How to import Suunto Movescount in Apple Healthkit

Finally, after a few hours of power-googling I solved it. Well, someone else solved it for me. By installing the free app Rungap you are able to import data from Suunto Movescount to Apple Healthkit. It also makes it possible to import data from Runkeeper, even manually entered data. (Currently the Runkeeper app only shows data recorded on IOS8 devices […]

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Excellent free course for iOS 8 Swift app development

Found this the other day, free online course from Stanford University teaching iOS 8 and Swift app development for iPhone and iPad. Give it a go! It is available in iTunes U, thus you need iTunes installed on your computer. You can view it on your iPad or iPhone as well. Here is the link: Developing […]

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Solution to Google App Engine, localhost, HTTP Error 403 Forbidden, Python, Django

Finally, after hours of power-googling, I have solved it. It was the damn proxy that made it impossible to try out the app locally. My computer needs a proxy to connect to the outside network, but Python does not really like this. So now I disable the proxy before I start the local google appserver […]

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Getting things done using Trello

As always, keeping track of what should be done and doing the correct prioritization are the keys of an effective workplace (and of course execution). Try Trello! (It’s free) Look below for tips on how to take control of your workday. A while back we used a free service called Trello to manage a small […]

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Skellshop slår upp portarna!

Äntligen slår Skellshop.nu upp portarna. Här kan du köpa svensktillverkade armband och nyckelringar gjorda i materialet paracord. Du hittar dem även på Facebook (Skellshop). Armbanden kommer göras i ditt favoritlags färger, utbudet utökas hela tiden. Just nu finns många varianter som tilltalar hockeyfansen i Skellefteå. Paracord är från början lina som användes till fallskärmar, men numera används […]

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How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week

Read this interesting article on how to decrease your workload. Actually thinking about trying it out. What do you say as a manager, good idea? Anyone tried it? How to Go From Working 60 Hours a Week to 40 By Sending 2 Emails a Week | Fire Me I Beg You | Summer of Quitting […]

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Thursday bits and pieces 19 June 2014

This week I have found some interesting articles: 10 Project Management Dos – Great list with some of the most important things you should focus on as a Project Manager. How Atomic Particles Helped Solve A Wine Fraud Mystery – Radiation is used to test the authenticity of a bottle of wine. Is this how IKEA handles its most devoted […]

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Fixing broken plastics

Today I found my computer headset under the wheel of my office chair. It was broken. Since it is plastic it is usually not very easy to fix with glue. Some super glues might be able to bond, if it likes the plastic. The solution today was to use Polycaprolactone (PCL), a non-toxic polyester thermoplastic. It melts […]

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