Verifying the quality of the 3D-printer, that we'll be using to print the "cases" for the hardware I'm designing for a project. (Currently using stock RPI0, as can be seen in the second picture.)
The struggle with branding in a world with fewer and fewer available domain names is real.
I recently got Open Media ID (openmedia.id) for a project, which I'm quite happy with; but I'm also keeping an already launched commercial project simply the way that I would do consoluting, just because there's no obvoius available (domain) name for it. 😣
At least none that I'm happy with.
There's just this expectation, perhaps placed on me by myself, that I either fix someone else's problem (i.e. consult), or build a company (i.e. provide ready-made solutions); but perhaps I should just whilte label a series of products?!
No branding to deal with, no website, no nothing; just creating damn good products, and network my way to meetings with potential customers.
And, to me it's a new way of thinking. Which is an absolutely beautiful way of starting a new week.
Happy monday, everyone. 👋
My latest side-project: Open Uppsala (OpenUppsala.se).
Being "stuck" (🦠🔐) in Uppsala I realized that our small, but very talented, tech community is lacking a coordinated effort to highlight our open community; the people, businesses, and projects, that work with open source and/or open data.
So, I decided to create such a project.
Right now openuppsala.se is kept "prelaunch", to give the local community a chance to react (to make sure there's no overlap with what some other group is about to launch); and I'm also trying to get a feel for where things are heading among businesses in post-vacation time.
Resetting the timeline, and making this a journal of my current project.
This website will very much have a personal perspective; but it will be future-facing, and with a focus on the realization of technologies that I've been working on for a while now.
Short introduction: I'm originally one of those old school, Gen X, self-taught computer nerds; well versed in all things internet, down to the underlying protocols, and back through history. Starting during the dotcom-era I've also been active as a startup consultant, business developer etc. Overall making me a not too shabby strategist within a number of areas; as a technologist being both a very wide generalist, and in some areas a "deep tech" specialist.
My current project has a long-term goal that's a couple of years into the future; but along the way you'll see me develop and release some products and services.
📍(🦠🔐): Uppsala (🇸🇪)
Spending the lockdown almost exclusively in Uppsala; but drop me an email if you've got an interesting project somewhere warmer and sunnier. ;)