Prime minister Erna Solberg visits Lofoten, Vesterålen and Bodø in Norway.
The greek capital was smothered in smoke as mountainside blaze threatened homes in Athens. Now all of my equipment and clothes smells like bonfire.
Two weeks ago, I published one of my biggest projects ever. Nettkrigerne is a series of portraits of the people who are extremely active writing internet comments.
I’m going to publish the portraits here later, but for now, here are some statistics from the project published in VG Helg and on vg.no. According to the analytics at VG, it was very popular on the website.
– The videos has been viewed 415.000 times.
– The site was shared on Facebook 11.000 times.
– 500 shared it on Twitter.
– Some 20.000 people liked it on Facebook.
It was so much fun seeing how it was received by the people and how it engaged so many.
Here are some of the reactions:
Not all were huge fans of me or the project:
But most people seamed to like it:
I also had a 4050% increase of visitors to my webpage the day Nettkrigerne were published.
What was really nice the hear, was that all of the people I portrayed, were really happy with the end result. They felt that they finally were able to reach out with their opinions and that people finally could see and hear what they had to say.
I also got a song! (from 43:15)
On both sides of the frontline in the war in Eastern-Ukraine, right wing extremists are fighting against each other. Vljadimir (r) thinks the people in Ukraine are like cockroaches in a jar: “all you need to do is to put some chloroform inside”.
Story in DN Lørdag.