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I知 pining for the Norwegian fjords

Clive Maxfield
6/22/2011 06:10 PM EDT

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Max The Magnificent
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Max The Magnificent   8/29/2011 2:57:11 PM
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From everything I've heard it's going to be $%^& cold :-)

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didymus7   6/27/2011 11:32:38 AM
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Given the latitude of Trodnheim and going there in February, you're going to have very little daylight per day. I've been to the Netherlands in January and there sunrise was 9am and sunset was 3pm. You might have about 4-5 hours of daylight per day in February.

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Koda23   6/23/2011 9:41:07 PM
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Your Monty Python reference also makes me think of their portrayal of an Icelandic saga, known as Njorl's Saga, in the spirit of 12th century Iceland. Erik Njorl, son of Frothgar, leaves his home to seek Hangar the Elder...

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RickAtTiger   6/23/2011 1:41:10 PM
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I had the good fortune to work for a Norweigan company in the 1980's. We had offices outside of Oslo and at SINTEF. You will truly enjoy Trondheim, although February can be a bit brisk.

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Max The Magnificent   6/22/2011 6:59:57 PM
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Hey, if you wish to attend the conference and/or if you would like to exhibit your tools or products, you can contact the conference folks as follows: Atle.Tangedal@tekna.no (for all administrative information - prices, invoices, registration, hotel, exhibition) Espen.Tallaksen@datarespons.no (for program and presentation inquiries)

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Max The Magnificent   6/22/2011 6:24:53 PM
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