About a year ago, I was on the look for a new set of wireless in-ear headphones. They had to be bluetooth compatible, had to support both audio playback and phone calls, and they had to fit my ears. After reading a lot of reviews, I ended up with a set of Jaybird X3. Here are my notes on my experience with them:
Month: February 2018
A while back, Facebook introduced a feature where posts would pop up in your browser window if people respond to you. Now, I can certainly see how it is a useful feature to have, both for Facebook – it increases engagement with posts – and for users – you don’t have to leave the news feed to continue interacting. That said, I don’t like it. I would rather leave the news feed and go into a specific post if I want to follow up.
Not long before we found out that we were expecting our second child, I interviewed for a position with a well-known and prestigious international technology firm, to become one of their internal support technicians here in Norway. After a whopping four rounds of interviews, including one at the European HQ somewhere down on the European continent, I was offered the job. They offered a 10% increase in pay, and the position would see me travelling to satellite locations in the Scandinavian region two out of five days per week. It was made very clear that they would not be able to make the offer any better. I thanked them for the offer, but ultimately rejected it.