Archives for June, 2008

Pictures from Hahvahd

I took some pictures during the weekend. It’s mainly Harvard Law School, some of facilities of Harvard College and Cambridge. I’m still waiting for a nice weather to take pictures of Harvard Business School and Harvard Kennedy School. You can find the pictures here.

My Harvard Summer

As some of you might know I’m in Boston right now doing summer courses at Harvard Summer School. Before we go any further with this post, please bear in mind that the proper way to say “Harvard” is (more or less) Haahvaahd. Just imagine eating a hot potato and saying “Harvard” with a strong British accent. Yup, you got it.
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Thank you

Four days ago I decided to publish the webpage. Since that time I’ve received many e-mails and lot’s of support and advice regarding my webpage. Thank you everybody, it helped a lot, I’m considering many improvements – among them the newsletter concept. I have been told that RSS is a way better idea, I’ll consider it. I have already added this option on the website.

Please let me know if you have any other suggestions regarding the layout or structure of the webpage. Thank you so much!

My webpage!

So, finally after all those years I’ve decided to create my own webpage. Why did I set up my webpage? First of all, I want it to be a sort of business card – at this address you’ll be able to find all the information about me and all information about how to contact me. Besides that I’m planning to write about some highlights from my life, just to keep you guys updated. As you might now, I’m also passionate about American politics – I’ll try to provide you my thoughts on what’s going on right now. And since Barack Obama, just clinched his democratic nomination yesterday, you can expect it’s going to be a very, very hot summer in politics.
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Current Highlights

Beginning February 2011 I have started a new job at Google in its EU HQ in Dublin, Ireland. I will be responsible for AdWords-related issues for the UK / Ireland market.

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