Beyond the World Vol.2

Sunday, July 24, 2005

Thank you for your visiting my weblog

Hi there!

This is a new weblog that I created just today.
I want to get in touch with you through the weblog, so please join and give a comment whwnever you like.

Although this is a sort of fancy world where we actually cannnot see directly each other, I would like to continue this weblog and inform you of my ideas and experiences because I will study abroad soon.

OK, let's get started!

Friday, July 22, 2005

21 yeas old now!

Today is my birthday....21 years old

I've gotten many messages from my friends. Thank you very very much!!
I want to express my appreciation to all of my friends, and also my family on this weblog..

Yes, my life has been full of exciting events in university since second grade. This is because I could meet really good teachers who have strong sprit and enthsiasiasm for teaching. Also, I could start something really new for me, business. Third, I have a almost free ticket to study abroad for 9 months in France. It is nice to have somethingintyeresting that I can really concentrate on.

However, as I study history, workd affairs, and domestic issues in Japan, I sometimes really disappointed at what happeded to people living in all over the world, such as poverty, ethnic conflicts, and more and more.... Ironically, a terror occurred in London again yesterday. Why such a terrible thing happened to the innocent people?

This is the reason why I bought a "WhiteBand" in a shop on my way to home on my birthday. Do you know what it is? you can see the details on its website


If you want one, you can purchase it in "Francfranc" or big book store.

This might be so tiny action, but I hope it will be really really big flow that encourage everyone to resolve the probelm.

I wonder what becomes of the world when I grew up.

Wednesday, July 20, 2005

My PC has gone to hospital

Yesterday evening, while i was searching some information on the Internet, My pc suddenly stopped working well. I tried to fix the problem many times, I couldn't do it. That is why I went to a store where I bought my computer, and asked to repair it. A shop woman told me that it takes 3 weeks to report the problem. I was realy shocked and disappointed, however, I have no way to use the computer again. my pc is not so pld, but sometimes i encounter the sort of the situation.

Walkimng around the store, I found Apple Computer(iMac G5). I was way too cheap.....less than 100,000 yen!! I was likely to buy it as soon as i saw the price......

Anyway, I will study abroad, so I hope my PC will be completely fixed and have no problem on working..

Although my family has one more PC, so I can do maximum things, I cannnot do what I have been doing with my PC (making HP.....whatever)

I found that I was a slave of computer.

P.S I'm gonna be 21 years old on 22nd

Wednesday, July 13, 2005

Presentation on presentation

Today, I went to see a presentation on presentation, how to establish and give an effective presentation with powerpoint or keynotes, which was given by Garr Reynolds, who is one of the great teachers in KGU.

In fact, this was second time to see the presentation. I thought it was completely same as last time, however, today's presentation was added much information that I have never heard before. That's why I was naturally eager to listen to his story. Because I was one of the students who took his class in univ, I am really familiar with what he wants to deliver to us, fundamentaly. anyway, I need to explain no more. just one thing, GREAT!!

I would be so disappointed if I went to France because I cannot join the DesignMatters, or another exciting event in Japan through his connection.

Sunday, July 10, 2005

what are Japanese thinking of....

As we know, there were two election in Hyogo and Tokyo. When I watched the news, I was really surprised and totally disappointed at Japanese.

First of all, do you know the election turnout? only 33% of the governatorial election in Hyogo!! Wait, where had the rest of them been...???? The reason is because of the rain? because of bargain?(many bargain has started since the beginning of the July, or earlier) Don't make me laugh... We are nation who have a right to vote and who can express our opinion to Gov. This right is really useful and practical, however, many of us don't use it, and even they are not interested in any political movements or serious social issues in Japan. As a result, unfortunately, many executives in Diet abuse their privilleges and only purse their personal monetary benefit, rather than don't take people's issues into account and help our life.

We might be able to say, "the executives are to blame for the issues" really? Do you think they have all responsibilities for our life? i don't think so much. WE ave a responsibility for our life. WE have to express our opinion to Gov; otherwise, our life is gonna be deteriorated. Are you really satisfied with Japanese Government?

Our future wouldn't be blight unless we took positive action to gorvernment. I wonder if I could get out of Japan....