brainscannr.com

The last in this week’s series of introductions to my other web properties is for brainscannr.com, a site I developed after seeing the runaway success of the Japanese site Nonai Maker. Sadly for my wallet, I came nowhere near the 600 million accesses! My rather happy brain is drawn on Read more…

Tepido.org

If you have no interest in Drama Queen activities in the English-language Japanese blog world, please stop reading now! My fourth side-project is the most sensitive of my projects, as it is about a site, and the person behind it, that raises the most passions both for and against of Read more…

MyBuddhistName.com

As the third in the series of the WJT blogging empire introduction, I proudly present my second site after What Japan Thinks, a simple one-page name generator, this one spewing out a Buddhist name, based on the English translation of the Japanese of the Chinese of the Sanscript names. I Read more…

BlogOfTrust.com

The second site in the series introducing my blogging empire is BlogOfTrust.com. This is probably my favourite site, and is definitely the highest-earning per visitor, but when you consider it’s just about the least-frequently visited… The blog is in a niche all of its own when it started out; it Read more…

Evoticon.net

As I’m on holiday this week, and as most of the survey companies are too, rather than doing some translation I thought instead I’d introduce a few other web sites in the What Japan Thinks empire. I welcome all comments from my readers about these other sites! ミ★(=^・・^)v Thanks!!★彡 First Read more…

What Japan Thinks, the book

No, I’ve not decided to go into publishing, but instead I’ve just noticed that Google have digitised a book entitled “What Japan Thinks”, written by Kiyoshi Karl Kawakami in 1921 and are offering it in various formats on the Internet Archive for free. The book is a collection of essays Read more…

Twitter Weekly Updates for 2009-07-05

Complaints one cannot make to one’s Japanese girlfriend: Or wife, or boyfriend or husband, as the case may be, a.. http://tinyurl.com/l4wdrl # Bing unknown to nine in ten Japanese: The headline figure is not really surprising to me, partially because it h.. http://tinyurl.com/kwep8j # Death of pink bunny shocked many Read more…