A comparison of Samsung phones before and after the release of the iPhone, inspired by the ecce homo Fresco restoration in Spain.
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If you are often in very loud places where you can’t hear your iPhone’s alerts signals or feel […]
The amazing story of how Kodak invented digital photography and how the duck face ruined it.
…including how Kodak’s invention slowly ate them alive.
These are some photos from the Debaser Slussen club in Stockholm where I recently saw Andrew W.K. perform […]
A push-button lightswitch in the hallway of a Stockholm apartment building.
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K Composite Magazine consists of interviews with my friends and non-celebrities. The next issue will be an amazing new edition on the iPad. I want you to be involved.
I never thought I’d get to see Säkert perform live, but it finally happened. Better yet, you can see some highlights here in 3D.
When new technology hits the market, little attention is paid to how such advancements will affect cats.
K Composite is a magazine of engaging, colorful interviews with regular people.
“These documents don’t so much announce anything new as they do confirm everything we have always suspected.”
The Internet has really screwed up how people interact with each other. While it has made people much easier to find, it has also made people harder to lose.
For decades, Malmö was easily recognized by the image of a monstrous, seaside gantry crane. When plans were announced to remove it in the 1990’s, a movement began to establish a new icon for the city, resulting in this unique, twisting, 54-story skyscraper.
From K Composite Magazine (2000) James B. Irwin Was the Eighth Man to Walk On the Moon: The […]
In your face, Thomas Edison! The man who perfected and commercialized the incandescent light bulb would be aghast […]
Maybe you’ve heard something about this: A few decades ago, America could do anything. Liberate Europe from the […]
As we’ve learned in several previous stories, Stockholm’s Tunnelbana (subway) system is often called “the world’s longest art […]
Today, I’d like to talk about two huge financial systems in the United States and how they could […]
Over the weekend, I made custom iPhone icons for several of my websites. You can see them in […]
Last Thursday, I posted a story about the upcoming reconstruction of Stockholm’s central Slussen interchange. In detailing the […]
This picture might not mean anything to you, but it is really big news for me. This is […]
Over the weekend, Comedy Central began blocking online viewing of videos on their website for anyone outside the […]
Public stairs in Sweden almost always have accompanying ramps or elevators. The ramps are used for wheelchairs, bicycles, […]
Language, temperature, currency, distances, weight, geography. I thought my list of things I have to re-learn was complete. […]
A great deal of the writing I’ve done here has been observing the subtle differences between the people […]
In Sweden, there is a television and radio tax which supplies funding for the state-run SVT television networks […]
Here is a screenshot from the English/Svenska dictionary application on my iPhone. It allows you to search for […]
Sorry I haven’t gotten back to you, I have four billion messages! I’m not sure how or why […]
In the weeks since my iPhone service was deactivated, I have still have been using the device it […]