Jag undrade just när de skulle dyka upp — latituder och longituder i reklam för outlets, caféer och designbutiker på landet. Och i år hände det. Kommer vi att se nya mönster utvecklas för loklisering av detaljhandel, kultur och andra attraktioner, mönster som förändrar relationerna mellan centrum och periferi i urbana regioner?
I was wondering when they would appear — latitudes and longitudes in advertisements for countryside shops, cafes and other attractions. This year they did. Will we see new patterns of localization of businesses and other attractions evolve, changing the relations between the centre and periphery of urban regions?
Lately, I have been working hard to make the site bilingual. I want at least the most important pages to be available in Swedish as well as in English. In situations like that, Drupal sometimes appears be a bit difficult to see through. There is a lot of information available, but not exactly the one you need. However, yesterday I found the instructions I needed, and now the work has begun to make translation and to allow the easy switch between English and Swedish.
Mobile broadband promises the freedom to reach the internet wherever you are. You are no longer stuck in places with fixed network access, like home, workplace and the privileged “hot spots” of the city. When driving, cycling, walking, trekking, and spending time in remote places, mobile broadband always gives you full access to your global connections, on your laptop or mobile. Work wherever you want.
Checking out the websites of colleagues, I am often inspired to make changes in my own. This time I borrow parts of the layout of Robert Willim's homepage. Going on/Coming up is his right hand side list of activities he is taking part in:
Look in the right column and you will see that I try to follow his example!
The imbroglios of amateur architecture
Today, after having (re)learnt some html and after having spent not so few hours making changes and corrections, I uploaded the image loop. It contains 20 or so images, (randomly well chosen) from my archives. The idea was to display images that tell about how I relate to cities and architecture. Check for yourself of it works: http://www.tomaswikstrom.nu/image_loop/loop_start.html
And today I am Per Tomas
is my latest blog entry on Places, phones and mobilities
"Cell phones are certainly nothing new to the village where I like to spend my summers. However this is the first year that I notice them as a sound feature of the rural landscape.
Ubiquitous computing and social media
Lite tillspetsat i journalistisk anda – men mina tankar kring spår och markerngar på stadens väggar som uttryck för konkret demokrati presenteras bland nyheterna på Malmö högskolas webbplats.
In Swedish only: News about my thoughts on "the responsive city" on the Malmö University website.
A subtle revolution
Some thoughts about video calling going mobile: video interaction phase three.
Du har rätt att sätta spår!
"Det offentliga rummet. Ett begrepp som stöts och blöts. Men vad är det egentligen för rum som är offentligt? Och vad innehåller det? Vad är det som får ta plats och vilken plats tar det? " I den första artikeln av tre i Malmö fria tidning är det jag som intervjuas av Danina Mahmutovic, frilansjournalist som studerar journalistik på Skurups folkhögskola.
San Francisco work and leisure
15-17 December 2009 I visited San Francisco and, more precisely, the Mission where my sister lives. Apart from just being a tourist, I spent quite a lot of time taking pictures of all the varieties of markings that are so abundant in the Mission district. I documented everything from large and permanent murals (if that is the right word for paintings on wood sometimes covering whole buildings) to hasty and short-lived drawings. I also found types that were completely new for me. The Mission really has walls that talks — the responsivity of its streets is almost too much. More about this later on!
K-märkning av / national monument protection of GRAFFITI
Ett seminarium om graffiti, fysisk planering