Who I am

To compliment the much, much older about this site page, here are a few quick words about who I am: a dance and computing enthusiast, educated at Oslo University and London Contemporary Dance School (3-year BA in dance, followed by a year touring with EDge, the school performance group). I have so far lived in London, Lyon, Oslo and a little in Tokyo.

While studying dance and afterwards I have been working part-time for Opera Software as a customer service consultant and later on the core QA team. In QA, JavaScript issues is my special responsibility, but I'm dabbling in Java and plugin stuff too. I enjoy my computer hobby/job, meanwhile I'm still dancing daily and doing auditions.

Things that I'm excited to learn more about include languages and literature, different cultural traditions, computing, the Internet and of course classical ballet and contemporary dance. Just explore this site for more stuff about any of that :-)

This site focuses on thoughts and interests, by design. It does not often deal with my work since I have a separate blog for such purposes. Finally, even though I intended to keep my more personal thoughts private this site also contains some personal stuff well hidden in a corner.

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From MIKE     on 2006-02-01 20:40:35

HI !!

I'm your friend from opera.com
I really like your web.

From Symone'     on 2006-05-19 18:57:19

i am a black girl trying to make white friends. i go 2 a school where there alot of white people there.in my class there r only 4 black kids in my class, including me. so if you r a white girl, please email me back!!!

yo girl Symone' AKA TWEETY

From Symone'     on 2006-05-19 19:01:26

i am a black girl from opera.i really like yo web web and i also like 2 view it because it is very cool and i know it took u a really long time 2 do this page, especialy if u had 2 do it by yo self.

Again this yo girl Symone'
Holla back
AKA TWEETY

From Prof.M.Sorimangaraja Sitanggang     on 2006-06-17 07:31:14

Hallo Hallvord, how are you?
This is your friend from Indonesian, can you help me how to make a website
and how to publish my frontpage file.Thank you before.

I'm get a wait for your question my best friend and my great friend on computer.

From norman_syah Put_ra     on 2006-12-15 23:50:13

Dear great Friend

Hi hallvord take a long months not give you my news. how are you friend...
- I got problem on my body when access http://www.lalat.com.
- what's that means finger play programs ?

I hope you take a view time I mean to help me how to learn thats programs.

your best friend on Opera

From MEHR KIAN     on 2007-12-24 19:33:56

Hi hallvord it's a long times no news. how are you your kind wife and children's...Merry Christmas have a fruitfully new year keep connection.
all the best
mehrkian

From haval     on 2008-08-17 06:05:12

hi do you want to be frind please answer me soon its my cell phone 07504772851

From Jiu     on 2010-01-08 17:21:45

I've run through your page while searching for address book topic for Opera, I wonder whether you are practicing Yoga, that display picture. Wow, I tried to master that even basic posture, the head stand but with no success.

Greeting from Thailand!

From Jeffrey Needle     on 2010-02-17 23:51:28

Hello! Just used your conversion program to convert my csv files to the proper format. One conversion, however, didn't work, and it stymies everyone. The source file is from Seamonkey (Mozilla-based). The Notes field has mailing addresses for a group of book reviewers who I supervise. The export file has cr/lf after each element of the address. When you convert it, it picks up the first element -- the reviewer's name -- and ignores the rest. It looks like it's creating a number of blank records at the end of the address book. Is there a way to get the entire address field into the proper place in Opera? Again, I'm coming from the Notes field in Seamonkey to the postaladdress field in Opera. Thanks.