Monthly Archive: September 2007

Interesting Fall 2007 Anime

The spring and summer anime season has come and gone leaving many memorable anime series for us anime fanatics to enjoy for a long time to come, but the anime machine over in Japan will not slow down and as expected will unload a plethora...

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Pro-Democracy protests in Burma

I rarely blog about such serious topics but it looks like the political situation in Burma (Myanmar) is getting worse and worse. Yesterday morning I woke up to news that Burmese nationals in Jamaica were protesting in front of various embassies and offices in Kingston....

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Portable Palm Cell Phone Jammer

Cellular phones are one of the most useful inventions ever and in the last decade the cell phone explosion has been taking place all over the world especially in developing countries like Jamaica, while developed countries like Japan continue to use cell phones for so...

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Claymore Anime Review

Let me start this review by stating that I am grossly upset at the way the claymore anime ended, but more on that later. About Claymore The anime takes place in a fictional world with a medieval, primitive setting. The human inhabitants of this world...

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Mobile Marketing Technology

Mobile marketing is becoming increasingly competitive in an increasingly technological world. GoLive is a professional provider of off-deck mobile content delivery, SMS billing, and mobile marketing software for websites and blogs who would like to incorporate these new and exciting features into their websites. The...

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Heroes Season 2 premiere reactions

The second season of Heroes premiered last night. I missed it on NBC, but luckily within a few hours I found it using an alternative method. What do I think of it? It starts with a bang, gets watered down in the middle and ends...

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Tokyo Game Show 2007 Cosplaying

Aspiring cosplayers like myself look forward to events like TGS to get a peek into the country that invented the “hobby”. TGS 2007 didn’t disappoint and the cosplaying crowd was out in their numbers, unfortunately I am forced to just admire the costumes thousands of...

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TGS 2007 has ended

As expected the 2007 staging of the Tokyo Game Show was a resounding success with almost 200, 000 people passing through the Makuhari Messe International Convention Complex in Chiba City Japan. There were so many games, so many trailers, so many announcements I cannot begin...

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Jamaipanese.com 3.0, What do you think?

Version 2.0 of Jamaipanese.com only lasted 6 weeks because it took forever to load, had a few coding glitches and was intended to be a temporary fix for display issues I was having in Internet Explorer. I have spent over 3 days working on and...

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