Today I wanted to add an article or useful content to the site, but I spent most of my time doing some much-needed tweaking instead. Notable changes are the Tweetboard miniforum box, the socialbookmark tags on the post pages, and the coverflow flash header. I also cut down on the number of panoramas on the main page and am trying to start giving the blog entries more space . I think LostinJapan should still stay picture-focused for now, but later I would like to move toward having interesting content in other areas. I’m still thinking about the direction I should take things, but whatever I do, I hope it will be enjoyable as well as useful.

Why all the updates? This year I realized I need to find something fun that I am passionate about. In lieu of other more physical pastimes, I have finally chosen blogging / photoblogging to be my new hobby. This is because I am lazy and a geek. It’s also because I realized after 7 years that Japan may very well be my home for the rest of my life, and I would like to share it with everyone.

Next things to do –
1. Add a menu bar
2. Tackle 360 Cities
3. Go eat some cake ^_^

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3 Responses to “Lost in Japan Site Changes”

Markus Says:

Looking forward to the photoblogging :)

AkilaNinomiya@QTVR Diary Says:

Wow! your updated site is very beautifull & usefull!
i’d like to check up this rss for my weblog “QTVR Diary”, & follow your twitter.
so SANX!

lostinjapan Says:

I am honored that you visited my blog, Ninomiya-san! I have been a fan of yours for a long time :D I was very sad that I missed your event at the Ginza Apple building. Hopefully next year I will make it ^^

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