How Japanese Writing Works

Some people say Japanese is impossible to master for a non-native, yet everyone living in the country for a few years can bear witness to the many foreigners living here, who are fluent in the language, some even in reading and writing. This is not to say the writing...

Firefox On macOS – The Good, The Bad & The Ugly

I really want to like Firefox, because I like that they're an NPO, I like how they want to put the user and privacy first, but apart from that, they're really not making it easy for Mac users to love their browser. Admittedly Firefox’ rendering with electrolysis is...

Learning & Remembering German Nouns

My younger son has only been to Germany once, and while I had him attend Kindergarten there for two months and he was once able to speak simple sentences it is all but gone now that he's eight years old. It is quite a challenge to have him remember even the simplest...

Kilian vs Evil Dead

For months I had been wondering what costume to wear on Halloween. Star Wars? Nah, been there, done that. And after The Force Awakens, the new Star Wars has less appeal to me anyway. Old geezers prefers to live in the past… Doctor Who? Too unknown (in Japan). Also...

The Mystery of The Other “s”

In German, beside the common ‘s’ we have a letter ß called Scharfes ‘s’ (sharp ‘s’). Sometimes it is also somewhat old-fashionedly referred to as Eszett, literally ‘s-z’. Why would anyone need more than one “s”? – you might ask and you’ll find to your surprise that...

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From the Sketchbook

Closer Look

Dug this out from the rough sketches for this project. Long, long ago…

Wolfwere

This little guys is a "Wolfwere". A wolf who turns into a human at full...