Summer reading

After spending a couple of weeks on Öland, I have finally had some time to read some books. It feels great; it is tough finding spare time to do much else but taking care of family (and as much business as possible) right now.

Anyway, I have been longing to read Ray Kurzweil's "The Singularity is Near" for a long time now, and it is really awesome! It's a must-read for anyone who likes to think about the future, instead of merely awaiting it. And the future might be here quicker than you think ;)

The second book I've managed to read is Johan Norberg's latest "När människan skapade världen" (not in English yet). It is at least as inspiring as his earlier book "In defense of Global capitalism", but it also shares a lot of thoughts, facts and philosophy with the older book. Available as mass-market paperback from day 1 makes it a non-brainer to read this summer, especially if you haven't read the first one.


Adam Åke Mosseby

On June 4, our baby boy Adam was born. It is truly remarkable how fun it has been to get a second child. Everyone around me said things like: "Getting a second child makes things not twice as complicated - it gets even worse!", but reality for us has been the opposite. Adam is a pretty smooth sailor...

PS. It has also helped having our fabulous grandparents around - without them, things would've been a little bit more complicated ;)