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Thursday, 25 November 2010

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Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 8:04 PM




To:
Phso Enquiries <phso.enquiries@ombudsman.org.uk>






Hi,

the Adjudicator, has written a long and methodical letter, and fine, in the way, that it's without spelling-errors, etc.

But, they ignore one thing.


That was, that I called the Tax-office, and asked them, if the cheque I got in the post, with the tax-return, was the _final_ figure.

(This was long after I had sent all the documentation).


The tax-office confirmed, on the phone, that the cheque, was the right, final figure.

Still, some time later, I got a charge, which said that I had gotten to much money.

Then I mean, that they can't just say one thing on the phone, and then charge me later.


This, the Adjuctator ignores.

So I wanted to complain about this.

(Also the Adjudicator hasn't signed her letter, which I think is a bit unconventional.


What's going on, shouldn't letters like this be singed to be formal?)

Thanks in advance for helping me over-turn this unfair decition by the Adjudicator.

Yours sincerely,


Erik Ribsskog





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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til faren min




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Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




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Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:49 PM




To:
Arne Mogan Olsen <arnemogan@gmail.com>






Hei,

jeg kan skrive e-post da, men jeg gidder ikke at du ringer, siden du dreiv med den bølleringinga.

Du kan jo kanskje høre med han Idar, om han kan sende den slektsforskinga, hit til England, så kan jeg legge det inn på internett.


Du får gratulere Christell med dagen da.

Jeg har ikke fått noe bestilling fra deg, hverken fra den gamle eller nye butikken.

Var det pga. at Ingeborg arvet Holger baron Adeler, at jeg måtte flytte til Berger?


Jeg har ikke fått arv etter Ingeborg, enda Karen jo døde i 1999.

Med hilsen

Erik Ribsskog


2010/11/13 Arne Mogan Olsen <arnemogan@gmail.com>


jeg har lest dine interesser for familien og som jeg har informert deg om før så har jeg på min farsside en

ANE TILBAKE TIL IVER HVITFEDT. Sjekk dette. Cristell er idag 38 år. jeg venter på varene fra din butikk.

hilsen ARNE.









Jeg skulle sjekke om det var noen e-poster fra Irina Ball, i trash-boksen, men så var det en e-post fra faren min der. Hm




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Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




familie











Arne Mogan Olsen
<arnemogan@gmail.com>



Sat, Nov 13, 2010 at 2:43 PM




To:
eribsskog@gmail.com






jeg har lest dine interesser for familien og som jeg har informert deg om før så har jeg på min farsside en

ANE TILBAKE TIL IVER HVITFEDT. Sjekk dette. Cristell er idag 38 år. jeg venter på varene fra din butikk.

hilsen ARNE.







Her kan man se at Irina Ball står oppført som News Editor, hos Packaging Europe, i Norwich, fremdeles

irina står på websted enda

http://www.packagingeurope.com/ContactUs.aspx

PS.

Her kan man se at det er et firma i Tyskland, som heter Ball Packaging Europe, og som jeg mener å huske var linket til Packaging Europe, i England:

ball packaging europe

http://www.ball-europe.com/382_281_ENG_PHP.html

Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Packaging Europe




Gmail - Sweets










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Sweets











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:15 PM




To:
Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com>






Hi,

it still says Irina works as a News Editor, on your website:

News Editors: Elisabeth Skoda

Irina Ball
Patrycja Przelaczkowska




And there's a company in Germany called Ball Packaging Europe:




Just for the fun of Company Researching of the old days of 2007 and 2008. :)


Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 4:58 PM, Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com> wrote:

Hi Tim,

no problem.

But I'm a Company Researcher, remember?

I seem to remember that your owner company were someone called Ball in Germany?


But that's no big deal anyway, and not something I researched about now, just something I seem to remember.


Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 4:51 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hi Erik,


I don’t think it’s right for me to talk about the private life of a colleague. However, the surname of the owner of our company is Fraser.


Thanks again for your participation in our database project. I’d be happy to recommend you if you ever need references.


Best regards,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 16:42


To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets


Hi Tim,

ok, I thought she had the same last-name as the owner of the company, but maybe she god divorced?


She worked from home as well I guess?


But this is not any of my business.


After all, I haven't even met you and Irina etc., in person, when we co-operated on the Packaging Europe Database.



Since I live in Liverpool and you guys are in Norwich.


So I don't really know you, like if we had meetings etc., in person.



But that doesn't matter now anyway, since the Packaging Database-project is finished anyway.


But perhaps I'll get back to you when I start the business-projects again, regarding the packaging.



We'll see.


Thanks for the reply and the co-operation with the Packaging Europe Database anyhow!


Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 3:59 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

I promise to share the sweets... I need to watch my weight.


Unfortunately, Irina no longer works at our company, so I won’t be able to share them with her. However, there are plenty of other people in the office and they will gratefully assist me with the task of consuming your sweets.


Whatever you choose to do with your businesses, I hope they go well.


Best wishes,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 15:02


To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets

Hi,


I understand, I thought about the cans, with 0.33 liters in them, at first.


But this is a project in the future, so it's maybe better I think about this later, and possibly get back to you about this.



I thought of starting as a home-business, but I seem to remember there are packing-services, who handle and pack the goods for a charge, so if the businesses are succesfull, then I could out-source the handling and the packing for a packing-service company, I thought.



I've been in contact with Fox's Confectionary, regarding buying from them, and I will later, when I have enough turn-over, to buy more than 20 boxes at a time.


But untill then, I'll just buy the cans of soda pop, in cash & carry-shops, which also Fox's mentioned as a possibility.


I'm also wondering about maybe starting with a Web Design-company, so I'm not sure if I'll start these companies, but they are like future projects I have on my mind now.



Say hi to Irina, who I co-operated with, on the Packaging Europe Database-projects.

Some of the sweets are for the people at the office/Irina, as well, don't eat all yourself!



Only joking.


Sorry about this!

Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:40 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

My first thought with regard to exporting carbonated drinks is that if you ordered them in bulk quantities (e.g. several boxes each containing several bottles), you could reuse the packaging in which you received them to transport them safely to Norway. The other advantage is that you would be able to purchase the drinks at a lower cost and make a better profit. However, you would have to be confident there was a market for them before making the purchase yourself.


By the way, don’t feel you need to send any more sweets before you ask for advice! I’ll be happy to answer any packaging question if I know the answer.


Best wishes,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 14:30
To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets

Hi Tim,


well I have had some problems with hackers, and am now working on another website, to do with my blogs.


But I'll try again to set up a new webshop, besides my job-search, later this year, or in the new-year.



I thought I'd better send the glacier mints, or else I couldn't ask for packaging-advice again.


Only joking!



But I wondered, in Norway they don't sell the soda-pop brands Dr. Pepper and Coca Cola Cherry.


I wondered about selling them to Norway, in single boxes and 6-packs.



Have you please got some suggestion for the packaging?


(This is in the future, maybe next year, so it's no hurry).


Thank you very much again for the e-mail!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hello Erik,


We have just received the packets of sweets you sent us. Many thanks! We shall enjoy them.


I hope your business is going well.


Best wishes,

Tim



From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 11 October 2010 13:21
To: tim
Subject: Re: Hi Tim,

Hi Tim,


that sounds very smart.


I'll send some mints/sweets, that I sell to Norway, to your office, to Irina or something, as thank you for the help with the packaging/wrapping.


At least if the customers buy them all, at once :)


Only joking.


Thank you very much for the advice with this.


I'll check on Staples and places like that.


I'll put the crisps and the tortilla chips and the alcohol, in an own online Off Licence now, I thought.



So then I have some time to find the right packaging, before that online shop opens.


So I already have a spin off, on the sweets/mints-shop.



(Since they stopped selling Glacier Mints in Norway, for some reason.


And I've read that the customers miss them there).



But we'll see if someone buy them yet.


I haven't started marketing yet, on Google etc.


So I can't say for sure if it's going to be a success yet.



But if it is a success, then I'll think I'll subsribe to the Packaging Database, that I worked on, in 2007 and 2008, to find the best and most in-expensive packaging-solution.



We'll see.


Thank you very much for the help with the advice again!

Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog

On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 12:40 PM, tim <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

It’s good to hear from you. I’m pleased to hear about your venture and hope it proves a big success.


That’s an interesting question about the packaging. I agree that there would be a real risk of damaging the crisps in transit. You would definitely need an additional layer of packaging to protect them – maybe a light cardboard box, preferably small enough for the crisps package inside not to rattle around. This should be fairly cheap and is light but provides some rigidity to protect the crisps.


Best wishes,

Tim Sykes


Editor, Packaging Europe

Tel +44 (0)1603 414 444


Fax +44 (0)1603 406 543

tim@packagingeurope.com


www.packagingeurope.com




From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 October 2010 20:17
To: tim
Subject: Hi Tim,

how are you?


Thanks for the co-operation, with the Packaging Europe-database, in 2007 and 2008.



I've now started a new webshop, specialising, in selling British food, to Scandinavia, (and Europe):


I have some problems with the packaging, for the crisps and the tortilla-chips.

I thought maybe it was ok, if I asked you, since you work in the packaging-industry.



I need a packaging, that is light-weight, (because I send with airmail), which is in-expensive, (since the products aren't that expensive), and which have room for the 6-packs of 30 grams crisps and tortilla chips, that are very popular, in the UK.


I sell mostly British sweets, but some customers have alse enquired about the crisps.


I used to work as a food shop-manager in Norway, so this is two of my fields, IT and groceries/food.


Since they have stopped selling the Glacier-mints in Norway.


So I thought I could sell them on the internet, since many people in Norway, miss the Glacier-mints.



(I've read on the internet).


I mostly use buble-envelopes.

But, I'm not sure if these are good enough, to send as air mail, without the crisps being broken into many pieces.


I understand this is not really packaging, but more like wrapping.


But I just thought about the packaging-job, when I thought about this, with the wrapping.



So I thought that maybe you would know about this.


Do you think it's possible to send the crips to Norway etc., without them being distroyed?



Hope this is alright!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog













Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Packaging Europe




Gmail - Sweets










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Sweets











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 4:42 PM




To:
Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com>






Hi Tim,

ok, I thought she had the same last-name as the owner of the company, but maybe she god divorced?

She worked from home as well I guess?

But this is not any of my business.


After all, I haven't even met you and Irina etc., in person, when we co-operated on the Packaging Europe Database.

Since I live in Liverpool and you guys are in Norwich.

So I don't really know you, like if we had meetings etc., in person.


But that doesn't matter now anyway, since the Packaging Database-project is finished anyway.

But perhaps I'll get back to you when I start the business-projects again, regarding the packaging.


We'll see.

Thanks for the reply and the co-operation with the Packaging Europe Database anyhow!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog



On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 3:59 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hi Erik,


I promise to share the sweets... I need to watch my weight.

Unfortunately, Irina no longer works at our company, so I won’t be able to share them with her. However, there are plenty of other people in the office and they will gratefully assist me with the task of consuming your sweets.


Whatever you choose to do with your businesses, I hope they go well.


Best wishes,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 15:02


To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets


Hi,

I understand, I thought about the cans, with 0.33 liters in them, at first.


But this is a project in the future, so it's maybe better I think about this later, and possibly get back to you about this.



I thought of starting as a home-business, but I seem to remember there are packing-services, who handle and pack the goods for a charge, so if the businesses are succesfull, then I could out-source the handling and the packing for a packing-service company, I thought.



I've been in contact with Fox's Confectionary, regarding buying from them, and I will later, when I have enough turn-over, to buy more than 20 boxes at a time.


But untill then, I'll just buy the cans of soda pop, in cash & carry-shops, which also Fox's mentioned as a possibility.


I'm also wondering about maybe starting with a Web Design-company, so I'm not sure if I'll start these companies, but they are like future projects I have on my mind now.



Say hi to Irina, who I co-operated with, on the Packaging Europe Database-projects.

Some of the sweets are for the people at the office/Irina, as well, don't eat all yourself!



Only joking.


Sorry about this!

Best regards,



Erik Ribsskog

On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:40 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

My first thought with regard to exporting carbonated drinks is that if you ordered them in bulk quantities (e.g. several boxes each containing several bottles), you could reuse the packaging in which you received them to transport them safely to Norway. The other advantage is that you would be able to purchase the drinks at a lower cost and make a better profit. However, you would have to be confident there was a market for them before making the purchase yourself.


By the way, don’t feel you need to send any more sweets before you ask for advice! I’ll be happy to answer any packaging question if I know the answer.


Best wishes,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 14:30
To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets

Hi Tim,


well I have had some problems with hackers, and am now working on another website, to do with my blogs.


But I'll try again to set up a new webshop, besides my job-search, later this year, or in the new-year.



I thought I'd better send the glacier mints, or else I couldn't ask for packaging-advice again.


Only joking!



But I wondered, in Norway they don't sell the soda-pop brands Dr. Pepper and Coca Cola Cherry.


I wondered about selling them to Norway, in single boxes and 6-packs.



Have you please got some suggestion for the packaging?


(This is in the future, maybe next year, so it's no hurry).


Thank you very much again for the e-mail!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hello Erik,


We have just received the packets of sweets you sent us. Many thanks! We shall enjoy them.


I hope your business is going well.


Best wishes,

Tim



From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 11 October 2010 13:21
To: tim
Subject: Re: Hi Tim,

Hi Tim,


that sounds very smart.


I'll send some mints/sweets, that I sell to Norway, to your office, to Irina or something, as thank you for the help with the packaging/wrapping.


At least if the customers buy them all, at once :)


Only joking.


Thank you very much for the advice with this.


I'll check on Staples and places like that.


I'll put the crisps and the tortilla chips and the alcohol, in an own online Off Licence now, I thought.



So then I have some time to find the right packaging, before that online shop opens.


So I already have a spin off, on the sweets/mints-shop.



(Since they stopped selling Glacier Mints in Norway, for some reason.


And I've read that the customers miss them there).



But we'll see if someone buy them yet.


I haven't started marketing yet, on Google etc.


So I can't say for sure if it's going to be a success yet.



But if it is a success, then I'll think I'll subsribe to the Packaging Database, that I worked on, in 2007 and 2008, to find the best and most in-expensive packaging-solution.



We'll see.


Thank you very much for the help with the advice again!

Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog

On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 12:40 PM, tim <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

It’s good to hear from you. I’m pleased to hear about your venture and hope it proves a big success.


That’s an interesting question about the packaging. I agree that there would be a real risk of damaging the crisps in transit. You would definitely need an additional layer of packaging to protect them – maybe a light cardboard box, preferably small enough for the crisps package inside not to rattle around. This should be fairly cheap and is light but provides some rigidity to protect the crisps.


Best wishes,

Tim Sykes


Editor, Packaging Europe

Tel +44 (0)1603 414 444


Fax +44 (0)1603 406 543

tim@packagingeurope.com


www.packagingeurope.com




From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 October 2010 20:17
To: tim
Subject: Hi Tim,

how are you?


Thanks for the co-operation, with the Packaging Europe-database, in 2007 and 2008.



I've now started a new webshop, specialising, in selling British food, to Scandinavia, (and Europe):


I have some problems with the packaging, for the crisps and the tortilla-chips.

I thought maybe it was ok, if I asked you, since you work in the packaging-industry.



I need a packaging, that is light-weight, (because I send with airmail), which is in-expensive, (since the products aren't that expensive), and which have room for the 6-packs of 30 grams crisps and tortilla chips, that are very popular, in the UK.


I sell mostly British sweets, but some customers have alse enquired about the crisps.


I used to work as a food shop-manager in Norway, so this is two of my fields, IT and groceries/food.


Since they have stopped selling the Glacier-mints in Norway.


So I thought I could sell them on the internet, since many people in Norway, miss the Glacier-mints.



(I've read on the internet).


I mostly use buble-envelopes.

But, I'm not sure if these are good enough, to send as air mail, without the crisps being broken into many pieces.


I understand this is not really packaging, but more like wrapping.


But I just thought about the packaging-job, when I thought about this, with the wrapping.



So I thought that maybe you would know about this.


Do you think it's possible to send the crips to Norway etc., without them being distroyed?



Hope this is alright!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog











Dette fikk jeg fra United Utilities, samme dag som de sendte meg SMS. Men det stod i SMS-en at det hastet, så jeg ringte de før jeg henta posten

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Det her var et brev jeg fikk fra Spesialenheten i forrige uke vel

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Jeg har visst fått øket Housing Benefit. Ikke dårlig. Men jeg tror ikke jeg skal betale mer til husverten, for de fikser ikke ting som går istykker

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PS.

Jeg var også hos husverten, i deres kontor, på mandag.

Og da drev hun Lorna der, og patroniserte meg.

Hun spurte meg om hvor jeg kasta søpla.

For de hadde fått klager sa hun.

Men jeg har jo bodd her i fire år nå, så jeg vet hvor jeg skal kaste søpla, for å si det sånn.

Men sånn er kanskje ofte briter, at de skal patronisere nordmenn som bor i landet deres.

Hva vet jeg.

Noe er det nok kanskje.

Men vi får se hva som skjer.

Vi får se.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

PS 2.

Og hvordan man skal forklare hvordan man kaster søpla her?

Jeg forklarte at jeg kaster søpla 'in the bin store, behind the beer-garden'.

Så sånn er det.

Så vi får se hva som skjer.

Vi får se.

PS 3.

Her er mer om dette:

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Jeg fikk en ny strømregning, som er estimert da, så jeg får vel en baksmell. Vi får se

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Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Packaging Europe




Gmail - Sweets










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Sweets











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 3:01 PM




To:
Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com>






Hi,

I understand, I thought about the cans, with 0.33 liters in them, at first.

But this is a project in the future, so it's maybe better I think about this later, and possibly get back to you about this.


I thought of starting as a home-business, but I seem to remember there are packing-services, who handle and pack the goods for a charge, so if the businesses are succesfull, then I could out-source the handling and the packing for a packing-service company, I thought.


I've been in contact with Fox's Confectionary, regarding buying from them, and I will later, when I have enough turn-over, to buy more than 20 boxes at a time.

But untill then, I'll just buy the cans of soda pop, in cash & carry-shops, which also Fox's mentioned as a possibility.


I'm also wondering about maybe starting with a Web Design-company, so I'm not sure if I'll start these companies, but they are like future projects I have on my mind now.

Say hi to Irina, who I co-operated with, on the Packaging Europe Database-projects.


Some of the sweets are for the people at the office/Irina, as well, don't eat all yourself!

Only joking.

Sorry about this!

Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:40 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hi Erik,


My first thought with regard to exporting carbonated drinks is that if you ordered them in bulk quantities (e.g. several boxes each containing several bottles), you could reuse the packaging in which you received them to transport them safely to Norway. The other advantage is that you would be able to purchase the drinks at a lower cost and make a better profit. However, you would have to be confident there was a market for them before making the purchase yourself.


By the way, don’t feel you need to send any more sweets before you ask for advice! I’ll be happy to answer any packaging question if I know the answer.


Best wishes,


Tim


From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 14:30
To: Tim Sykes
Subject: Re: Sweets

Hi Tim,


well I have had some problems with hackers, and am now working on another website, to do with my blogs.


But I'll try again to set up a new webshop, besides my job-search, later this year, or in the new-year.



I thought I'd better send the glacier mints, or else I couldn't ask for packaging-advice again.


Only joking!



But I wondered, in Norway they don't sell the soda-pop brands Dr. Pepper and Coca Cola Cherry.


I wondered about selling them to Norway, in single boxes and 6-packs.



Have you please got some suggestion for the packaging?


(This is in the future, maybe next year, so it's no hurry).


Thank you very much again for the e-mail!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hello Erik,


We have just received the packets of sweets you sent us. Many thanks! We shall enjoy them.


I hope your business is going well.


Best wishes,

Tim



From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 11 October 2010 13:21
To: tim
Subject: Re: Hi Tim,

Hi Tim,


that sounds very smart.


I'll send some mints/sweets, that I sell to Norway, to your office, to Irina or something, as thank you for the help with the packaging/wrapping.


At least if the customers buy them all, at once :)


Only joking.


Thank you very much for the advice with this.


I'll check on Staples and places like that.


I'll put the crisps and the tortilla chips and the alcohol, in an own online Off Licence now, I thought.



So then I have some time to find the right packaging, before that online shop opens.


So I already have a spin off, on the sweets/mints-shop.



(Since they stopped selling Glacier Mints in Norway, for some reason.


And I've read that the customers miss them there).



But we'll see if someone buy them yet.


I haven't started marketing yet, on Google etc.


So I can't say for sure if it's going to be a success yet.



But if it is a success, then I'll think I'll subsribe to the Packaging Database, that I worked on, in 2007 and 2008, to find the best and most in-expensive packaging-solution.



We'll see.


Thank you very much for the help with the advice again!

Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog

On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 12:40 PM, tim <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

It’s good to hear from you. I’m pleased to hear about your venture and hope it proves a big success.


That’s an interesting question about the packaging. I agree that there would be a real risk of damaging the crisps in transit. You would definitely need an additional layer of packaging to protect them – maybe a light cardboard box, preferably small enough for the crisps package inside not to rattle around. This should be fairly cheap and is light but provides some rigidity to protect the crisps.


Best wishes,

Tim Sykes


Editor, Packaging Europe

Tel +44 (0)1603 414 444


Fax +44 (0)1603 406 543

tim@packagingeurope.com


www.packagingeurope.com




From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 October 2010 20:17
To: tim
Subject: Hi Tim,

how are you?


Thanks for the co-operation, with the Packaging Europe-database, in 2007 and 2008.



I've now started a new webshop, specialising, in selling British food, to Scandinavia, (and Europe):


I have some problems with the packaging, for the crisps and the tortilla-chips.

I thought maybe it was ok, if I asked you, since you work in the packaging-industry.



I need a packaging, that is light-weight, (because I send with airmail), which is in-expensive, (since the products aren't that expensive), and which have room for the 6-packs of 30 grams crisps and tortilla chips, that are very popular, in the UK.


I sell mostly British sweets, but some customers have alse enquired about the crisps.


I used to work as a food shop-manager in Norway, so this is two of my fields, IT and groceries/food.


Since they have stopped selling the Glacier-mints in Norway.


So I thought I could sell them on the internet, since many people in Norway, miss the Glacier-mints.



(I've read on the internet).


I mostly use buble-envelopes.

But, I'm not sure if these are good enough, to send as air mail, without the crisps being broken into many pieces.


I understand this is not really packaging, but more like wrapping.


But I just thought about the packaging-job, when I thought about this, with the wrapping.



So I thought that maybe you would know about this.


Do you think it's possible to send the crips to Norway etc., without them being distroyed?



Hope this is alright!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog











Jeg sendte en ny e-post til Packaging Europe, (som var det firmaet jeg jobbet for, som selvstendig næringsdrivende, i 2007 og 2008)




Gmail - Sweets










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Sweets











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:29 PM




To:
Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com>






Hi Tim,

well I have had some problems with hackers, and am now working on another website, to do with my blogs.

But I'll try again to set up a new webshop, besides my job-search, later this year, or in the new-year.


I thought I'd better send the glacier mints, or else I couldn't ask for packaging-advice again.

Only joking!

But I wondered, in Norway they don't sell the soda-pop brands Dr. Pepper and Coca Cola Cherry.


I wondered about selling them to Norway, in single boxes and 6-packs.

Have you please got some suggestion for the packaging?

(This is in the future, maybe next year, so it's no hurry).


Thank you very much again for the e-mail!

Best regards,

Erik Ribsskog


On Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 2:24 PM, Tim Sykes <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:

Hello Erik,


We have just received the packets of sweets you sent us. Many thanks! We shall enjoy them.


I hope your business is going well.


Best wishes,

Tim



From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 11 October 2010 13:21
To: tim
Subject: Re: Hi Tim,

Hi Tim,


that sounds very smart.


I'll send some mints/sweets, that I sell to Norway, to your office, to Irina or something, as thank you for the help with the packaging/wrapping.


At least if the customers buy them all, at once :)


Only joking.


Thank you very much for the advice with this.


I'll check on Staples and places like that.


I'll put the crisps and the tortilla chips and the alcohol, in an own online Off Licence now, I thought.



So then I have some time to find the right packaging, before that online shop opens.


So I already have a spin off, on the sweets/mints-shop.



(Since they stopped selling Glacier Mints in Norway, for some reason.


And I've read that the customers miss them there).



But we'll see if someone buy them yet.


I haven't started marketing yet, on Google etc.


So I can't say for sure if it's going to be a success yet.



But if it is a success, then I'll think I'll subsribe to the Packaging Database, that I worked on, in 2007 and 2008, to find the best and most in-expensive packaging-solution.



We'll see.


Thank you very much for the help with the advice again!

Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog

On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 12:40 PM, tim <tim@packagingeurope.com> wrote:


Hi Erik,

It’s good to hear from you. I’m pleased to hear about your venture and hope it proves a big success.


That’s an interesting question about the packaging. I agree that there would be a real risk of damaging the crisps in transit. You would definitely need an additional layer of packaging to protect them – maybe a light cardboard box, preferably small enough for the crisps package inside not to rattle around. This should be fairly cheap and is light but provides some rigidity to protect the crisps.


Best wishes,

Tim Sykes


Editor, Packaging Europe

Tel +44 (0)1603 414 444


Fax +44 (0)1603 406 543

tim@packagingeurope.com


www.packagingeurope.com




From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 10 October 2010 20:17
To: tim
Subject: Hi Tim,

how are you?


Thanks for the co-operation, with the Packaging Europe-database, in 2007 and 2008.



I've now started a new webshop, specialising, in selling British food, to Scandinavia, (and Europe):


I have some problems with the packaging, for the crisps and the tortilla-chips.

I thought maybe it was ok, if I asked you, since you work in the packaging-industry.



I need a packaging, that is light-weight, (because I send with airmail), which is in-expensive, (since the products aren't that expensive), and which have room for the 6-packs of 30 grams crisps and tortilla chips, that are very popular, in the UK.


I sell mostly British sweets, but some customers have alse enquired about the crisps.


I used to work as a food shop-manager in Norway, so this is two of my fields, IT and groceries/food.


Since they have stopped selling the Glacier-mints in Norway.


So I thought I could sell them on the internet, since many people in Norway, miss the Glacier-mints.



(I've read on the internet).


I mostly use buble-envelopes.

But, I'm not sure if these are good enough, to send as air mail, without the crisps being broken into many pieces.


I understand this is not really packaging, but more like wrapping.


But I just thought about the packaging-job, when I thought about this, with the wrapping.



So I thought that maybe you would know about this.


Do you think it's possible to send the crips to Norway etc., without them being distroyed?



Hope this is alright!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog










United Utilities ringte

Nå ringte Helen fra United Utilities.

Jeg sa at jeg hadde sendt en e-post tidligere idag.

(Etter å ha mottatt hennes 'voicemail', altså en sånn beskjed, på mobilen, som jeg ikke husker hva heter på norsk, 'tale-beskjed' kanskje?).

Hun sa at hun ikke hadde fått den e-posten enda, for de havner hos en annen avdeling.

Hun lurte på om jeg ville diskutere min e-post fra 18. november.

Jeg sa at jeg ønsket at hun leste min e-post fra idag først.

Og om vi kunne ta det derfra.

Siden at da ville vi være på bølgelengde.

Det sa hun at var greit.

Så det syntes jeg var bra, at hun gikk med på det, istedet for å prøve å 'overkjøre' meg, syntes jeg.

Så det var ikke værst.

Men men.

Så vi får se hva som skjer.

Vi får se.

Mvh.

Erik Ribsskog

Jeg sendte en ny e-post til the Jobcentre




Gmail - Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV










Gmail


Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>




Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV











Erik Ribsskog
<eribsskog@gmail.com>



Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 1:39 PM




To:
CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk






Hi,

sorry I'm sending many e-mails.

I remember one thing at a time.

When Mr. Ellis asked me if it was cold, was at 4 pm.

And then, he says later, he wondered if he should wear his jacket.


But does he leave his jacket in the office?

This wasn't for lunch.

Because who has lunch at 4.30 pm?

He must have noticed, at lunch if it was a cold day.


I suspect Mr. Ellis has no senserity, he's just an oppurtunist, who makes up stories, like a cynic.

That's my impression now.

Sorry I'm writing many e-mails.


Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 1:29 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk


Hi,

because I noticed Mr. Ellis looking at/analysing my shoes, in one of the meetings.


And he said, on Tuesday, that the reason he asked me if it was cold outside, in the meeting before.


Was because he wondered if he should put on his jacket.

And he mentioned 'jacket' twice.

So maybe he isn't impressed by my clothes?

And is mocking me a bit?


But it's his job, to give me Sencia-founds for business-clothes, if I understand it right, since he is my PA, if he thinks I need it.

But I wonder if he is just judging me from my clothes, and then just mocking me, insted of doing his job, and advicing me about clothes for meetings etc., in the UK.


Because I'm from a small place in Norway, so I'm not that good with clothes, always, so I could have needed advice, if I don't dress according to dress-codes.

But I think Mr. Ellis don't advice but mock.


He should have noticed, in the morning, if it was a cold day or not, I think.

Did he sleep in the office, just to joke.

I haven't had much money, these years I've been living in the UK.


So I buy clothes on ASDA and Matalan etc., and inexpensive clothes, so maybe Mr. Ellis is making fun of me, since he's not impressed with my clothes, and thinks I am a kind of person he can just 'mess' with, since I haven't got much money etc?


Just something that came to my mind.

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>


Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 1:07 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk


Hi again,

some of these problems could be because I'm really a refuge, from Norway.


I overhear in Oslo, in 2003, that I was followed by the 'mafian'.

And I was attempted murdered, in Larvik, on my uncles womans farm, in 2005.


But the Home Office, don't want to accept me as a refugee, since I'm from Norway, I guess.

And I have to pretend, to be a normal job-seeker, whilst I really am a refugee, who tries to get my rights, in Norway and the UK, and use some time, om writing on the internet etc., about this, to try to get my rights from the police, etc.


I went to the UK, without anything else than the clothes I wore, in 2005, (since I was attach, by some hunting-team, or something).

And noone in Norway helps me, so I'm not really in a normal situation here, but I'm not sure how to explain about this, to my Personal Advisor, maybe he would freak out, because this is really police-stuff, I think, and I have contacted the Merseyside Police many times, about this, and problems at Bertelsmann Arvato, but the Police here just call me 'Miss', in letters etc.


So I understand that I get strange behavour from working-class/mobster-people due to that they don't understand why I'm here etc.

So this is a really a bit ridiculus, that I have to pretend to be a normal jobseeker, while I am a refugee.


But thats to do with the governments of Norway and the UK, i think I have to say, and the EU and the UN, which I've also contacted.

Sorry about these problems!

Yours sincerely,


Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>


Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 12:45 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk


Hi again,

and the reason I'm a bit upset/stressed now, and sending many e-mails.


Is because Mr. Ellis interrupted the meeting before last, to show me a fairground attraction.


Which I didn't understand anything about.

So this 'freaked me out' a bit, I think.

Mr. Ellis said in the last meeting, that he didn't want the meetings to be 'mechanical'.


But I think I'm a part in the meeting, as well, and think they are supposed to be held in a conventional way.

So I didn't like or understand anything about this fairground attraction-stuff.


And I still don't.

Why did Mr. Ellis interrupt the meeting to show me the fairground attraction?

Is this some British mobster-stuff, that I don't understand, since I'm a normal guy from Norway?


Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>


Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 12:33 PM
Subject: Update/Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk


Hi,

so, the reason I'm sending many e-mails, is because I'm from Norway.


So then I'm a bit slow in the meetings.

So then I have to try to go through the meetings again, when I get home, to try to get to explain what I didn't manage to explain in the meetings.


Just something I thought about now.

Just to try to explain, that I don't mean to be inpolite, by sending many e-mails, but I have a 'handicap', in the meetings, due to that Norwegian is my first language.


Sorry about this!

Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 11:38 AM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk


Hi,

I send about this to you.



I have complained about Mr. Ellis before, but you haven't replied.

Now he is patronising me.

I think I have the right to know which degree my Personal Advisor have.


Then I know if he has a good education or not.

Now, I don't know if he is an under-paid guy, or one who is well-paid, and should offer good customer-support.

I think I'm the customer, or client, here.


I think they are to un-conventonal at Sencia, no business-cards, interrupting meetings to talk about fairgroud atractions, Personal Advisors with bags under their eyes and with a smell and he act like he's crunching himself, (I think it's called).


Why this secrecy?

Why wont they explain about education etc?

Is he labour-class, midle-class, or what?

I can't know if I don't get the business-card.


This secrecy is distroying for the communication.

I have a blog in Norwegian, where I give advice to Norwegians who want to work in the UK, so that's why I write on the internet.


He say he don't need to 'justify his methods'.

I'm simply complaining about un-conventinal behavour.

I'm also in these meetings, so I also I'm a part here.


If one person acts strange in a meeting, then I have the right to ask about what the reason for this is, I think.

I think there could be something 'bogus' here, why can't I get the business-card for this person?


He says my behaviour is unacptable, I appologise, for calling him 'peronal assistant', instead of 'personal advisor', but that's just a typing-error, and I'm from Norway, (like I've explained to Mr. Ellis), so I sometimes type a bit wrong.


Why is Mr. Ellis afraid of my questions in the e-mails?

I think he is afraid of leveling.

I think it's important that a client and his Personal Advisor are on level.


So I think this Employment Zone-stuff with Sencia, with they're secresy and that they don't want to level, is very strange.

This I wanted to please complain about.

And I'm wondering if I could please go to Employment-Zones with another company?


Or at least get another Personal Advisor?

Also, I think my complaint against Mr. Ellis should have been dealt with by his line-manager, and not himself, on Tuesday, so that's a complaint against Sencia Hanover St.


Yours sincerely,

Erik Ribsskog


---------- Forwarded message ----------

From: David Ellis <David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk>

Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 9:14 AM
Subject: RE: Update/Fwd: CV
To: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>




Erik, in all seriousness. your behaviour with regards to
these emails is not acceptable. I do not need to know the majority of the
information in the emails that you are sending to me. I am requesting now
that you send no further correspondence to this email address as your behaviour
is bordering on harrassment. I am not your personal assistant as you claim in
your email below but rather your personal adviser, and therefore do not need to
justify my own methods or tell you my qualifications. If you send any more
emails to me i will return your paperwork to JCP where you will face a decision
making appeal.


Furthermore, i am requesting that you remove my email
address from your internet site as i am receiving a number of emails from people
going on there. Thank you for your future co-operation


David Ellis

Sencia Personal Adviser














David Ellis
Personal Advisor








T: 0151 944 4312
F: 0151 944 4313




www.esggroup.co.uk




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From: Erik Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]

Sent: 25 November 2010 06:39
To: David Ellis
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd:
CV


Also,


the guy in the reception, who looks like he's from Waynes World, wouldn't
give me the pay-cheque, before Tuesdays meeting.

He also told me to just
walk straight in, without anouncing me.



Even if I was there some minutes before 4 pm, (even if I just wrote 4 pm,
on the list to register).



What's this about then?


I think you are acting so un-conventinal there.



Isn't this the UK?


I get surprised by how modern you are acting.



Erik Ribsskog




---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date:
Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:26 AM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk
Cc: CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk



Also,


your spelling isn't fine.


Are you an office-guy or lige e.g. a police-officer, since I don't get
my rights from the police?


Regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>



Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 5:25 AM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd:
CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk
Cc: CONTACT-US <CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>



Also,


I can't see that I have been given your business-card.


So maybe this started a bit wrong, and that's why we have these
problems.


Which qualification have you got, if it's ok to ask.



Regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Thu, Nov 25, 2010 at 3:14 AM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd: CV
To:
David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk



Cc: CONTACT-US <CONTACT-US@dwp.gsi.gov.uk>


Hi again,


and seriously Mr. Ellis.


I told you in my e-mails, that the facts on the CV you made for me, was
wrong.


That there shouldn't be a gap in my employment-history with Rimi.


And that you had put on two degrees I don't really have.



So these are facts, on the CV, which are wrong.



So these need to be corrected, or else it's more or less like fraud, I
think.


And I want to be on level with you, since you have made the CV, and is
my Personal Assistant.



But I think you must be over-worked.


Like I said in the complaint to the job-centre, you had bags under your
eyes.


And on the meeting on Tuesday, I thought you even had a smell.



So I think you have to much to do.


Who is your manager, if I can ask?



At least I think it's un-profesional of you, not to correct the errors I've
pointed out, on the CV.



I send a copy of our correspondence from yesterday, to the Jobcentre
now.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 3:16 PM
Subject: Re: Update/Fwd: CV



To: David Ellis <David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk>


Hi,


ok, I just added about the website and the file, 'for the record', so to
speak, so that's no problem.



'Høgskolekandidat', is also a title, by the way, like I found an example of
here:








Tittel/Title: Høgskolekandidat












It's very fine that you'll add about my IT-skills!



I think that it sounds better with 'awarded manager', in my Personal
Profile, rather than 'manager with a proven track record'.




Just something I thought about.


Thanks again for your reply,



Regards,


Erik Ribsskog








On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 3:07 PM, David Ellis <David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk> wrote:



Erik,
whilst i appreciate the information that you have given to me in relation to
your work history and qualifications, much of this is irrelevent to a CV. This
information was all in your origional CV and this came to 5 pages long. Much
of this CV resembled a full dialogue of your life experiences. The idea of a
CV is to be concise and direct to the point so that the employer does not get
bored reading it.


I did not
mention the website that you showed you in my review as it had nothing to do
with job search. As you quite correctly pointed out in your complaint to the
job centre, that is why you are attending this mandatory employment zone
programme. I didnt write that you have handed me a copy of your job search as
i have actually put the sheet in your file with your
review.


I do
however agree that your specific IT expertise in the areas of HTML, Java
scripy etc should be added to your CV and i will do this
today.


Regards


david















David Ellis
Personal Advisor








T: 0151 944 4312
F: 0151 944
4313



www.esggroup.co.uk


This
email is confidential and intended solely for the use of the individual to
whom it is addressed. Any views or opinions presented are solely those of the
author and do not necessarily represent those of esg. If you are not the
intended recipient, be advised that you have received this email in error and
that any use, dissemination, forwarding, printing, or copying of this email is
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From: Erik
Ribsskog [mailto:eribsskog@gmail.com]
Sent: 24 November 2010
14:57
To: David Ellis
Subject: Re: Update/Fwd:
CV





And here's more about my degree, 'Høgskolekandidat', which I found
on the internet, (Euroeducation.net):



The Høgskolekandidat
(College candidate) degree is obtained after two
years of study. This degree may be built upon to
obtain a Bachelor's degree. The degree is offered at state university colleges
and a few private institutions.






Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





On Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 2:31 PM, Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com> wrote:

Heres
a link, by the way, from Wikipedia, about the Norwegian Engineering and
Technologist-society/union, NITO, which I'm a member of, (since I have the
IT-degree, from Oslo University College):



Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog






---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>



Date: Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 2:20 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd:
CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk


And also,

I think it should say, that I'm an 'award-winning manager'.


Because when I won the store manager-competition, 'Rimi Gullårer',
in the second half of 2001, then I received a metal-pen and a signed letter
written to my name, from Forbes-billionaire, Stein Erik Hagen, (the founder
of the Rimi Food-shop chain).



Just something I had on my mind.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>



Date: Wed, Nov 24, 2010 at 2:08 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd:
CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk


Hi again,


sorry that I'm sending many e-mails.


But shouldn't it say on the CV, that, (since I have the Norwegian
degree in IT), am a member of the Norwegian Engineering-organisation NITO,
and also, (since I have experience from management), am a member of NITO's
manager-forum, (which only a few hundred engineers/tech-educated people are
in Norway).


Just something I thought about.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>



Date: Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 6:40 PM
Subject: Fwd: Update/Fwd:
CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk


Also,


we don't have something called 'Health and safety', in Norway.



I'm not sure if that should be mentioned as one of my main skills,
because I'm not really sure about what this includes.


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>



Date: Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 6:21 PM
Subject: Update/Fwd: CV
To: David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk


Hi,


also, it shouldn't be a gap, in the time I worked for Rimi, I worked in
the check-out and with stocking goods, from December 1992 to the summer of
1994, from then I worked as a manager, untill the automn of 2004.



Also I wonder if it shouldn't say on the CV, that I won a prestigious
competition, ('Rimi Gullårer'), in shop-management, in Rimi, for the second
half of 2001.


Only a few of Rimi's many houndred store-managers win this
competition every half-year.



Also, I have work-experience from System Development, from 1993, which
I think should be on the CV, from the stated reason, that IT jobs are the
first I look for.



Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog





---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: Erik Ribsskog <eribsskog@gmail.com>

Date: Tue, Nov 23, 2010
at 5:29 PM
Subject: Re: CV
To: David Ellis <David.Ellis@sencia.co.uk>


Hi Mr. Ellis,


I just wanted to send some feedback on the CV.



Firstly, my degree from university-level, is a
'Høgskolekandidat'-degree, in IT, from Oslo University College, from
2009.


Jet tells me this is comparable with a Foundation Degree/Higher
National Diploma.


That's it.


I haven't got any more degrees from University-level, even if I
wait for one, in Information Management, but then NITH in Oslo has to
approve of some of my IT-modules from Oslo University College first.



And I haven't got a Higher National Diploma in IT, it's only a degree
which is comparable with that.



Further, I have sent my CV to 'the Fuller CV', and they wanted me to
write about that I have a degree in marketing in my personal profile, so
perhaps that should be mentioned, on the CV, that I have a degree from Upper
Secondary School in Marketing, (and Information Management).



Also, I think it perhaps should say on the CV, that I have skills in
HTML, Javascript, CSS, Programming, System Development, etc.



You said in the first meeting that you wanted to asses my IT-skills,
but I can't see that you have done that.



I think that since I have a degree in IT, then IT is my main-field, and
then my IT-skills should be put on top of the CV.



Since when I look for jobs, on the Jobcentre website, then I first look
for the IT jobs in Web-design etc.


And then I think the CV should be customised for that.



Also, you didn't write on the summary that I gave you a copy of file
showing the jobs I've applied for, since the last meeting.


And you didn't write in the summary, that I showed you the website,
that I have been working on, since the last meeting:






You said I shouldn't have a photo of myself with a beer-can, on a site
like that.


I explained it was from the Matthew St. Festival, where one are
allowed to drink outside.


Since one of my interests, like it says on the CV, are music.


You also wondered if I was going to put my CV on that web-site,
which I could confirm.


And I showed you a picture of my grand-mothers furniture, to do
with that she inherited Holger baron Adeler, which is Norways only 'proper'
noble-line, I think I have to say.



Just thought I'd write this, while I remember it.


Hope this is alright!


Best regards,


Erik Ribsskog








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