Phoot Photos Daily has a new series of pics up on a daily basis, and it’s really nice stuff.
As you can see, I’ve just made a big revision to the site. I’m still playing around with it, but this is something I like a lot better than what I had up last week. The idea is that a lot of links are going to be popping up in boxes, here and there. I’m planning on getting links to all of the stuff I’ve done on the Web in the past 4 years. At the bottom you’ll see a link to AS (Acadiespatiale.com), which was the main project I worked on for close to 4 years with my good friend Guy Bourgeois. It was a site that promoted Acadian (French speakers from the Maritimes, in Eastern Canada) culture and ideas. We officially closed the site last week, which is now going to give us more time to work on future projects, one of which is this site for me. I’ve been writing a weekly column in French for the whole time about my life in Tokyo, often including pics, and this is what I hope to continue here, but with even more updates thanks to the ease of use of Blogger.
Right now I am kinda drunk. We had some friends over for dinner, and we showed them our videos and pics from our trip to China in August. Good food, and good beer, was had by all. One thing I really like about Japan is the fact that the major beer makers come out with lots of seasonal beer. You’ve seen a previous post about Suntory’s Fall beer, and tonight I tried out Asahi’s offering, which was pretty damn tasty.
Also, as I was on a beer run at the local combini (convenience store), I got to see our local matsuri in full effect. There were people dancing, kids playing games while wearing their yukatas (a kind of kimono that you wear in the Summer), and lots of classic matsuri grub to be eaten. I took a couple of pics, which I’ll probably post tomorrow.
Today is my neighborhood’s annual matsuri (festival). I walked out to the main street to see lanterns hanging everywhere and people wearing their yukata or jimbei. Later in the evening, they will walk around carrying huge portable shrines. I’ll try to go out later and take some pics.
Yes, the one and only Pitfall!, in all its original Atari glory. I am wasting way too much time on this.
THOMAS HELLMANN PHOTOGRAPHIE has some really nice pics, as well as a fun navigation interface. Too bad the pics aren’t of higher resolution though.
The weather is really getting to me, it’s just too damn hot. I mean, it’s September now and yet it seems that it’s even hotter than August. Please, beautiful Fall weather, come rescue me! In the meantime I guess I’ll have to drink more beer.
Some of the illustrative work by Kozyndan is really nice. Go in the illustrations section and check out the panoramics.
The MX site has one of the coolest intros, as well as a very neat animated navigation system.