September 28: New portfolio image
I added the image Bette Davis to the portfolio.

August 27: New portfolio image
I added the image Charlie Chaplin to the portfolio.

March 28: New portfolio image
I added the image Björk to the portfolio.

December 7: Nya recept!

Min chokladreceptsida innehåller numera även recept på saffranstryffel och Bounty.

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Greatest Hits
Links to some of my most popular pages:
->   World domination
I've made an attempt at taking over the world. I didn't succeed very well.

->   Ingen reklam, tack!
In Swedish. Bisarra skyltar som man kan skriva ut och sätta på sin dörr

->   My comics
Some comics I've written and drawn.
->   AI Pengo
A Java game that you can play in your web browser.
Weird or interesting web pages that I've found.
April 17:

->  The Confidence Gap
Men consistently overestimated their abilities and subsequent performance, and women routinely underestimated both. The actual performances did not differ in quality.
Among Anderson’s students, those who displayed more confidence than competence were admired by the rest of the group and awarded a high social status. “The most confident people were just considered the most beloved in the group,” he said. “Their overconfidence did not come across as narcissistic.” Anderson thinks the reason extremely confident people don’t alienate others is that they aren’t faking it. They genuinely believe they are good, and that self-belief is what comes across.
Women suffer consequences for their lack of confidence — but when they do behave assertively, they may suffer a whole other set of consequences, ones that men don’t typically experience. A host of troubling research shows that they can still pay a heavier social and even professional penalty than men do for acting in a way that’s seen as aggressive. If a woman walks into her boss’s office with unsolicited opinions, speaks up first at meetings, or gives business advice above her pay grade, she risks being disliked or even—let’s be blunt—being labeled a bitch.

April 16:

->  US Is an Oligarchy, Not a Democracy, says Scientific Study
Researchers from Princeton University and Northwestern University have concluded, after extensive analysis of 1,779 policy issues, that the U.S. is in fact an oligarchy and not a democracy. Their study, to be published in Perspectives on Politics, found that 'When the preferences of economic elites and the stands of organized interest groups are controlled for, the preferences of the average American appear to have only a minuscule, near-zero, statistically non-significant impact upon public policy'.

The authors clarify that the data available are probably under-representing the actual extent of control of the U.S. by the super-rich: 'The real-world impact of elites upon public policy may be still greater.'

April 15:

->  Meerkats!

April 14:

->  Raising a Moral Child
When a child has behaved well, praise character, not actions. Conversely: criticize actions, not character. Expressing disappointment is effective — it communicates disapproval of the bad behavior, coupled with high expectations and the potential for improvement. The example you set by your actions matters more than your words.

April 11:

->  Tysk tidning för hundhatare
Det första numret, med bland annat artiklar om mopsar och pudlar, har finansierats genom crowdsourcing och planen är att ”Tidskriften för den tyske hundfienden” ska komma ut fyra gånger om året.

->  What If Everything You Knew About Poverty Was Wrong?

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Martin Rebas
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