As you might have discovered by now, I've changed the theme for this website. I downloaded a theme named niftyCorners, and now I intend to customize it. I look forward to getting a design with a bit more character on this page.
Also, Drupal was updated yesterday, so I've updated all my sites to 4.7.1. It went like a breeze. Good job, Drupal-people.
So, I've changed webhosting-companies. Now I use TextDrive.
I won't go into a long story about what has driven me to this, but all I can say is that I've had a lot of trouble with hosting in the past, and now I've gotten to the point where I've realised that cheap hosting is... cheap. And for a reason.
So now I pay a lot more for it, but at least I'm sure it works the way I want it to. It's definetely worth it.
So, today, I've been out eating sushi with my immediate boss, Asbjørn and another friend, who happens to own an IP-telephony-operator. So that's really interesting. It looks like I'm going to get a little work from them on the side, mainly the installation of phone systems for some of their customers, plus that I'm going to set up their website in Drupal.
That aside, sushi ain't too bad. It's the second time I've had sushi, and I'm still not too crazy about the seaweed-contaminated rolls, but the fish is real good. But I'd still rather have something else.
I can hardly comprehend that it is no more than two weeks ago that I lived in a very small room with two other boys. Now I live in this big, wonderful house, stuffed to the brim with warm and friendly people – and I have a room of my, although not a very big one.
And my new job is very exiting. I've learned a lot this week, when it comes to accounting and the like. I really enjoy doing something thats mentally challenging for a change.
So, we've finally gotten internet at our apartment. That's really nice. Currently, I'm in the process of changing webhosts for this domain. My current webhosting-deal has expired, and I still have free webspace at my other webhost -- same place I host hoegh.org. So right now I need to move database and stuff. I pray that nothing breaks in the process.
I'm currently going through a strange phase in my life. I have goals and visions for my future, but the way to accomplishing them is still a bit in the dark for me.
Currently, I'm contemplating a move to Zealand (one of the two large Danish isles). I hope to be part of a larger community of christians working to change the nation of Denmark for the better. I've sent my applications, and I'm still waiting for the answer. Waiting is tough on me.
Yes, I finally got fed up with Joomla!. Joomla! is a very nice and shiny system, but that simply doesn't change the fact that the underlying system is a hacky job. It has too many flaws -- and then there's the politics. A core-developer peddling stuff that could (and should) be part of the core as proprietary add-ons -- that gives a rotten stench -- at least in my eyes. Joomla! is a good effort, but there seems to be too many vultures around, trying to earn money on it. Too bad.