On 9/11, 19 years ago, I was alone in my small apartment in Dieppe, New Brunswick. It was only a bedroom. My smallest apartment in Tokyo was even bigger than that place. The apartment building felt more like a dormitory with its shared bathrooms, kitchen, and a few strange people.Continue reading “Remembering 9/11”
I got a bonus recently and I thought it was time to buy something new. My MacBook, while still working, was starting to show age. So, what should I buy? Another MacBook?Continue reading “The iPad Pro is (not) for a developer”
It’s 2 AM. I’m in my bedroom. The window is open, and I can hear the crickets. I’m the only one up in the house; everyone else is asleep. “Maybe I should go to bed,” I tell myself. “Or maybe I’ll just continue to surf the Web for the just another hour…”Continue reading “Retrosurfing: Browsing the Web of yesterday”
Hey! It’s been a while. I realise I haven’t written here for almost exactly three years! I guess working at home and almost never going out during the COVID-19 pandemic is a good time to catch up.Continue reading “Danshari 断捨離”
What’s better than playing Super Mario Maker? Playing Super Mario Maker while having an orchestra perform the soundtrack for you, of course!
In a cute attempt of recreating the experience of playing the Wii U game in a living room, if your living room happened to have a giant projector screen and a stage dedicated to musicians and a concertmaster, L’Orchestre de Jeux Vidéo (Orchestra of Video Games) in Montreal, or OJV for short, accompanied a gamer playing one of the levels by GiantBomb.… Continue reading “Playing Super Mario Maker with a live orchestra”