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Andreas Viklund
Works at Jokkmokks IT-Center
Attended Bokenskolan, Jokkmokk
Lives in Jokkmokk, Sweden
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Web designer for andreasviklund.com
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  • Jokkmokks IT-Center
    2013 - present
  • Avcom AB
    Web designer, 2010 - present
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Jokkmokk, Sweden
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Porjus, Sweden
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Web designer and music producer from Jokkmokk, Sweden.
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Web designer and webmaster for the HTML/CSS template website andreasviklund.com, as well as site admin and editor for Swedish humor blog tjuvlyssnat.se. I am 33 years old and live in Jokkmokk, Sweden, together with my fiancée Johanna and our dogs. On my spare time, I write and record music. I am a former professional music producer and have co-founded and been a member of two music groups: Lagoona (1996-2004) and Daleri (2011-2012).
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  • Bokenskolan, Jokkmokk
    Företagargymnasiet, 1996 - 2000
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#44: Working as a computer techie... #blogg100

A few days ago, I had to fill in for a colleague by doing some computer support work. Taking care of things like bringing a crashed harddrive back to life (chkdsk -r), back it up and transfer the data to another computer – and trying to get Internet…
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#41: Papillon amigurumi...

One day later, the sweet crocheted papillon that Johanna has been working on has been completed:
One day later, the sweet crocheted papillon that Johanna has been working on has been completed:
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#36: The story of a found camera... #blogg100

After a relative of mine passed away a long time ago, I somehow got a camera that the old man had owned for a long time. It was probably from the 1970′s, and it still had a film inside it. After having it in a box for a long time, I decided to take a […]
After a relative of mine passed away a long time ago, I somehow got a camera that the old man had owned for a long time. It was probably from the 1970's, and it still had a film inside it. After ha...
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#29: This is how far away summer is... #blogg100

After the post yesterday, showing the snow that is left outside our house as we are in the end of March, I was asked when the summer really starts in northern Sweden where I live. To answer that, I started looking at photo albums from previous years. And…
After the post yesterday, showing the snow that is left outside our house as we are in the end of March, I was asked when the summer really starts in northern Sweden where I live. To answer that, I...
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#27: A day of my life on Instagram... #blogg100

Today I decided to take a few photos throughout the day, to document what a typical day in my life could look like. I posted the photos to my Instagram account, and it really turned out to be one of those days that just pass by without leaving any special…
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#43: Villa Ileva... - #blogg100 -http://wp.me/p4d4nb-5e

In October 2010, Johanna and I moved from a small (58 square meters) apartment in central Jokkmokk into our current home, a red one-floor house in a calm residential area in the outskirts of Jokkmokk. It was much more than a move from a small home to a…
In October 2010, Johanna and I moved from a small (58 square meters) apartment in central Jokkmokk into our current home, a red one-floor house in a calm residential area in the outskirts of Jokkmo...
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#37: Taking a day off... #blogg100

With only minutes left of the day and no blog post written yet, it is tempting to give up on the #blogg100 challenge and realize that the blog has been a low priority for the last couple of days – even compared to the time wasted on watching funny YouTube…
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Just a simple feature test today, as the daylight savings time stole an hour of my time that I would have loved to keep… Here is a photo album consisting of random photos I have uploaded for previous posts, organized as a WordPress gallery using Jetpacks…
Just a simple feature test today, as the daylight savings time stole an hour of my time that I would have loved to keep... Here is a photo album consisting of random photos I have uploaded for prev...
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#28: One garden, two seasons...

Friday night, and a weekend of creative projects is about to start. The post of today are two photos. They show the same place, although from somewhat different angles. No further description is needed. This is what it means to live in Swedish Lapland.…
Friday night, and a weekend of creative projects is about to start. The post of today are two photos. They show the same place, although from somewhat different angles. No further description is ne...
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Moving domains and getting the inventory gathered at one place. After considering a number of different services, I ended up going for Dynadot since it has worked well for me in the past.
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Great hostel in a calm but very central location. Has dormatories and private rooms. I opted for the latter to get space to set up my computer (which is not possible in the dorm rooms which is simply just a set of beds with glass walls inbetween). Great atmosphere, great service and access to both free WiFi and a kitchen. I will come back to stay here again, and I can definitely recommend this place - it feels more like a small hotel than a hostel. Personal tip: Ask for a room in the basement if you are interested in history. A part of the 800+ year old town wall of Stockholm can be seen there.
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