Just realized that until my post on next week’s PauseTalk, the top post that welcomed people to the site for the past week was of a man dressed in green, handling a “protruding” frog over his groin. That, my friends, is JeanSnow.net.
April’s PauseTalk is just around the corner, with Vol. 39 set to happen this coming Monday (April 5) at Cafe Pause, with the usual start time of 20:00 — the cafe is reserved from 19:30, so feel free do drop by a bit early. You can let me know you’re coming on the Facebook event page.
Also, apologies that I didn’t get to put together a participants list for last month’s edition — it’s been a rather hectic month (as you can probably tell by the slowness in postings here).
I have a new piece up on CNNGo, covering the “performance art” izakaya Kagaya in Shimbashi. Big thanks to my Rough Guides colleague Simon Richmond for introducing me to the spot — we had a great night of eating and drinking there a month back, which some of you may remember as a string of tweets I did.
After I tweeted that I got some business cards made for SNOW Magazine, a few people asked to see what it looks like, and so here goes. Big thanks again to my fellow GOOD Inc. compatriot Luis Mendo for the image on the front, and font suggestion for my name on the back — it’s the font off which the SNOW logo was created, Los Niches.
Where’s my PauseTalk participants list? Why isn’t there any new content on SNOW Magazine today? What the hell is up with Radio OK Fred? Life (and a cold) and work have definitely gotten in the way of things of late. No need to worry though, good things come to those who wait (and the wait won’t be long, I promise).
Just a reminder that tonight (March 8) is this month’s edition of PauseTalk (Vol. 38) at Cafe Pause, with a start time of 20:00. As always, the cafe is reserved from 19:30, so feel free to show up a bit early. Have been suffering through a cold this past weekend and still have a bit of a cough, so come on down and chime in, as I hope to do less talking and more listening tonight.