I’ve ben playing with QRcodes (Quick Response) or 2D codes for a while now. I’ve started with a QRcampaign to draw more attention to places where conventionally people don’t think of advertising their site or skills. Above is a sample … Continue reading
One of the things that I always wanted with the club is a decent screen to show anime. Dragging a large plasma, or LCD/LED panel screen is not much an option. LCD projectors are not only expensive but the replacement … Continue reading
Not all my photographs and video are of conventions and cosplayers. I take time to go out and shoot whatever as a means of practice with my equipment. One site I’ve found while diving into the deeper side of Youtube … Continue reading
As I convert another section, Hot Links, of Anime London main site over to blog, here is a link to an exceptional papercraft website. As posted in Forums links section …. While checking out 4chan’s papercraft section, I found a … Continue reading
URL: Modulation.biz Chances are the best Japanese Electronic music PODCAST. Tomoyugi Sugimoto’s MODULATION! He is accepting voice samples from his listeners to use in future podcasts. Side note: One of my samples of myself saying ‘Modulation’ was used for one … Continue reading
URL: Daily Mainichi URL: Yourmi Online Missing the latest news from Japan but can’t read Japanese? Don’t worry! Check out both Daily Mainichi and Yourmi Online for the news from the land where tomorrow is today.
URL: www.animenfo.com Trying to find the latest info on anime and manga? This is one site I go to to find out information a series and who are the voice actors.
URL: www.ninjai.com Anime London has a big heart for animated shorts. Particularly before our break time. This animated flash series, ‘Ninjai, The Little Ninja‘ is one of the best short series I’ve seen yet since U.R.D.A and well worth the … Continue reading
URL: www.BigWhiteGuy.com For what started as a means of communicating to friends at home about his adventures in Hong Kong, Big White Guy has become a window on Asian culture. HIGHLY Recommended.
Toronto Japanese Short Film Festival is presenting more than 20 short films including 8 animations done by up-and-coming Japanese filmmakers and other filmmaker’s works related to Japan. Airing First on November 11th 2003 then repeating November 19th 2003 at Innis … Continue reading