Current Occupation: Student
- It doesn't look like I am, but I am working on my thesis.
- I play a lot of different games, of which Play By Mail (PBM) is my
passion, currently I play Warlord, and Monster Island, both moderated by KJC Games England. I play Role-Playing Games now and
then (or far too seldom), and am Game Master in my own Warhammer FRP
world. I have made my world map with a
program called Campaign Cartographer, which I recommend, even if this
world map is a very simple one (and it is meant to be black & white, the
colours are simply there because I forgot to convert to grey-scale).
- Far too seldom, but more often than never, I ski cross country
(winter) and run orienteering (summer). I am not active in either
but I do compete on a company level in the region. NTNU-BIL
- I also spend above average of the Police Resources as I seem to
have quite a career as a criminal. I written this about my experience
with the Police, unfortunately in Norwegian
My progress at university:
- Completed: Ex.phil, forprÝvene, IT01, IT03, IT04, IT13, Geografi
Grunnfag og Mellomfag, Geo40, Geo41, Geo42, Geo45, Sos02, Geo101, PT1,
Bi380, IT162, Hist101, Hist102, SVGEO300
- This semester (Spring 2001): Geografi Hovedfag (Major)
How to get in touch with me:
Address: Nedre Flatåsvei 119
For further info on Play By Mail games, here is a link to the general PBM
Some friends of mine with Homepages
Norway is blessed with a rich environment, and compared to most
industrial countries, we have a fair share of "untouched" nature.
Sad to say, but this is mostly due to our large mountain areas, that
are less usable for commerce than most other terrain. Forreigners
might find it interesting to know that there is a great myth that
Norwegians spend all their holidays on cottages in the mountains.
But there is some truth in it, quite many have cottages, some by the
sea, some in the mountains, and yes, there is quite some trafic to
and from the mountain areas during Easter for example. Here are some
resources on Norwegian Nature.