It’s Chinese New Year and my friend is home visiting his family. From abroad he sends me this!. View at your own risk! If this does it for you I do NOT want to hear about it :-p
This article, “Embrace file-sharing, or die“, is being linked to all over the net. The authors’s main point seems to be that file sharing promotes sales so media companies should embrace it.
Other points they bring up is that consumers will choose the most convenient method. They also claim the media industries are not forward thinking.
It seems to me the authors are the non-forward thinking party here. My friends download music, movies and games from KaZaA all the time. They have collections of hundreds of movies they have burnt to CD or DVD in their collections. Are they likely to buy or rent the tape of those movies?
Over priced no fun theme restaurant
Counting in Japanese is much harder than counting in English. First of all there are 2 counting system. Most of you have probably heard
etc… but there is another,
The second counting method is a prefix which is why I put the tsu in parenthesis. It also only goes to 10. After that you switch back to the 1st but it is used quite often. Then to make it more compliated there are exceptions
First of all, in the first counting system, 4 can be yon or shi and 7 can be nana or shichi. I depends on what you are using them for.
I think I’ve metioned the differences between western emoticons \:-) and Japanese emoticons <^_^> but here are a few interesting ones.
Do it yourself fried food!
You never know the kind of things people will think up. The other day I was walking through Toys R Us in Odiaba and I found this (more…)