OK, so since this year I decided not to go to AFA (for financial reasons--gotta save), I'm in a reminiscing mood. And since I actually had started writing something about it (but never finished it in 2012 lol), I guess it's time to post something. So below is my account of my first-ever trip to the Anime Festival Asia held in Singapore.
So I thought I'd post something again, before this blog turns into a one-post-a-month blog.
This blog finally turned 5 a few days ago. I planned on writing a long post but as usual I never found the energy to do it. So what's happened? When I started out in 2006 I was full of energy, watching a lot of shows both old and new. I watched more shows in …
I came across this result via ANN about a survey conducted by BIGLOBE regarding fictional schools that people want to attend. It caught my interest and decided to think up my own list. Well, that's assuming I was born Japanese AND my parents had lots of monies to be able to send me to most of my listed schools. (So it looks like my lists project will be continuing this year.) =D
More than a year after I published the prioritization matrix post I had been toying with the idea of posting another useful tool of my trade applied in the context of anime blogging. Well, here it is! My example tackles Glass Mask, or Gurasu no Kamen, circa 2005.
If I remember right, this was the question that blogging senpai Hopeless Sensei asked a few years ago. His blog is gone now, I don't know what I wrote back then too. But this is not a rehash. The twist is this: if ever anime can no longer be found for free in the internet, would you abandon it as a hobby?
Should I say 'Tadaima'?