About the blogger
One monkey, one keyboard¹
Current occupation: Freelance journalist, writer and photographerFollow @sungame
For a living, I write and speak about science (everything from archaeology to primatology to cybernetics) and culture (literature, music and movies).
I’ve published two non-fiction books for children.
The second, on snow, is called Faktisk Snø (Gyldendal 2014, also in Norwegian).
When I’m not writing, I read, listen to music, watch movies, play games, ski, canoe, hike, bike, climb, sail, boat and enjoy both culture and nature in just about any way I can think of.
I am not currently a member or supporter of any political party. Politically, I belong in the lower left quadrant of the Political Compass: Economically left, socially libertarian
Want to know more?
I have a Google+ account, and am currently trying out Diaspora. More info on my professional career can be found in my profile on LinkedIn. If you want quicker and shorter updates than this blog provides, please follow me on Twitter: @sungame.
Those of you who read Norwegian, can also find me on Bokelskere.no.
¹Please note that, when likened to primates other than humans, I would prefer to be referred to as a bonobo, which is not really a monkey but an ape. However, the infinite monkey theorem, which I am paraphrasing in the heading is known as just that, not, as would have been more appropriate in my case, the infinite ape theorem.
²You can also read my articles in Norwegian at Forskning.no.
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