HATSU-MOUDE(the first shrine visit of the year)

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OO-MISOKA: the last day of the year

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[EAYP2008]Extreme Ad hoc Year-end Party 2008

We welcome the New Year while writing the code in a separate place.
so we don't need to get together when we hold a party.
We can take communication with skype, share the code with github.

We are calling this the Extreme Ad hoc Year-end Party 2008 [EAYP2008].

Of course, we also developped the official site which can check the situation of a party on real time.



We wrote the code while drinking sake after the comic market.

Comiket - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Comiket (コミケット, Komiketto?), otherwise known as the Comic Market (コミックマーケット, Komikku Māketto?) or CM, is the world's largest comic convention, held twice a year in Tokyo, Japan.[1] The first CM was held in December 1975, with only about 32 participating circles and an estimated 600 attendees.[2] Attendance has since swelled to nearly a half million people.[1] It is a grassroots, DIY effort for selling dōjinshi, self-published Japanese works. As items sold in CM are considered very rare (because dōjinshi are seldom reprinted), some items sold at CM can be found in shops or on the Internet at prices up to 10 times the item's original price.

The continuing operation of CM is the responsibility of the Comic Market Preparatory Committee (CMPC).


75th Comic Market, held in Japan!!

Hi, this is takano32.
75th Comic Market, held in Japan(Ariake, Big Sight) from 12/28 to 12/30.This is the most famous comic flea market, so the scale of market is no longer flea.

What a many people there are!

See! People look like grit and dust!!

Some of them may really dust...

These years, the market is larger and larger, their manner is distinctly worse.

By the way, Comic Market is also good taste for hackers.

Some of circles, the teams for Comic Market, are selling books for hack, displaying out-of-the-way computer and so on.

Comic Market must be very exciting event for all over the hackers in the World and the Internet!

Hacker 's Cafe occupied the Linux cafe in Akihabara

Hacker 's Cafe occupied the Linux cafe in Akihabara.
秋葉原にあるリナックスカフェは、我々Hacker's Cafeが占拠した!

The electronic parts of various kinds are sold in Akihabara.

Fork outlet is mobiler manner

Hi, this is takano32.
In Japan some of restaurant let us use outlet.
But, many people want to use outlet.People often quarrel over about outlet of rights.

So, mobiler, hackers kicking around out, effort to fork outlet, and let many people be able to use outlet.

We always kick around with tap to fork outlet.
It's manner of mobiler.

At the party after Firefox Developers Conference 2008

At the party after Firefox Developers Conference 2008, we wrote the code while drinking sake(JAPANESE alcoholic drink).

In the Japanese McDonald, a power supply is free to use.

This label says "It is an outlet for laptops. Feel free to use."

We are HAI-JIN

HAI-JIN(廃人) is a Japanese word, pronounce like 'high gene'. However its meaning is similar to 'geek' or 'nerd'. HAI-KI-BUTSU(廃棄物) means 'waste', HAI-SHI(廃止) means 'obsolete' and HAI-JIN means 'a person in bad state' for example drug-addiction. You know, we are all web-addicted and PC-addicted. Some of us is also game-addicted. Happy HAI-JIN life!!


We look back at the year with laptops

We look back at the year, often carrying in and coding a notebook PC to Bar.

Hacking the Skype Chat

using rubygems "Ruby4Skype" (on windows...) :

Now, We can mash up the web information and skype chat.

I'm studying about ARToolKit.

New editor: NISHIO Hirokazu

Hi, I'm NISHIO Hirokazu, a Jython book author, now joined to this blog! I'm now interested in CUDA and OpenCV.

I have also been interested in origin of words. For example, my family name "NISHIO" is made of two characters "NISHI"(west) and "O"(tail). "O" has same origin with "WO"(fish) so my ancestor might be a fisher. "NISHIO" is pronounces like "knee see awe" but shorter. My given name "Hirokazu" is made of two characters "HIRO" and "KAZU". "HIRO" is pronounced like a hero. It means "big" and "calmful". (Wiktionary). "KAZU" is pronounced like a cousin without "n". It means "peace" and "harmony". (Wiktionary).

Feel free to ask me if you have any questions about Japanese words!


Japanese Shinkansen

"Shinkansen" is most high speed Train in Japan(Super Super Express).
It runs Tokyo to Osaka. It takes 2:40 for 550 km.

According to "Shinkansen"
is very high speed、but It comes par 10 mins and it lates less than 10mins.

"Shinkansen" is very useful one of infrastruction.






32nd Ruby committer a.k.a. takano32

I joined Ruby Project and became a Ruby committer dozens of weeks ago.

I mainly commited Ruby at IA-64 support.

So, you find a [BUG] in IA-64 architecture, plrease report me or ruby-dev mail list.

Thank you.


Hacker's Cafe Reinvents the Web Server

Hello, everybody. I'm Akio. I introduce a self-run-type Web server today.

MAKE: Blog: Made in Japan - Volume 30
The Web Server is Running
Here's a funny little video by akio0911 of Hacker's Cafe of a laptop-endowed radio controlled car running a web server and getting directions via the internet from an iPod Touch. Does this seem a tad overly-complicated? Well, it is, but it's from a project called "Hacker's Cafe Reinvents the Web Server" which judging by the laughter at a recent presentation is most definitely is an exercise in overly-contrived hackerism delivered with a hilarious nod to Steve Jobs' keynote addresses. Just as the iPhone was supposed to combine the best of a phone, PDA, and web browser, Akio says in his presentation that this device is supposed to be the culminating combination of a remote control, a web server, and a radio-controlled truck. It's good to see people doing cool stuff and with a sense of humor.

Please E-mail me ! akio0911@gmail.com


TAKANO Mitsuhiro / takano32

Hi, all. I'm TAKANO Mitsuhiro.
I'm a member of Japan UNIX Society, and an organizer of it.

I'm a normal geek, and my skill is losting my memory at once.

..., write about me to test Team Blog Function.
Thank you and take it easy!

# by the way, Google is a terrible company. What a wonderful service this is!!

高野光弘 / takano32