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Wherever I go, there we are – Interface Technical Training

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Added by February 20, 2007

Just back from a wonderful ten days in Tokyo. Enough material to blog about for weeks: amazing food, wonderful sights, terrific people. And don't even get me started on the toilet technology. The one we had in the Mandarin Oriental had so many bells and whistles I'm only hoping it remembers Asimov's 3 laws of Robotics when it becomes self aware, or someone's in for a world of hurt.

At one point I was wandering through Akihabara (the famous electronics district) and on the sixth floor of LAOX, wandered into their technical book section.

Nice to see Web 2.0 is just as much in fashion over there (if not more so):

They had a full section of Japanese .NET books.

I've been learning written Japanese lately – I'm still spectacularly bad at it, but curious to see how well I could understand a technical book, I grab one – and the first one I grab turns out to be written by Interface's very own Dan Wahlin:

There's something just very groovy about that.

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