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Run my own web development and online marketing company since 2007
Worked on the Sovereign Man project for a few years as marketer and COO, defying nation states and being part of generating millions of dollars in revenue.
Launched Sweden’s first “viral site” Hyllat.se modeled after Upworthy. I started it as an experiment to see if the same concept would work in Sweden and within two weeks (11 days to be exact) I had made it into a top 5 blog in Sweden, and one week later it was the biggest blog in Sweden and a top 20 website with 1.5 million visitors per week. The most shared article had been liked and shared over 120,000 times (which was likely a record in Sweden). I’ve since sold Hyllat to one of the biggest swedish competitors to focus on other projects.
Earned my Permaculture Design Certificate in 2013 through one of Geoff Lawton‘s courses
Launched the Radio Mises podcast in November 2013 for the non-profit research and educational center Ludwig von Mises Institute Sweden. I did everything from the podcast graphics and technical setup and still do ongoing audio post production and feed syndication.
Helped translate the following open source apps and software into swedish:
The Tor Project software and documentation, where Tor is “a free software and an open network that helps you defend against a form of network surveillance that threatens personal freedom and privacy, confidential business activities and relationships, and state security known as traffic analysis”;
Cryptocat, an easy to use web app that encrypts your conversations (although still in experimental stage);
RedPhone, an Android app for encrypted phone calls;
TextSecure, an Android app for encrypted text messaging;
ChatSecure, an iOS app for encrypted chat and instant messaging;
Orbot, an application that allows mobile phone users to access the web, instant messaging and email without being monitored or blocked by their mobile internet service provider;
Orweb, an Onion Routing Web Browser for use with Orbot;
ChatSecure(formerly Gibberbot), encrypted chat for Android;
HTTPS Everywhere, a Firefox and Chrome extension “that encrypts your communications with many major websites, making your browsing more secure.”;
Ostel, a tool for having end-to-end encrypted phone calls;
PRISM Break, an open source website featuring open source alternatives to proprietary software, so you can opt-out of PRISM, the NSA’s global data surveillance program.