Archived old pages
Results from archælogical digs.
This is the last burial ground for old pages that no longer are
actively maintained on this web site.
Pages that have ended up here remain accessible for the public, but
are no longer updated.
Please note that this means that links are usually not checked, which
results in that you may end up somewhere completely different from what was
intended, or nowhere at all.
If you are interested in what the web looked like a few years ago, I
Internet archive, which has a
large database of historical web documents.
Quinta Essentia BBS 
The page about my web based (and regular) Fidonet BBS system that was
in operation during 1996-1999 (web based in 1999).
A demo version of what the BBS looked like is available.
Frequently Asked Questions Archive [1997-2000]
FAQ documents I used to maintain for
Unofficial Pine Patches [1998-2000]
A collection of patches for the
Pine e-mail program.
Nokia phone logotypes 
Some logotypes for Nokia phones showing the
Opera Software logotype.
The pollution pages 
Two pages about pollution, of very different kinds.
Vote Yes for the euro 
Campaign page for a yes vote to the euro, removed after the murder
of foreign minister Anna Lindh.
Guest book [1995-2004]
My guest book, which I put up only a few months after publishing my
first web page, and took down in 2004 because it then only attracted
Opera Web Browser [2002-2008]
Pages about the Opera web browser (the classic one, version 2-12).
I user Opera as my primare web browser for a very long time, and worked
for the company that produced it for several years.
I wrote about some of my experiences here.
A Swedish wolf in Norway [2004-2012]
A re-constructed copy of my old technobabble blog from the now defunct My
I wrote a lot of this while an employee at Opera Software, so there is a
lot of Opera-related information in there.