@TheNextWeb: Why unfollowing is a good thing on Twitter

So, my latest blog for TheNextWeb.com has just gone online:

You are not your Twitter timeline. That much is obvious. Your Twitter experience is created by people you follow. If you’re on Twitter to grow, to become a better professional player in your field, then read along. Because it’s time to reconsider who you’re following and why. Why now? Why NOT now?

Read the rest:

Why unfollowing is a good thing and why you should make lists on Twitter >>

‪Laura Marling sings about Sophia‬‏

I quite enjoyed the first album of Laura Marling (Alas I Cannot Swim) and her live set supporting Elbow (I think?) in Groningen was amazing. Her second album (I Speak Because I Can) failed to make a big impact on me, though I enjoyed some of the songs. I was surprised when I heard that her next album was already ready for release. Here’s the new single from that new album, called Sophia. Don’t be surprised if you hear drums…‪

Laura Marling – Sophia‬‏ – YouTube.

New domain, new start

I’ve had this domain for the past year or so… So far it linked to THIS Flavors.me-page, which provided a nice stylish overview of my web activities. I’ve also been blogging in English the past years. Those blogs were about my life and my attempts to write songs on my guitar. While I haven’t given up on the rock ‘n roll dream the “Nobody Knows Stefan”-identity of my blog didn’t really suit the blogs anymore. I mainly blogged about my articles for other websites and life as a young tech journalist… There’s nothing “Nobody Knows” about that. Thus, this new blog.

Of course, I can promise that I will write every day, or even every week… I won’t though, so I won’t promise it. I’ve got a pretty busy schedule with a full-time job, PLUS writing articles every week for several blogs. I will, however, link to the articles I write elsewhere (the English ones, at least) and post videos, music and links I like. Currently, I’m mainly writing about technology, so expect some opinions about that here as well. In addition, I hope to write longer updates once a month or so. So feel free to look forward to that.

Finally, if you have any questions, feel free to send me an e-mail via the Contact Page. I am always interested in your opinions. If you want me to write something for you. Get in touch too. I would love to hear from you!