Denmark

  • Legoland: An Elevated Overview

    Lost In Legoland: A Gazillion Bricks And A Mini Star Wars Geekfest

    What happens when a geek winds up in Legoland? He has loads of unfiltered fun, that’s what. You can spend hours just looking at the fantastic creations, big or small, go on fun rides or visit some of the movies and exhibitions in the designated areas. I promised myself to come back here when my kids, who is now only 5 months old, grows a few years older. If you have kids, or you would… Read More

  • Lost In Denmark: Hackers, Robots, Wacky Office Spaces And Sharks

    Lost In Denmark: Hackers, Robots, Wacky Office Spaces And Sharks

    I spent the better part of last week hanging out with some fellow tech bloggers in Denmark – in Aarhus and Billund, to be more specific – and mingling with the people who organized and traveled to attend, speak or exhibit at the Next Aarhus ‘Beautiful Mistakes’ conference and exhibition. The conference in itself was really fascinating, though not exactly TechCrunch… Read More

  • Porto: Denmark Creates Text Message Postage Stamp

    Porto: Denmark Creates Text Message Postage Stamp

    Are stamps the next thing to be made obsolete by the onward march of technology? Denmark will introduce something called the Mobile Postage beginning on April 1. It’s as it sounds: rather than slap a plain ol’ postage stamp on a piece of mail, Danish folk will instead send a text message to the post office, which will then send back a postage code. You then write this postage code… Read More

  • Lumigon T1, S1 and E1 packs Android into some gorgeous hardware

    Lumigon T1, S1 and E1 packs Android into some gorgeous hardware

    Hardware specs and software and application support are probably the biggest things we look at when deciding on a new phone, but sometimes we quickly dismiss design and aesthetics. Now we can have a generous serving of both thanks to Scandanavian manufacturer Lumigon. Read More

  • Another look at the MSI Wind, this time from Denmark

    What can we learn from this MSI Wind video review from our friends in Denmark? It is NOT waterproof. Not really. It’s what everyone on the blogs — on “The Engadget” — is talking about We may see a $100 Atom-based laptop within ten (10!) years Again, the Wind is not waterproof. The OLPC has a waterproof keyboard. Nobody knows when we’ll see the first… Read More

  • Yarrr: Pirate Bay wants compensation from IFPI

    Yarrr: Pirate Bay wants compensation from IFPI

    I beg of you not to steal the above picture. I spent a long time on it. A little courtesy, please. Ahoy, sissies! The Pirate Bay is getting set to demand a little payback from the IFPI (kind of like the RIAA but worldwide) for the little stunt it pulled a couple of months ago wherein it forced Denmark’s Tele2 ISP to block access to the Pirate Bay’s website. According to a recent… Read More

  • Video: Wind turbine self destructs

    Holy crap this is awesome. A couple wind turbines have self destructed in recent weeks and Denmark’s climate minister wants some answers. Other turbines have had the same fate abroad and chances are it’s the same in Denmark. Wind speed was around 30 m/s when the turbine killed itself. ‘The problems with the turbines abroad have had to do with poor maintenance, and if… Read More

  • The Pirate Bay does that European thing to the IFPI where you flick your two front teeth with your thumb

    The Pirate Bay does that European thing to the IFPI where you flick your two front teeth with your thumb

    The IFPI (basically the worldwide RIAA) must have been riding high when it got Denmark’s Tele2 ISP to block access to The Pirate Bay. However, according to the Pirate Bay blog, traffic is up about 12 percent in Denmark thanks to all the media hoopla surrounding the Tele2 fiasco. From the blog, So what has happened in Denmark now the past days? Actually, the number of visits from Denmark… Read More

  • Milk Desk

    Milk Desk


    Oh man, this thing is all kinds of hotness. Featuring every amenity one could possibly hope for on a computer desk, the Milk is one of those rare blends of fashion and efficiency. It has a pneumatic lift, cable exits, organizer boxes and a file slot. It sort of reminds me of the Steelcase Airtouch with less pneumatics and more slots. No idea what this beast costs, but that probably… Read More