It is important that you understand that this blog is my own space. The opinions and content that I publish here should not be read as official opinions of my current or my former places of work!

This is Thomas’ blog about computers, the Internet, programming, CSS & Design, Hi-Fi, music, movies, Spain, the universe and everything (in that order). I’ll be sharing my thoughts and experience about bits and pieces and things you probably never thought of as issues…

Boring? Well, that’s up to you to decide! I’ll write about the things that matters to me anyway, which is the whole point of running a blog isn’t it? There are already insane amounts of information out there, why should I bother you with something that I did not find seriously interesting? If you choose to subscribe to my feed I will not overload you with posts. When something shows up, it should be interesting.

Facts about me:

Name: Thomas Egtvedt

Lives in Spain

Educated glaciologist from the university of Oslo.
Working as a Web Developer for a multi-national corporation. Administrator and main developer/designer at evaria.com. Besides updating and creating websites for my employer I also do freelance jobs and are currently managing 10+ business websites for external clients. Affordable pricing along with unique response time ensures client loyalty. Therefore I’ve never lost a client, something I believe speaks for itself…

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Have a great day!

3 Comments on “About”

  1. Where did you get the name Evaria? I have ancestors named Evaria and I am trying to track the origin of it.

  2. Hi Jay,
    as I’m sure you know finding a domain name is not an easy task. In my case I wanted something in Latin in order to honour my father-in-law, a great man who passed on a bit too early.

    Varia is latin and translates to; variety, changeableness, differences, diversity, changeability.

    As I felt this was a good general description of what I wanted my website to be, I went with it. Then I added the e (electronic) as a reference to the kind of medium (Internet) being used (like they’ve done with email etc.).

    Regarding your ancestors I really can’t help you out. Wikipedia has a few leads, but it stops there.

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