Hallo. I was given the name Alexander Berntsen but the name Alexander Berntsen is not the Alexander Berntsen. Anyway, this website has some stuff.
If you want to encrypt our communication, contact.txt has my OpenPGP and OTR information.
Here is some stuff I did that somehow became made publicly available.
The Quest for Programming Nirvana: On Programming Games Systems in Haskell
Published 2014-06-01 at Høgskolen i Gjøvik.
It's about how functional programming is nicer than object-orientated programming for highly interactive & eventful systems. These days I have however solved those problems in a much more radical manner: by not making systems at all; and by generally avoiding computers as much as possible. The abolition of computers would solve a remarkable amount of problems related to computer systems.
Work Isn't Working Out (editor)
Handed out 2018-02-08 at Karrieredagen ("career day"), NTNU.
There is also a non-booklet version.
The local university had a "career day" where businesses showed up to lure people into the careerist lifestyle. I made this booklet and handed it out whilst making the case for unemployment as a "career". If you want to print it yourself, print with long-side duplexing, 2°, & saddle stitch. You'll need a good stapler since it's quite thick. You could conceivably hole & string it, but I'm not sure if the margins are wide enough for that, so YMMV.
Fri tid (in Norwegian; co-written with Vegard Bilsbak)
Published 2018-05-01 in Klassekampen.
This is the original draft, not the butchered version that appeared in Klassekampen. Whilst the unions (and leftists and greens) march every May 1st for the 6 hour work day, Vegard and I made the case for a 0 hour work day. We also marched, with a banner that satirised one of the main slogans of the Norwegian confederation of trade unions. The original reads "Shorter working hours—start introducing the 6 hour work day", whereas ours reads "
Shorter No working hours—start introducing the 6 0 hour working day".