Looks like I'm having a house party this weekend. Last time I did, someone broke one of my doors (and I'll never let him forget it, Joe). That was about 2 years ago, so time for another go at it. I have a lot of cleaning to do, but I'll try not to let it interfere with my posting schedule too much.
Anyway, here're my highlights for the second week of May:
- Rene at Shoujiki Shindoi briefly reviewed a movie called Ohoku (大奥), the premise of which is that a disease has drastically decreased the male population of feudal Japan, effectively placing women in power and reversing the gender roles. Looks worth a rent.
- Fluent in Three Months featured an article about how to think in a foreign language. Been a goal of mine for a while.
- I wrote a bit about using your iThinger as a tool for studying Japanese.
- Hikosaemon posted an interesting bit of advice for aspiring YouTube partners, though I think his suggestions are more widely applicable.
- And over at Copyblogger, a piece about how to create compelling content when you "don't have a clue."