Monthly Archives: January 2009
Have you ever gone looking at Threadless? There are some nice T-shirts there. It is a community driven T-shirt site. People submit designs; they get voted on; and if the votes are enough they get their T-shirts printed (& US$2000). … Continue reading
Tokyo Institute of Technology at sunset with a nice fan of clouds.
Looking across the platform at Shinjuku station, from a train on the ChÅ«Å-SÅbu Line to a packed train on the Yamanote Line.
Looking back through the photos I have taken in Tokyo I found this one of a train covered in iPod advertisements. Not just the outside, but also all the ads inside. Being the major transportation form in Tokyo, about 70% … Continue reading
It is interesting the peculiarities of shops in different parts of the world. In Japan they play music at you when they are going to close, you get about 15 minutes warning. And quite often they will play Auld Lang … Continue reading
I have a nice new PSP 3000 and thought it nice to upload some video to it. But all the software I found for MacOS X crashes or produces bad files. All that is but one. Looking through the things … Continue reading
This train is only medium full, I have been on much more crowed trains in Tokyo, where you can’t move. The interesting thing about this shot is the advertisement for boxer briefs in multiple colours and patterns. In Tokyo you … Continue reading
In recent news I see that Steve Jobs is having hormone issues. Reports say that his current weight less is not due to a recurrence of cancer, just a hormone imbalance. Isn’t it obvious, at 53 Jobs, the mother of … Continue reading
On new years eve we went and queued up at Sensoji temple in Asakusa. It is custom for Japanese to visit a temple to pray on the first day of the new year. And we though it would be interesting … Continue reading