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Thomas Fuglseth
Works at Marine Cybernetics
Attended Norwegian University of Science and Technology
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I thought this was sort of amusing until I got to the last sentence, then I lost it.
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Den var troverdig het til man kom til personenes utsagn...
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Tried my hand at taking pictures of the northern lights above my home. I'm fairly happy with the results, except that the exposure was long enough that it was difficult to handhold without the stars in the background becoming wobbly.

Conclusions:
-I'd like to have a bright lens that's wider than a 50mm. Something like a 28 or 35.
-On one hand, a tripod would be nice. On the other hand, it'd make it harder to reposition the camera, and some of those shots were taken on very short notice when the lights suddenly flared up.
-A city wide power failure would be nice when taking pictures outdoors at night.
Northern lights over my home. Not taken with a tripod, so the stars in the background are a bit fuzzy. But overall, I'm happy with the result.
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Jeg leste det tilfeldigvis i en spillerchat. Datanerds får ikke med seg slik. Man ser jo aldri ut vinduet, bare inn i vinduer på skjermen. Haha. 

Ja, jeg bor 2 gå-minutter under deg. Går forbi huset ditt 2 ganger per dag på trilletur med minsten. Jeg bor bak tunnelen, litt ovenfor, ganske nær til de som har hesten ovenfor dere. Traff jo Magnhill i Heimdal. Hun skulle jo hilse! :-P
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If anyone thinks women are too fragile to be in the military, I'd like them to take a look at the last 20 seconds of this video from a military exercise in Norway.

I have had opportunity to handle 155 mm artillery shells, and those things are not particularly lightweight. And in a rapid fire exercise, she'll have to perform that operation once every 10 seconds.
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Rundt 5.000 soldater deltar i den to uker lange norske vinterøvelsen «Joint Viking». Aldri før har en så stor skarpskytingsøvelse blitt holdt i Finnmark.
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Heh.
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Ok, +Google+ (and anyone with in-depth knowledge of obscure settings in google services), is there a way to not post it as a youtube comment when I include a youtube video in a public post on G+?

Because:
a) When I post a video link, I don't necessarily want to have the comments filled up with a bunch of youtube users who don't follow me on G+.

b) Youtube and G+ tend to foster different writing styles, and a text that's intended as a G+ post can look really stupid as a youtube comment.
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Because the angry buzzing of a quadcopter is just the thing for putting that final, romantic touch to your wedding ceremony.
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Why have a moment, when you can have a eternety! :D

Men, ja. Må ha vært et utrolig plagsomt bryllup. Presten syntes sikkert også det var skikkelig passende
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Not something you get to try every day.
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A very useful guide to photography jargon.
We photographers do love our catch-phrases, but what do they all mean? Here’s my not-so-serious and very tongue-in-cheek rundown of some of the more common
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I guess this kind of photo shoot is not for the claustrophobic.

Can't make up my mind whether I find it aesthetically pleasing or not, but it certainly falls into the "interesting" category.
Haruhiko Kawaguchi's claustrophobic images aim to express what we feel when we talk about love.
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Serving personell who don't know how to pour bottle-conditioned beer.

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I want one.
DMG MORI has combined laser deposition welding and precision material removal in this amazing machine. Watching this thing move to build different parts and components feels like an special effect from Tony Stark's machine shop.
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  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    MSc. Engineering Cybernetics, 1998 - 2003
  • Norwegian University of Science and Technology
    PhD. Electrical Power Engineering, 2004 - 2011
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  • Marine Cybernetics
    Project Engineer, 2011 - present
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