Thu May  5 00:11:10 CEST 2005

Kotoba o mazerukoto


The thing is, I'm quite lazy. In this blog I'll be using Swedish words
if they describe a phenomenon better than its English
counterpart. More rarely I'll be using a Japanese word, but I'm
guessing that this will not happen so often. This mostly since I'll be
forced to transcribe the words into romaji (western
characters, eg iso8859-1, ASCII, etc), or use the japanese characters,
with the risk that:
  1. Your browser cant display them.
  2. Your browser can show them fine, but you have no idea how to pronounce it.
In any case, I've set up a glossary on the sidebar, so you can look words up if you suspect that its a Swedish word. Or a Japanese one, for that matter. If you dont speak English, Im afraid you're on your own bud... --