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Nissan Leaf got wrapped!

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Nissan Leaf got wrapped!
So I just missed the cold weather by day - arrived in LA on Tuesday but I heard it is not snowing in Bellevue (yet).

Our new Nissan Leaf was delivered with the new wrap. I really like the design we did - very green!
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PSP Halloween Luncheon

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PSP Halloween Luncheon
Meet our staff who came in costumes today!
We got 10 dogs in costumes too.
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Nissan Leaf for PSP

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Nissan Leaf for PSP
We got our first electic car for our company, Nissan Leaf, today. We traded
in one of the Smart cars.
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Kettlebell contest for Japan Relief

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Kettlebell contest for Japan Relief
One of our web team staff, Mikhail, is going to go to raise a 15lb kettlebell in LA this weekend in the fundraising event for Japan disaster relief.

Each time he raise this kettlebell, it is worth a penny and he will have one hour. He is from Russia, and he has done this contest there before.

PSP is sponsoring his trip and made T shirts to support him.

Thank you, Mikhail!
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Condolences to Steve Jobs

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Condolences to Steve Jobs
For many people, Steve Jobs was an icon. However, he was more than an icon for PSP.

PSP started licensing and localizing Macintosh games and utility software products for the Japanese market in the early 90’s. When the Mac market became significantly smaller in the mid-90’s, our Macintosh licensing business went down with it. We couldn’t even find a master distributor for a good title like “Tomb Raider.”

But with our belief that the Mac market in Japan could still be a market for PSP to license and export software titles, we made the decision to release “Tomb Raider” for Mac in Japan, selling directly to end user customers without any distributors. That was the beginning of our new project—JapanCentral.com—and it was around the same time Steve Jobs returned to Apple.

Then the iMac changed our business. With the iMac bringing back love for Mac products to the existing customer-base and also to new users, we successfully brought many Macintosh games to the Japanese market and continued to sell our Macintosh titles in Japan into the early 2000’s.

The packaged software market has changed significantly during the last decade. PSP also made the transition to an internet service company with our own software running on all the servers. We no longer export Macintosh games to Japan, but if you come and visit us at PSP, you will see our gratitude for the Mac legacy. Our lobby is filled with Mac products from the past and our hall way is decorated with memorabilia from Mac World Tokyo.

All of us at PSP would like to thank Steve Jobs for giving us a chance to survive the tough technology climate of the 90’s. PSP wouldn’t have been able to reach where we are today without our relationship with Macintosh. The contributions Steve Jobs made to the world of technology allowed PSP to become our own software company.

We will follow his passion and carry on believing in our dreams for innovations, “Stay Hungry, Stay Foolish.”

Thank you, Steve, for leading our way.

With our deepest sympathy,
Pacific Software Publishing, Inc.
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Steve Jobs passed away

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Steve Jobs was an icon not only to those in computer & software industry but also to many of the iPhone / Mac users. I had a chance to meet him once at a reception but he had a power that really made him shine.

His speech at Stanford in 2005 Graduation is a memorable and very inspiring one.

I hope he rest in peace and we will carry on with his dream and desires...

Rest in peace,

"Have the courage to follow your heart and intuition. They somehow already know what you truly want to become." 

2005 Speech >> http://youtu.be/UF8uR6Z6KLc
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A great lunch with bloguru users

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A great lunch with bloguru us...
I had a lunch with some of the Japanese bloguru users. It was held near Nagoya in Ichinomiya at a restaurant, Sasanomi. The owner here also is a bloguru users.

Check them out at his bloguru home page (Japanese).
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QR Code Used here also

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QR Code Used here also
We think of QR Code to navigate the smart phones to a website but look at this. One of the large newspaper company in Tokyo uses it for building security for guests.

I visited this company yesterday.
They issue this temporary ID, and scanning QR Codes will allow me to access the entrance gate, the elevator, and the exit.

QR Code can be used for a long home page address (URL) but it can contain any other text/number strings.

What if you want to track your inventory?
We can use QR Code for that also.

What if you want to track your package?
We can use QR Code also.

If you have a need to have a unique ID per an item for a large volume, let PSP help you.
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Another hot day in Tokyo - Hope Project

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Another hot day in Tokyo - H...
It is in 80's even after the sun sets here in Tokyo. I woke up at 4pm and here is the view of Shinjuku from my hotel room at 5am. It is going to be in upper 80's again today. The humidity is still high here.

I had an opportunity to be introduced to a junior high teacher, Ms. Kurosawa, from Minamisanriku-cho. Her school survived the Tsunami because it was on the hill but she and everyone at school watched their houses washed by 3 Tsunami. It was a six month exactly yesterday since the disaster. Along with the executive director of Fulbright Japan, Mr. David Satterwhite, we had a moment of silence at the exact time when the earthquake hit.

We are now in conversation with Tohoku, trying to bring "Hope" to the children, who has experienced many losses. During our meeting yesterday, we were able to set goals with more specifics to our project. I think I am going to call this "PSP Hope Project." We really want those children to look for Hope in future. Without Hope, we will not be able to rebuild a better and stronger Japan. Children can pass the Hope to others in future.
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You can't search online after hours?

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You can't search online after ...
I was looking up the address for the closest Social Security Office in Bellevue. I got to the page where it says enter ZIP code to locate the office, so I did.

And this is the result from it.
Yes, I was browsing late at night probably around 10:30pm, but you got to be kidding!

What is the point of having tools online?
I have to search their office during their office hours, or what?

Here is another example of our tax money wasted online...
They should have hired PSP as a consultant...
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