Yesterday I decided upon taking a subscription on Japanese Nostalgic Car magazine and also bought some of their fine stickers. Of course I took the subscription including the first issue!
This is what the first issue looks like:
The issue features the Datsun 240Z, 510, 40th anniversary of the Mazda Rotary, 50th birthday of the Skyline and much more. Can’t wait to hold the first issue actually in my hands and read about all the stories.
Great to see how the new media can make a switch to the old media as well. 😉
Today I found this great tool:
It enables you to view which Adsense banners are shown in certain countries.
The great thing about that is that you can see different targeting per country. For instance: I’m living in The Netherlands which means that my targeting is in the best case some link to Nissan or Toyota dealers. Not a really good targeting IMO.
However if I’m looking at what people from the US receive makes me a bit more happy: “Initial D ringtones”, “Nissan Skyline R34 for sale”, “Nitrox RC cars”. 🙂
And I just removed the larger Google Adsense banner two days ago in favor for Yesasia.com banners… 🙁
During programming at work I like to listen to some music because I can concentrate more and it makes me focus much more upon the progamming instead of being distracted by colleagues.
Today I really was looking for some Super Eurobeat because I needed to speed up the typing even more… So I started looking for an Eurobeat shoutcast stream. Then I discovered Initial D World opened a shoutcast stream featuring Eurobeat on the 16th of April last year. Talk about nice birthday present more than a year afterwards. 😉
They say that Eurobeat will be broadcasted at least 12 hours a day between 4:00 AM ~ 4:00 PM PST, and the rest of the time it will be filled up with DJ sets and some other music whenever needed. Currently it should be Trance and Eurobeat, however I currently only hear Eurobeat…
Aah, I still remember having the Initial D game on the GBA emulator… I tried and tried to remember all options, figure out what the best option per corner would be. But I sucked soooo hard at this game I gave up after trying it for a day or something.
It’s great to see some people collected their walkthough on Youtube now! Take this Keisuke vs Takumi walkthrough for instance:
I love the oldschool GBA music (mostly Eurobeat in sid/gsf/chiptune) and the graphics are very nicely animated as well! Those Wantanabes are really well done!
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