Uploaded all these photos before I got to Singapore and was supposed to write this up between meals but obviously didn't get the chance to ^^;
Stepped off the Singapore roller coaster and already been on the Tokyo roller coaster since I arrived. Loads of mails and clients tasks to catch up on and just got a request from Tokyo MX TV to do short feature on my shenanigans to be aired across Japan early Jan.
First photo - at the Kotobukiya flagship store signing copies of Otacool with Ai-chan. Steve Nagata in the middle.
Prepping the Mac Book Air for the Singapore trip. Tried to use MobileMe to keep settings and prefs in sync but does not work if the usernames are not the same on both machines?
For example settings like folder directories get synced over to the MacBook Air where my username is Nanoha but my username on the MacBook Pro is Guncannon - the MacBook Air ends up with /User/Guncannnon/blah/ which does not exist.
How do you handle keeping a working environment up to date on more than two machines? a USB drive? MobileMe?
Mobile carrier Softbank (the iPhone guys) want to give you 10 months worth of their monthly fees for free if you ditch your current carrier and go with them instead. You still have to pay for your normal calls though.
Watching some German news in the morning. The NHK channel shows news from around the world. Some programs are broadcasted in native language on one sound channel and Japanese on the other. I remember when I first came to Japan and changed the Friday night film over from the English to the Japanese sound channel - was a Steve Segal movie. Did you know he speaks bloody good Japanese? Forward to 2:30 to listen to him talk.
Steve Segal CM thrown in below for good measure.
Bayonetta - one of the best games I've ever played. Was speaking to Kurot today too and shes completed it already! Clip below talks about the lady who plays Bayonetta - me wants a pic with her too! Hmmm. I bet Alodia would make a gorgeous Bayonetta!
Must get some Bayonetta hours in this week before I forget all the combo moves.
Chucking out a load of boxes - need to pull out the plastic and flatten the cardboard first though. Usually keep boxes for a while in the event that I get bored of a figure which I can then retire to a comrade. Do you keep *all* you boxes?
Usually throw out boxes for electronic equipment as they take up so much space. The Mac boxes are so nicely made though that it makes you wonder how much Apple are charging us just for the packaging.