Sunday, June 24, 2007

Testing Safari - Firefox still much better

Hello everyone,
well, I haven't been able to test Apple's browser Safari until now.
I also realize why more people prefer Firefox, since there are NO toolbars for Safari for example, and when I'm typing this entry for my blog, I can see what I wrote some seconds later. Apple really have some things that they need to fix, and I think I'll stick to Firefox, and I advice other to do the same (even if I were to buy a Mac, I'd probably install Firefox, since many more webpages support it and so forth).

Well, now I am truly pissed off, since I even couldn't upload a screenshot to Blogger from when I used Safari, so I am now uploading it in Firefox instead...

Thursday, June 21, 2007

To the university!

Oh, I almost forgot, last Friday, I and my grandmother (on my father's side of the family) were supposed to see a film at the theater, but unfortunately we didn't find a film that was good, so we postponed that.

We did visit my university where I'll probably be studying this autumn, and it seems to be a very nice school.

Oh, yes, this picture to the left is a picture of Keitaro Urashima, when he's in the Tokyo University if I'm not wrong.


Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Oh, the wonders of doing nothing particular that is.
I have been very much free, though we have been at our summerplace.
I have managed to finish both "Dancing Stage: Mario Mix" and "Disney's PK: Out of the Shadows" - both of them are to my Nintendo GameCube.

I've also been reading this very interesting book, by Dan Brown, "Angels and Demons" and I can't (almost) do anything but to read the bloody book!

So here's the latest fun YouTube video I've found - featuring Hitler (it's practically scenes from "Der Untergang" - very good film too, should be viewed by everyone.)

Friday, June 01, 2007


Well, today is The Big Day.
I'm "finally" going to end my third year in upper secondary school, and after the summer "break" I'll be (probably) in a University. It's sad though, to lose the teachers I've learned to love, and the other students I have learned to know. I hope I can keep in touch with some of them though.