I’m watching “Sunao ni Narenakute” now.
I like this drama, especially the themesong “Hard to say I love you ～言い出せなくて～” - “Hard to say i love you ~ iidasenakute ~” by WEAVER.
I love this song so so much, even make karaoke effect for the PV
I listen to this song again and again :(
my alley … the way comes to my house
took it in midnight by cellphone so it’s not clear at all >.<
Tidy up my PC, and see this PV
I’d made the karaoke a long time ago for one of my friends’s birthday
Sorry it’s Vietnamese subtitle.
My draft for poster
My sister said it looks like a ghost movie poster than a poster for Haiti :(
My favourite typeface is Tahoma.
The reason why I like this typeface is not speacial at all. At first, I just like sans-serif fonts, and when I ask one of my friends that which font is good. She answered “Tahoma is the best”. Not just once time, everytime I ask her which font is good, she always reply “Tahoma”. Therefore, I start using Tahoma and becoming like it.
Tahoma typeface is now used as my defaut typeface for everything, such as using in notepad, using in Yahoo!Messenger, using in my blog at Livejournal, Xanga, ….. Tahoma is one of the most popular typefaces used today. Tahoma typeface is a sans-serif which based on Verdana typeface designed by Mathew Carter in 1999. The diffirence between Tahoma and Verdana is that the space between letters in Tahoma is closer than in Verdana. Tahoma consits two Windows True Type fonts (regular and bold) , means that they can be rotated and scaled to any size. Tahoma is designed for using as a defaut screen font for Windown XP operating system.
Compare with Regular Verdara
- Font Histories, viewed 17th March 2010, <http://www.urbanfonts.com/blog/font-histories/>
- Six Typefaces Designed by Matthew Carter, viewed 17th March 2010, <http://www.urbanfonts.com/blog/six-typefaces-designed-by-matthew-carter/>
- Typeface Descriptions & Histories, viewed 17th March 2010, <http://web.nickshanks.com/typography/font-descriptions>
I took the restless photo on the way coming home. This road is near RMIT also even though I don’t know what it’s called. “Restless” means unstable, unmoved. When I heard the word “restless photo”, I just can think about the street with motorbikes or cars. Therefore, I took this photo.
The restful photo is strawberry tree at the strawberry farm of my aunt in Da Lat. I took it when I went to Da Lat in semester’s break. Is it cute? :D
First is the original poster.
The second is “We are RMIT’ students”.
The third is “WWW stands by we will win”.
The last is a smiling face with the word “smile”.