The Kajiura/FictionJunction panel was probably the first panel I absolutely wanted to head to on my list. I've been a fan of Kajiura since she did music for Noir, admired her work in See-Saw (and setting the stage for Ishikawa Chiaki), adored FictionJunction songs wherever they were played, and fell in love with Kalafina. I didn't really have any questions for her, but it would have been outstanding to get an autograph. (Sadly, I didn't.)
Anime Expo has crept around again. Now equipped with the latest in mobile computing technology (that is, a rugged Lenovo notebook rather than a dying craptop), audio and video recording bans can be circumvented by old-fashioned typing.
...Please forgive my inability to write an intro. I haven't written anything in years.
Just a video, it's been a while since something was posted here. Two of our fellow #beastslair members were in this video as well.
Okay until I figure out how to embed a video, here is the link: http://youtu.be/wpminNuXxiU
JAPAN: it is, fortunately, a land that is fully welcoming of commercialization and modern art. Herein I will share some of the pictures I took of things in Tokyo and Osaka.
This is an addendum to the New PC construction guide uploaded earlier this year. It contains deleted content regarding important concepts you should be familiar with before making the plunge to purchase components and build your PC. Read this over, and be aware of these factors before you select your parts and customize your build.