I’m going back to Ume in a couple of days, and this time I’m hoping for that Northern summer feeling. Oh, I suppose we have that here in Bergen too, but I’m used to Bergen, you know, and UmeÂ’s even further north. Also, there are going to be lots of interesting people at the workshop, so it should be lots of fun!

I can hardly believe that it’s four years since I was there. They streamed it live, back then, and Liz, who’d only been blogging for a couple of months, was “there”, asking questions and blogging a screenshot. Mind you, both her and my images are broken in those posts. That’s how websites age, not with wrinkles, but broken images…

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