Music, photography, photoshop, football (soccer), web development, Android development and the IT/Web world in general are some of my interests or hobbies
. But my most dominant/visible interest on the web, is probably photography...I like photos large - I post photos large...
Main site for storing my photos
are my Flickr gallery
. On Flickr I upload everything I want to keep. But since I'm both perfectionist and lazy at the same time, and generally want to upload everything from a big "event" (like for example a travel) in one batch on Flickr, I'm often very slow posting stuff there. It takes time before I have found the time to select, tag and edit all the photos I want to upload and keep. As I'm writing this, I actually think I'm 4 years behind posting photos from my travels on Flickr:-/... But on Google+
I will probably focus on "previews" of stuff not posted on Flickr yet, plus some of the best of my older/other photography.
Photography is entirely a hobby for me, and if you're interested in using a photo of mine somewhere, most of my public photos are licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution license
. But check for license on each photo individually you might want to use (For photos on Google+, I think you need to look up the photos in my Picasa webgallery
to find license information?). Also you might find the G+ photos in higher (full) resolution in my Flickr gallery
- if posted yet, of course;-)
Some non-important nerdy photography gear facts:
Current cameras are a Canon EOS 50D DSLR and a Canon PowerShot G12 compact. Lenses for the DSLR are EF-S 10-22mm f/3.5-4.5 USM, EF-S 17-55mm f/2.8 IS USM, EF-S 15-85mm f3.5-5.6 IS USM, EF 70-300mm f/4-5.6 IS USM, EF 50mm f/1.8, EF-S 60mm f/2.8 USM Macro and a Samyang 8mm f/3.5 Fisheye.How do I use Google+ vs. Facebook vs. Flickr vs. my blog?
is where I currently intend to store all the photos I want to keep. I also to some degree use Flickr-groups to network and discuss photo-related stuff. But for the time being Google+ is dominating the network/discussing thing...
is my current "interest
networking place". I use this as a blogging-like tool, posting my latest/best photos or posting texts and links about things I'm interested in. A lot of stuff I post on G+, I would f.ex. never
post on Facebook because this would just bore my friends that doesn't share the same interests as me:-)
I use almost solely as a place to keep in touch with friends
. This is the place for "casual updates". I try
to avoid being too nerdy here, and generally only connects with people I know personally (though, there's a few I've never meet in real life among my contacts;-)).
- Rockland, my weblog
I use very similar to my Google+ profile. But on Rockland I post in Danish and primary targeted people in Denmark.
I'm a Dane, living
in Copenhagen on Amager. Past residences includes Virum, Østerbro and Hvidovre (Rebæk Søpark Kollegiet). Working
as an IT Developer in Danske Bank.
An easy URL for my Google+ profile
Working RSS feed
with my public
Google+ postings was last time I checked:http://gplusrss.com/rss/feed/df0b25ca98e6df021ce028ae88c07dfd5075d5d4b6f40
(Have tried several services for this, and they have all died after some time - So planning to construct my own G+ RSS feed some day)