X Japan – Last Live Full Version

On June 13, 2011, in Music, Uncategorized, X Japan,

On June 11 Yoshiki tweets that he finally finished editing X Japan Last Live Full Version after 13 years, that it took 13 years because it was so pailful that he could not watch till the end. Good news is then, can we expect its DVD release in the US soon? I would love to have it. […]

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CSS (Cascading Style Sheets)

On June 10, 2011, in More, Web,

I have a few web sites to maintain. On and off, I had been cleaning up codes on them for years. My idea is clean up old codes and use CSS as much and as practical as possible, without changing appearance. It’s the same as a house. It’s faster to build a new one. When I change […]

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Apple iTune Store

On June 10, 2011, in Catching Up, More,

Thanks to my recent favorite Japanese heavy metal band “X Japan”, I made Apple account for the first time. For someone who knows nothing about Apple store, it is kind of confusing.  It said I needed to make Apple account to purchase at iTune store. So I made it. After I made my account, I logged in […]

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X Japan – Scarlet Love Song

On June 10, 2011, in Music, X Japan,

“Scarlet Love Song” is the main theme song of anime Tezuka Osamu’s “Buddha – Akai Sabaku yo Utsukushiku”, released in Japan on May 27, 2011. I read the song would be released on June 08 worldwide. But it was not available either at Amazon or iTune. It turned out available only in Japan. On iTune there, it […]

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X Japan ToshI – After the Reunion

On June 1, 2011, in Music, X Japan,

X Japan was reunited in 2007 for I.V., a theme song of a movie for worldwide release. First forward, they did North American Tour in 7 cities in the US and Canada in 2010, finishing with New York sold out concert. Comments in media were very favorable. I have been reading fun’s comments at YouTube […]

First Tomatoes This Year 2011

On June 1, 2011, in Gardening, More,

Here’s my husband’s first tomatoes this year. Everything comes in three. I think they are called 100. He has been growing his tomato plants in more than several pots, along with some in ground. During freezing winter nights, he put heater next to a tomato pot under cover, or brought others inside. Now it’s 98 […]

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