I’ve used Concrete5 as content managing system (cms) for a couple of years, but is now back to using WordPress. Concrete5 had more design-possibilities, but unfortunately it was also far less stable than WordPress. On top of that, WordPress is also a lot faster and responsive than Concrete5. But now, as I've switched web-hotel, I'm back with Concrete5.
You may wonder why anyone bother to set up their own site, and framework, in these micro-blog dominated times.. (Facebook, twitter, instagram and so on.) Well.. I don’t have a remarkable and brilliant answer to that question. But maybe the most important motivation for me, is that I enjoy to experiment with cms-tools, frameworks and web-design in general. That’s probably also the reason why I’ve broken my site so many times. And therefore been «forced» to rebuild everything from ground-up, several times. But after all, at the end of the day, I enjoy building the framework, and getting everything to work as intended, a lot more than I enjoy filling the pages with actual content.
Please feel free to browse the other pages of my site. I will fill in more pages in time, whenever I feel inspired and/or get new ideas for content to fill new pges with.
Below here, you see a lithography from Sandviken. Which is a part of Bergen, where I grew up, the first 8 years of my life. (Although that was quite a few years later than the subject of this lithography.)