Why wait for the NES Classic Edition by Nintendo to have that old 8-bit console replica in your living room?
Daft Mike is an electronics geek and loves retro games. He wasn’t going to sit around for the release of the official mini NES on November 11!… Continue reading “NESPi: the DIY mini NES”
Since last year, I’ve been joining other participants of the Tokyo Electronic Musicians Collective, also known as Chōrai, organised by Katohmy, a music producer in Tokyo. People joining the regular gatherings are fans of electronic music, clustered in groups within, each with its own theme: DJs, singers, hip-hop, etc. … Continue reading “First Chōrai Mobile gathered aspiring and experienced electronic music talents in Tokyo”
You hear Patrick Stewart, and the first image you get is Captain Jean-Luc Picard of Star Trek: The Next Generation, or Professor Charles Xavier of X-Men. Both his characters often has a calm demeanour, a strong mind, with a good will making them great peaceful leaders and excellent mediators between parties that don’t agree with each other.… Continue reading “Patrick Stewart is the bad guy in “Green Room””
In Japan, people often associate tattoos with gang members of the yakuza. So, it’s no surprise most gyms and onsen, public hot-water baths, will not accept guests with tattoos on their body. No matter how subtle the tattoo may be or how insignificant.… Continue reading “Magic tape covers your tattoos for the gym and onsen”
If you can read this article, you speak English and understand the language when it is spoken to you.
But what would happen if you had to travel back in time? How far back could you go and still be okay with our modern English?… Continue reading “Would you understand English if you travelled back in time?”