Asiajin, one of the very few (and I dare say most successful) blogs in English focusing on the Japanese and Asian web industry, is now 1 year old. 233 blogs were written in 365 days, which is not bad for a non-commercial blog. Details can be found here.
It has been very cool working with the Asiajin crew so far and I will continue to help expose Japanese tech and web stuff on a global level in the future.
I know quite a bunch of people are expecting to see a report on Tuesday's tokyo2point0 event here in Tokyo on my blog.
This time (and maybe in the future as well) I am writing on Asiajin about it. As previously announced, I became editor there.
So please check out my report on Asiajin and sorry for the inconvenience.
- ONGMAP (award-winning bilinual Google maps mash-up)
- HTML 5
- Web Trendmap by Information Architects (version 3)
Tomorrow, I will write something about two other events I attended in the last days (in this blog).