Hello and Welcome!
Well, look what you’ve done. You’ve stumbled across yet another blog, which may or may not be of interest to you. Now that you’re here, you might as well find out a bit more about me.
As the name of the blog implies, I’m an American living in Oslo, Norway. I moved here in June 2008, after spending over a year and a half in London. My family considers me a world traveler, but I know many people who have been more places than me, so I don’t think 4 continents really qualifies me as a “world traveler”. I’m just someone who wanted to do something different, and the opportunities that have presented themselves let me here.
I’m an IT worker – providing support for a major product that most people will never know they’re using, but provides important functionality to public and private sites all over the world.
I’m going to use this blog to talk about the good and bad things that come with living in Oslo. Hopefully I’ll be able to make sure the good things outweigh the bad things. Shortly, though, I’ll post about Telenor, the major phone provider, and definitely not a good company.