I’ve just learned that Barbara Mertz, who wrote the wonderful Amelia Peabody books under the name Elisabeth Peters, died one month ago, at the age of 85. Those books gave so much pleasure, and inspired and guided our trip to…
The first thing that has to be said about “Inferno” is that it is much better than Dan Brown’s last effort, the disappointing “The Lost Symbol”. Inspired by Dante’s “Divine Comedy”, “Inferno” takes symbologist Robert Langdon on a tour of…
In the forest 15, a photo by radiowood on Flickr. Kottlasjön, Lidingö, Sweden, May 19, 2013.
In the forest 14, a photo by radiowood on Flickr. Kottlasjön, Lidingö, Sweden, May 9, 2013.
In the forest 13, a photo by radiowood on Flickr. Kottlasjön, Lidingö, Sweden, April 14, 2013.
In the forest 12, a photo by radiowood on Flickr.
radiowood2000’s photostream on Flickr.
A welcome little bit of France has arrived in Stockholm. I didn’t post much during our nine months in Strasbourg. I’ve now been back in Sweden as long as I was away (which seems amazing), and I should have taken…
Icicles, originally uploaded by radiowood2000. Icicles outside the front door.
Nobel economics prize 2012 (mp3)